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2400Mhz Hyper Transport vs 2600Mhz??????

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February 18, 2012 12:48:48 AM

just wondering it also says 4800mt/s on the 2400MHz one and 5200mt/s on the 2600MHz one i mean what does this even mean like is there a noticable difference im trying to get a pc for someone and one that works and im thinking about a 4100 but this might not be good just wondering (im looking at a AM3+ motherboard on newegg ut it tells me stuff i don't know)

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March 3, 2012 10:49:58 AM

It has a very slight effect, but it is barely noticable. if you were running multi graphics cards then a slight boost from the 2600mhz/5200mts is noticable over the other one, but not really much different, not worth it in an honest opinion :) 
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March 4, 2012 8:23:01 AM

Matt_1 said:
It has a very slight effect, but it is barely noticable. if you were running multi graphics cards then a slight boost from the 2600mhz/5200mts is noticable over the other one, but not really much different, not worth it in an honest opinion :) 

ok that's good but can you overclock the 2400mhz to a 2600mhz one?

what does it mean by mt/s like is it just a different measurement of mhz for hyper transport?
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May 22, 2012 4:58:51 PM

I herd a lot about performance impacts if the HT is to high, But I couldn't really tell ya if that true or not, I had my 1100T at 2912mhz HT and the performance increase from that was not noticeable, So I went back to 2500mhz HT just because I can. But CPU-NB increase does wonders in how windows feels snappy, even a few FPS increases from it aw sell, not sure if the Bulldozer line sees the same improvement with a high CPU-NB.

Its not worth it to have a higher HT as Matt_1 said
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