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Trent

Member
Joined
Oct 15, 2002
I dont know if others have seen this or not, however I find it amusing that some fsbs when booting dont show properly, for example if I boot at say 210 fsb, it will show as being 418 instead of 420 at the bios screen but posts the proper speed and in windows cpuid reads it as being 210. This happens at other fsbs too but I find it amusing the bios cannot read it right and it shows up properly everywhere else
 

JaY_III

Senior of BX
Joined
Dec 17, 2000
its probly 418 then and not 420...

just remeber, FSB is still all based on a 14.4xxx reference clock and never is an exact number.
 
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Trent

Trent

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Oct 15, 2002
yeah, but everything else reads it as it at say 420, and not the 418 that it shows up on the boot screen, I just find it amusing more than anything else