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Windows 7: Need help with overclocking basics

21 Aug 2011   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Not sure what it would be listed as either.
So we can find the bandwidth that the cpu can deliver?

theoretical bandwidth of the external bus = external bus width * (cpu frequency / Data Transfers per Clock Cycle)

I would have liked to know this info about my cpu

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