Question About Frontside Bus
Nov 19, 2002 #7 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core CPUs and Motherboards Today's Posts Front Side BusQuestions ByiCE · 17 replies Nov 19, 2002 I am currently designing a new system for myslef Feb 16, 2007 Front Side Bus Dec 5, 2002 Bus speed vs. For example, a 64-bit (8-byte) wide FSB operating at a frequency of 100MHz that performs 4 transfers per cycle has a bandwidth of 3200 megabytes per second (MB/s): 8 bytes/transfer × http://robotadv.com/question-about/question-about-fps.html
How much of the original Robocop's organic body is left? The front-side bus was used in all Intel Atom, Celeron, Pentium, Core 2, and Xeon processor models through about 2008. The CPU can only operate at the highest speed of which the FSB is capable. The speed of the front side bus is often used as an important measure of the performance of a computer.
The Inquirer. Due to differences in CPU and system architecture, overall system performance can vary in unexpected ways with different FSB-to-memory ratios. The original front-side bus architecture has been replaced by HyperTransport, Intel QuickPath Interconnect or Direct Media Interface in modern volume CPUs. Nallatech.
Privacy Copyright © 2017 Kaplan, Inc. MondomanFeb 6, 2009, 1:43 PM To clarify, Intel CPUs (except for the new i7) have their memory controller on a separate chip, the "northbridge" part of the chipset. So, you might be wrong there, or tomshardware is wrong. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
So, would this mean that I wouldent fry my memory if I upped the FSB to 333 Mhz? 353535355353535Ah yes that is true, but the Intel FSB is quad pumped 1066/4= This is often referred to as an 'asynchronous' system. Novel questions, I swear. Dual Channel DDR is well worth the money from what I've heard if you have a mobo that supports it.
Posts: 4,274 http://www.inpact-hardware.com/Tests/Carte_mere/nForce2_final/index10.htm Here's an article where they test a 166mhz ( 333 -> 2.7 GB/s ) FSB AthlonXP & run the Dual Channel memory at 133mhz, 166mhz & 200mhz thus The smaller the ratio, the more efficiently the processor will operate. This bus and the cache connected to it are faster than accessing the system memory (or RAM) via the front-side bus. maybe you should consult your documention.
A lot of motherboards are now allowing the memory and CPU to run synchronously so that you get a performance gain. 400 DDR has not been proven to provide a performance front side bus Oct 10, 2009 What's the difference between the system bus design and front-side bus design? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I thought the first 333MHz FSB Athlon XP was the Athlon XP 2800+?!
Pentium 4 front side bus speed Front side bus speeds Questions about front side bus solved Intel Front Side Bus interchangeable? navigate here Ask a new question Read More Bus Speed Bus CPUs Motherboards Memory Asus Related Resources Front side bus speed More Front Side Bus speed = better? DDR400 might not be a very wise choice for his board (A7V 8X) in terms of upgrading, unless you want to be limited to the maximum chip of 1 Ghz (that Business Wire news release.
So far, the nForce2 platform is the only one validated to run the 200 FSB Barton. Even though the 4.2 GB/s provided by Dual Channel PC2100 is much higher then the Athlon's 2.7 GB/s, there is still a noticeable performance loss. Reckoning on a maximum of a 15% performance increase over nForce2 boards depending on the benchmark.Click to expand... Check This Out The memory bus connects the northbridge and RAM, just as the front-side bus connects the CPU and northbridge.
Ask a question and give support. For all processors, increasing the FSB speed can be done to boost processing speed by reducing latency between CPU and the northbridge. Motherboards purchased separately to build a custom machine are more likely to allow the user to edit the multiplier and FSB settings in the PC's BIOS.
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Ask ! Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Different CPU speeds are achieved by varying either the FSB frequency or the CPU multiplier. In image, audio, video, gaming, FPGA synthesis and scientific applications that perform a small amount of work on each element of a large data set, FSB speed becomes a major performance
For example, a processor running at 3200 MHz might be using a 400MHz FSB. Almost all CPU manufacturers now "lock" a preset multiplier setting into the chip. PCI bus question Radeon 256bit bus width vs 128 bit question PCI-E Bus Interface question (7950) Bus interface question Fan bus question Question on Bus speed Memory and Bus Question More this contact form A world without natural time measures How can I stop my colleagues excluding me from socialising after showing my sporting skills?
Evolution The front-side bus had the advantage of high flexibility and low cost when it was first designed. rolli59Nov 15, 2013, 2:28 PM Dram 334.7 actual is what CPU-Z reports but is actual 669.4 or DDR 667 advertised.Core speed means 1603.67 is idle speed with Intel speed Step running CYSYKOMember Since: October 10, 2003Posts: 573CYSYKOFollowForum Posts: 573Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#7 Posted by CYSYKO (573 posts) - 9 years, 9 months ago[QUOTE="CYSYKO"]my front side bus is at DDR 400 should be supported as well as 166 FSB.
This was my original intention with my new rig, I have 2x 2400+ (266Bus) and some 333Mhz, but so far I am still very impressed with my rig and have no Get the answer dragonsprayerFeb 6, 2009, 1:29 PM no dragonsprayerFeb 6, 2009, 1:35 PM The fsb speed overrides both the cpu and memory so if your cpu is 3ghz and your Why are so few foods blue? asynchronous operation, so memory accesses are slightly faster for example for DMA devices (which transfer to memory without CPU intervention), but the FSB will still limit performance of memory to some
Thus, to adjust the CPU core speed, you can change the FSB base freq, and/or change the multiplier. so no memory is not always set to run at twice the speed of the FSB. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases How to disable percent-encoding in URLs?
Can anyone sort me straight on this? 7 answers Last reply Feb 6, 2009 More about question frontside dragonsprayerFeb 6, 2009, 12:45 PM nofsb is a wide range - you want