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Thread: Stupid multiplier question




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    Alright, like the subject says, this is a stupid question. For a AMD Athlon XP 2200+ 266 FSB, what would the multiplier be just to have it "normal"

    Pardon my ignorance, but it is late and I just racked a HUGE Sunfire V880 server. So obviously, I'm tired and sore.

    Thanks.

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    14 should be your multiplier ... iirc xp2200 == 1.86ghz / 133mhz = 14
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    The XP2200+ is 1800MHz = 13.5 :devil win


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    that's right - 13.5 mult. for a 2200+

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    My mistake sorry

    * Suicide curses AMD for not just calling their processors by their rated speed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suicide
    My mistake sorry

    * Suicide curses AMD for not just calling their processors by their rated speed!

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    Thanks for all the hulp guys.

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