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post #1 of 16
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Here is a simple tool to help calculate the DDR2 memory speeds pending FSB settings and Divider selection... esp. useful for those BIOS which do not spell out the Speed during the change but also useful when trying to see other options... a bit like Gogars for AMD but not very flash.

Needs Excel to run.

Enter or Select the Module Speed Rating, proposed FSB to be run and CPU multi it will show (well should) memory speeds that are within the rated speeds as well as over or under... of course there is no guarantee as it will be up to you to test what actually works on your rig.



Any errors or omissions post here for an update.

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THANKYOU. Just what I was looking for.
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Your welcome .. if if find anything that needs adding or changed let me know.

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what about higher FSB? Id like to see up to like 500 fsb.
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Try 660 .. if you need more than that let me know.

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what about higher FSB? Id like to see up to like 500 fsb.
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n1. very useful
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Cool Exactly what I was looking for.
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That is very cool!
Off-topic, but how did you make the cells in the table "read-only"? That's a pretty nifty feature!
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post #9 of 16
Quote:
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That is very cool!
Off-topic, but how did you make the cells in the table "read-only"? That's a pretty nifty feature!
its a snapshot and he uploaded the picture.
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its a snapshot and he uploaded the picture.
Lol, I'm not talking about the picture. In the actual spreadsheet, the only cells I can select are the ones needed to create the table (Bus MHz, CPU Multi and Rated Speed).
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