Re: Please explain how cpu multiplier works...
OK , cpu speed is the fsbX multiplier , but it is the bus before the fsb is quad pumped or t whatever else , so say i have a pentium 4 2.8ghz , i know the bus speed is 533/4 which gives 133 , so if i do 2800 which is the cpu speed divided by 133 the bus iget the multiplier
2800/133=21 , so now do 133 X 21 you get 2800
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