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Memory Out Of Sync

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March 15, 2005 11:50:36 PM

Hi,

Anyone have any links showing performance of a system when not running synchronously with CPU speed.

Also, ones sees ratio's in the BIOS of 5:4, 6:6, 3:2 etc.. what do these mean? and if there is a 5:4 and a 4:5 what's the difference or which is which?

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March 16, 2005 7:27:25 PM

the ratio compares your FSB to DRAM frequency.

For example, a quad pumped 800MHZ FSB has core frequency of 200MHz. When compared to DDR-400 with core frequency of 200MHz, the FSB:D RAM ration is 1:1.

btw.. 6:6 = 1:1
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