oc HyperTran AND Memory? redundant?

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March 17, 2009 at 20:09:00
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ok i oc'd a couple p35 boards and u could oc the fsb and the memory which made sense because the fsb was also attached to the graphics card. but apparently amd boards let u oc the hypertransport AND the memory? but isnt this redundant? doing the same thing? this makes no sense to me.

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March 18, 2009 at 08:50:21
You really need to do some research.

AMD Overclocking 101

AMD systems don't use a FSB & haven't used it since the dawn of the Athlon64. Get that term out of your vocabulary! The HyperTransport bus is AMD's replacement for the FSB. It's gone thru several revisions over the years. The current version (HT 3.1) runs at 3.2GHz.


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March 18, 2009 at 09:06:08
BTW, the proper way to o/c an AMD system is to o/c just the CPU...not the HyperTransport bus. It's all explained in the 101 link above.

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