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Hello, I was curious if anyone has an idea of why CPU-Z and AMD OverDrive show my FSB as 2600MHz when my Hyper Transport is set to 2000 in my bio's.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1823030

Also, I'm not sure if 2600 Mhz HT is bad or not, I think i'v read that anything over 2100 MHz will start to negate performance, can anyone give me more information on this?
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Its most likely on "auto" in your Bios. Check again. If your FSB is at 200 the HT link will default at 2600mhz. Thats what it runs at. If you OC its best to turn it down to around 2000mhz for stability, other then that its fine where it is, will not hurt any performance. Actually increases performances for a lot of your components. The argument of going too high on this is because you do not see much performance gain over 2200-2400mhz and it can hurt OC stability, but it will never hurt overall performance.
Edited by Chuckclc - 5/16/11 at 11:56pm
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Its most likely on "auto" in your Bios. Check again. If your FSB is at 200 the HT link will default at 2600mhz. Thats what it runs at. If you OC its best to turn it down to around 2000mhz for stability, other then that its fine where it is, will not hurt any performance. Actually increases performances for a lot of your components. The argument of going too high on this is because you do not see much performance gain over 2200-2400mhz and it can hurt OC stability, but it will never hurt overall performance.
I have my HT setting set to 10x in my bios, so thats FSB 200 x10 which should = 2000 which is what my bios shows its set at lol, I'm wondering if CPU-Z is wrong.
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1090t 3.625 GHz Undervolted 890FXA-GD65 NB 3048 MHz AMD XFX 4870x2 4x2 Gigs. Mushkin DDR3 1693 MHz 7-10-10-24 
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128GB 850 Pro SSD ASUS DVD Burner Windows 7 Ultimate x64 21.5" LG LED Full HD 
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850W Thermaltake Sentey Arvina 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
128GB 850 Pro SSD ASUS DVD Burner Windows 7 Ultimate x64 21.5" LG LED Full HD 
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I have my HT setting set to 10x in my bios, so thats FSB 200 x10 which should = 2000 which is what my bios shows its set at lol, I'm wondering if CPU-Z is wrong.
So in the Bios under "HT Link Control" HT Link Speed is not on auto it is on x10, and under that it says "adjusted HT Link Frequency (mhz) 2000?
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