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Who Knows Alot Baout Fsb:ram Ratio?


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#1 chopficaro

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 02:27 PM

well i know if i use a ratio to keep my fsb the same speed but increase my memory speed, my computer is supposed to be faster, but i dont have any way to estimate that speed increase, and i dont know what exactly happens in my mobo when i do that. can any particularly informed folks out there shine their light on me?

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 06:16 PM

ok so how do i rank the following in terms of overall speed? is there a formula to estimate? i dont want to buy a whole bunch of mobos and ram and bench em all.

1066fsb - 533ram - 1:1
1066fsb - 667ram - 4:5
1066fsb - 800ram - 2:3
1066fsb - 1066ram - 1:2
1333fsb - 533ram - 5:4
1333fsb - 667ram - 1:1
1333fsb - 1000ram - 2:3
1600fsb - 800ram - 1:1
1600fsb - 1066ram - 4:3




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