Ldt @ 2x

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After much reading from here and from others, this new thing of LDT and HTT is quite understood well now.

But I need to be sure and I do not base only on reading posts. Today I began making some mathematics on this boogie thing and all is very easy to understand.

HTT = LDT x FSB so:

800HTT (1600DDR) = 4xLDT X 200FSB and

600HTT (1200DDR) = 3xLDT X 200FSB

The same thing of course has to happen on all fsb frequencies between (200-450Mhz) and on all LDT multipliers (1x-5x)

So making another example, let say @ 300Mhz fsb

900HTT (1800DDR) = 3xLDT X 300FSB

600HTT (1200DDR) = 2xLDT X 300FSB so far so good

Now let's just do another example but instead we include the cpu multi aswell.

Let's keep on the same and putting a multi of 4X on processor

900HTT (1800DDR) = 3xLDT X 300FSB AND CPUMulti 4x X 300FSB = 1200MHz

600HTT (1800DDR) = 2xLDT X 300FSB AND CPUMulti 4x X 300FSB = 800MHz ????????? Hoy hoy wtf the LDT doesn't has to lower cpu frequency so why it lowered it by 400MHZ.

Did I loose you yet?

OR a bug on bios 711 or bug from mainboard or something we don't know about LDT @ 2X.

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Strange...and beyond me.

Possibly related:

when I was trying to get my Patriot TCCD to 250x9.5 I got DDR430 whereas the 10x250 resulted in DDR500.

I was running 1:1 the entire time and confused as to my a divider seemed to be imposed when switching the cpu multi.....:eek2:

DC

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Strange...and beyond me.

Possibly related:

when I was trying to get my Patriot TCCD to 250x9.5 I got DDR430 whereas the 10x250 resulted in DDR500.

I was running 1:1 the entire time and confused as to my a divider seemed to be imposed when switching the cpu multi.....:eek2:

DC

I guess it should be 237mhz (ddr474), not ddr430. Because if you are using a 9.5 multiplier, the "ddr400" memory divider will use the next upper entire value which is 10.

Thanks

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Do you guys know what is the overclocking limit of the HTT on my processor.

Processors specs-> Athlon 3200+ 2GHz S939 Venice core 512K 90nm 1.4V

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Do you guys know what is the overclocking limit of the HTT on my processor.

Processors specs-> Athlon 3200+ 2GHz S939 Venice core 512K 90nm 1.4V

Around 2750 to 2800

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Strange...and beyond me.

Possibly related:

when I was trying to get my Patriot TCCD to 250x9.5 I got DDR430 whereas the 10x250 resulted in DDR500.

I was running 1:1 the entire time and confused as to my a divider seemed to be imposed when switching the cpu multi.....:eek2:

DC

using a 5/6 divider every program reported 203mhz memory clock when is was 208.

the only program that reported it correctly was Ntune.

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