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    Smile A64MemFreq 1.1 by goddh0r

    Hi Folks,

    i have coded a small and tiny tool, helping u guys calculating your real memory frequency, especially useful when applying uneven multipliers or multiplier 4! I have just implemented full dfi-specific memory divider support in v1.1, e.g. 183 or 150, so its quite handy for dfi users.
    Go ahead and test my tool, i hope u like it, and feel free to post your comments oder any suggestions regarding possible improvements
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    Seems to work fine. Comes in handy for an A64 noob like me.
    Thanks for the time and effort you put into this small program.
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    mmmmm.... handy tool, thx!

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    Thanks allot.

    Very helpfull.

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    Yeah, the reference clock is the base HTT/FSB speed. Try that and you should see what your after.
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    The file doesnt give me the 183 option for my dfi nf3? DOH I guess i shoulda checked the DFI box. Sorry my stupidity.
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    Since the thread has been brought up, i'd like to say great useful progy.
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    Very helpful program, thanks
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    Thanks ! Very usefull .

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    Good but when I am in bios there is no way running this software (well, we are not talking about other PCs or calculating ahead). I was usually calculating using my cell phone I would prefer whole table printed in front of me. For instance, I have DFI cpu voltage table

    Last edited by kiwi; 10-02-2005 at 02:43 PM.
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    Am I missing something or this app doesn't have the 140 divider?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi
    Good but when I am in bios there is no way running this software (well, we are not talking about other PCs or calculating ahead). I was usually calculating using my cell phone
    I use my celly too
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    CPU2: Opteron 170 CBBWE 0550UPMW 265x10 1.40v
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    I think he's forgotten about this thread but it would work better if you could enter the ram freq. and desired CPU Mhz, and then have it spit out the rest

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    That would be akin to Gogar's Optimizer, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goddh0r
    Hi Folks,

    i have coded a small and tiny tool, helping u guys calculating your real memory frequency, especially useful when applying uneven multipliers or multiplier 4! I have just implemented full dfi-specific memory divider support in v1.1, e.g. 183 or 150, so its quite handy for dfi users.
    Go ahead and test my tool, i hope u like it, and feel free to post your comments oder any suggestions regarding possible improvements
    Thanks to google, I just made use of your tool, so that I don't have to waste time with my calculator every time.

    Also, I'm using this as a tool to work backwards. With my 148 opteron, and 2x512 bh5, I'm aiming for ~3.1ghz and ~260mem, and so far 300x10.5 on the 183 divider looks like my goal.

    Thanks for this tool... very nice!
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    Very useful!

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    I just do it in my head. But nice program saves time :P

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    thank you!

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