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bus frequency? bus multiplier?? huh?
« on: March 03, 2017, 08:20:29 AM »
The bus frequency (external frequency)
multiplied by the bus multiple (multiplier)
equals the cPU speed

for example:
133 Mhz bus frequency
with multiplier of 18x
= 2400 Mhz

example 2:
66 Mhz bus frequency
with multiplier of 4x
= 266 Mhz