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Created On: 04/16/2006 06:09 PM
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 04/16/2006 06:09 PM
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salford82
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hi people im running a sempron 2400 at 2004.5mhz with a fsb of 200.5 and bus speed of 400.9.
My question is what should my memory frequeny be cpu-z show it at 167.00 pc2700 with a fsb to dram ratio of 6:5 is this correct/ok my main board is nf7 v2

thanks in advance .

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 04/18/2006 03:51 PM
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I am not sure if I have enough information to help you or not.

Socket A, Thoroughbred, Sempron 2400+ is a 333Mhz FSB processor. Its multiplier is 10x, for a default speed of 10x166 (1667Mhz) with the memory running at 333Mhz (PC2700). This seems to match what CPU-Z is reporting to you?

If you are overclocking your computer it should be possible to run your 2400+ at 10x200 instead for 2000Mhz CPU speed and memory speed of 400Mhz (PC3200).

Is this helpfull at all?

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