AMD FSB Limite?
i see on a brand new motherboards with an am3+ sucket have a FSB limit at 2,6 GHz.
why is that. is'nt the memory controller on the phenium2 CPU it self?
if so, why does it have a limite?
i can also see that the motherboard i am talking about has a "data transfer rate" at 5,2 GT/s. now why does it have 2 different kinde of transfer elements?
also do i have a limit of transfering data between ram and CPU at 2,6 ghz (the FSB) or is it the data transfer rate that is the limit.
i am kinda confused at this subject. i am using INTEL, and thay have QPI/DMI and the data has a transfer rate in the hole system with at speed at what ever the CPU says it has. the motherboard has no limit.
is it the same thing with AMD's phenuim2???
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