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post #1 of 5 Old 04-03-2006, 03:53 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi, i was just wondering if you run a 2.0GHz CPU at 200x10 would it run the same as 250x8? Not considering the RAM speed, since they are both are 2.0GHz is there much of a difference between 200x10 and 250x8? thanks

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You would get better performance at 250 X 8 because the ram is running faster. But the CPU speed would be the same.

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ya i know the RAM would run faster but would higher FSB/HTT and low multipliers bad for the CPU in any way? performance would be same but would it cause more heat or anything?

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Even if the ram is at the same speed, I belive the cpu is still faster with a higher bus speed. It does not hurt the cpu in any way to run really high fsb, but it might take a bit extra voltage
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great, thanks alot guys

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