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    Senior A64 Killer {PMS}fishy's Avatar
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    Conversion for NS into MHZ

    Is there a formula for finding out how many MHz there are in a Nanosecond?

    Example? 4.2ns = XXXmhz?

    Did I make it confusing enough?
    Pick 2: Speed -- Reliability -- Cost

    Trouble Shooting 101:
    1. RTFM
    2. Repeat Step 1

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    Senior Member Placid's Avatar
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    1000 divide by the speed in mhz.
    1000\200=5ns.
    1000\166=6ns
    1000\133=7.5ns
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    Senior A64 Killer {PMS}fishy's Avatar
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    Thanks.
    Pick 2: Speed -- Reliability -- Cost

    Trouble Shooting 101:
    1. RTFM
    2. Repeat Step 1

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