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|14th April 2006, 11:45||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
DFI "Odd divisor Correct" and what it does
Odd divisor correct acts pretty much like a down clock ratio dependant on the CPU multi and the ram ratio you are running. You can with a 9 or other odd cpu multi think you are running 300fsb 1:1 when in fact your ram is running a lot lower.
Issue is no benching programs read your ram speed correctly when you have this option enabled as they don't take the registers it sets into account.You can only see a change in bandwidth measured.