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Old 04-23-2005, 09:17 AM   #1
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Default Hypertransport?

Just wondering how this works... I've looked around but I can't find a very clear description on it or what my processor uses...

I run CPUz and similar progs and get I'm running at 200MHz FSB. Is this the base and HT just doesn't show up? Or what, hows it work? I saw in the bios where you could set it up x1, x2, etc... It's on auto ATM, but what would happen if I went up to x5? Heh, I would try it, but accessing the mobo to reset the CMOS is a bit of a pain ATM...

Desktop: Athlon 64 3700, 1024M RAM, GF 6200 TC 256M, 2x 80G, 2x DVD-RW
Laptop: Sempron 2800, 512M RAM, Unichrome, 60G, DVD-RW
Macintosh:G4 1.33GHz, 512M RAM, Radeon 9200 32M, 40G, DVD/CDRW
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Old 04-23-2005, 09:22 AM   #2
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Default Re: Hypertransport?

hypertransport technology is a high speed, low latency that links points together of speed between integrated circuits in ur system
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