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I'm still trying to push the 2.7ghz wall that seems to be stopping me dead in my tracks. I have been looking a lot of cpu-z databases and i noticed a few things.
In the clocks section of cpu-z there are four boxes: core speed, multi, fsb and bus speed. Mine however, does not have any value for the bus speed, and instead of fsb i have an HTT field. That field matches par with the values in bios for mhz, which is 293. Now my HT multi is set to 3 but that appears to be a whole diffrent bag, can someone explain.
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Cpuz is strange like that sometimes. Even if you close out and restart it it sometimes fixes it. I would just use what your bios says and go from there. Im sure your multiplyer is not 3 though. That or you might have wacky version or something. Try redownloading it from a different site and check and see what happens. For instance mine does not show my ram speed, I have to look it up in the bios to find out.
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It says my multi is 9, but i know in my bios the my HT multiplier is 3, so i dont break the 1000mhz ht mark. 293x9 is 2637 and 293x3 is 879mhz ht. what i dont understand is thus: a few minutes ago i had my setup like thus 8x340mhz my bios said i was at 2720, but i forgot to change my ht multi and left it at auto, for some reason cpu-z read my oc as 8x200mhz(since i left my HT multi at auto, that means it would default to 5x200mhz HT) but then why the diffrence in bios?
and why dont i have the 2 other boxes in cpu-z?
EDIT: So i updated my cpu-z and i have 4 boxes now, but my ht link is at 1171.9!?!?! ***? 293x3 does not = 1171 grr. ohwell back to reading about this some more.
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