fsb and bus speed

August 19, 2009 at 04:21:56
Specs: Windows XP, pentium D 3.40ghz/2 gb
I have replaced my motherboard with this motherboard Gigabyte GA-P43-ES3G,and installed old processor Intel Pentium D 945, 3.4 GHz Dual Core Processor and 2 ram hard disk everything.

After installing fresh windows and motherboard drivers everything has become bit laggy comparing to my old motherboard which is a really older one gigabyte GA-945PL-S3

Someone suggested me to check your FSB AND BUS speed how do i do that.

currently this is my buss speed and FSB as i think
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.p...


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#1
August 19, 2009 at 04:30:01
i have Geforce 7600gs with proper drivers installed

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#2
August 19, 2009 at 06:26:54
There's nothing wrong with the bus speed. The multiplier is incorrect. The D 945 is supposed to be clocked at 17 x 200MHz...you have it at 12 x 200MHz.

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#3
August 19, 2009 at 09:01:08
mate how do i correct it?

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#4
August 19, 2009 at 10:14:08
Go into the BIOS & change it.

EDIT: I just thought of something. You probably have SpeedStep (CPU EIST) enabled. If that's the case, the multiplier will vary depending on load. This is done to keep the CPU temp down & lower the energy consumption. At times (especially at idle/no load conditions), the CPU is probably running at an even lower clock speed....1.2GHz (6 x 200Mhz) for example. If you disable CPU EIST, the CPU will run at full speed at all times.

You must have taken the info in your link during medium load conditions?


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#5
August 19, 2009 at 13:18:10
actually You are right now i m extracting some files with winrar and it has reached 17x,so what do u suggest what should i do to fix this lag???

could it be any sort of ram problem?


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#6
August 19, 2009 at 19:43:33
I suggest you read Response Number 4 again; namely

"You probably have SpeedStep (CPU EIST) enabled. If that's the case, the multiplier will vary depending on load. This is done to keep the CPU temp down & lower the energy consumption. At times (especially at idle/no load conditions), the CPU is probably running at an even lower clock speed....1.2GHz (6 x 200Mhz) for example. If you disable CPU EIST, the CPU will run at full speed at all times."

And no, not a ram problem.

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#7
August 20, 2009 at 05:36:53
So what do you suggest should i disable it,If i disable it will it do any damage or wht do u suggest what should i do to fix this lag.

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#8
August 20, 2009 at 07:01:47
again in the BIOS, and no, it wont, it will only impove your
processor performance.

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#9
August 20, 2009 at 07:17:38
There is nothing wrong with your cpu it's suppose to reduce speed when it's not being used due to speed step. You don't need your cpu to run at full speed if it's not needed to.

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