Bios Question ??

By deonh911
Nov 5, 2004
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  1. HI

    Just a like to find out ,in my bios for cpu setup i have a field that says
    cpu fsb clock is that where i set my bus frequency it is set to 133 mhz spec sheet on this site for axda 2400dkv3c bus frequency is 266mhz.

    Secondly there is a field to enable or disable spread spectrum what does that
    mean (Or what does it do ).

    Regardz :eek:
  2. Didou

    Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Posts: 5,899

    Your FSB does actually run at 133mhz but due to its DDR (Dual Data Rate) nature it uses the rising & lowering edge of each clock thus working as efficiently as a true 266mhz FSB.

    Taken from -> FSB Spread Spectrum
  3. deonh911

    deonh911 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Thanks Diduo

    You helpd me a lot on anderstanding this unending frontier of space (mostly in my brain.) :grinthumb
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