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No. HTT is bi-directional, data can travel to and from the CPU to the RAM at the same time. On an Intel based system the data travels in one way at a time only and has to pass through the MCH first.
so thats why intel has huge front side bus rigth?
    
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both use FSB, but based on setup the multiplier is different
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both use FSB, but based on setup the multiplier is different
so whats the fsb on a athlon 64 x2 for example?
    
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so thats why intel has huge front side bus rigth?
Correct. Bear in mind that HTT is purely communication through the motherboard between the CPU and the RAM. It has nothing to do with what happens with data when it is actually being executed inside the CPU.

This is what many AMD fanboys will go on about;

Intel communication between CPU and RAM
CPU sends request to MCH
MCH (NorthBridge) points to location in RAM
Data travels from RAM to CPU cache via the MCH

AMD communication between CPU and RAM
CPU points to location in RAM (MCH is onboard)
Data travels straight from RAM to CPU cache

AMD's method of data transferel betwen the CPU and RAM is faster than Intel's as it not only eliminates haveing to pass through the MCH, but its also bi-directional. Data can travel from the CPU to be read and be sent out from the CPU to the RAM to be written. HTT and FSB would be thought of as the data bus of the system if you were taking an introductory class in computing.
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My only x2:

fsb = 300 aka bus speed
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Correct. Bear in mind that HTT is purely commincation through the motherboard between the CPU and the RAM. It has nothing to do with what happens with data when it is actually being executed inside the CPU.

This is what many AMD fanboys will go on about;

Intel communication between CPU and RAM
CPU sends request to MCH
MCH (NorthBridge) points to location in RAM
Data travels from RAM to CPU cache via the MCH

AMD communication between CPU and RAM
CPU points to location in RAM (MCH is onboard)
Data travels straight from RAM to CPU cache

AMD's method of data transferel betwen the CPU and RAM is faster than Intel's as it not only eliminates haveing to pass through the MCH, but its also bi-directional. Data can travel from the CPU to be read and be sent out from the CPU to the RAM to be written. HTT and FSB would be thought of as the data bus of the system if you were taking an introductory class in computing.
oh I see now!!! tnhx man this will come in handy for my end of corse project tnhx a lot!
    
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My only x2:

fsb = 300 aka bus speed
isent the 3600 suposed to be at 1.9ghz?
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i'm only showing that the x2 can destroy standard clocks (aka < 3ghz c2d 4300) but a 3ghz x2 is < 3ghz allendale
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