Okay, somthing I've wondered about for some time: Back in the good ol' FSB days, where the Northbridge controlled the ram, cpu-z would report the NB's frequency. However, now that x58 chipsets have the ram controller as part of the uncore on the cpu, is cpu-z still reporting the actual NB frequency or does it measure the uncore speed?
As you can tell by my cpu-z screenshot, it correctly identifies cpu speed, bus speed (bclk), and the effective QPI Link frequency. But, liked I asked above, is the "NB Frequency" the actual northbridge speed or is it the uncore?
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