Discussion in 'Articles' started by Lenin22, Apr 10, 2006.
To read this article go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/AMD/138
Nice one. Just a suggestion, you can link to the CPU Database when explaining cores. It will be easier for users to find what do you mean. Some spell checks:
Finnaly you can easily explain the HT freq....just add how to get the HT freq: FSB x HT multiplier = current HTT speed. One example 250FSB x 9x = 2250MHz overclocked CPU speed, 250FSB x 4x HT multi = 1000MHz HTT speed, and I think everyone will understand.
All Athlon 64 X2 CPUs' default Vcore is 1.30-1.35V, and San Diego with E6 steppin has 1.35V.
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