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Good news, found a way to read my pci-e frequency (yes i checked which generator to use for my mobo) . http://pokit.org/get/img/eacdfdd595baf5066cbc204737a8f3b4.jpg
Hurray!
Though its kinda weird my ddr reads 466 since in bios it said its 2.66 x 233 and not 2 x 233 which cpu-z proves http://pokit.org/get/img/023ad06ac07b4627b5cd06224901a8af.jpg.
Edited by Meas - 2/19/13 at 4:02pm
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There are different multi's for the ram to FSB ratio. Maybe 2/2.66/3 possibly higher. Don't have your mobo so not exactly sure what they are.
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There are different multi's for the ram to FSB ratio. Maybe 2/2.66/3 possibly higher. Don't have your mobo so not exactly sure what they are.
Well aware of that. My multi is set to 2.66 in bios but this thing shows 2.00. Oh well ill just hope the pci e readings are correct.
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