what does cpu/10 mean for fsb:dram?

Soymilk

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i used ntune to auto oc my system cuz i was lazy, and i was looking at cpuz in the memory tab. the fsb:dram says cpu/10; i thought it was supposed to be some kind of divider like 2:3? what does the cpu/10 mean? currently running at 230fsb x10 for cpu. is it 1:1 or like 4:5 or what?

thanks.
 

rylenol

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I was wondering about that as well, in CPUz my FSB:DRAM says CPU/8, what does that indicate? also, I have ddr2 667 memory yet under frequency it says 309 MHz, shouldn't it read 333 for 667 mhz memory?
 

(cf)Eclipse

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I was wondering about that as well, in CPUz my FSB:DRAM says CPU/8, what does that indicate? also, I have ddr2 667 memory yet under frequency it says 309 MHz, shouldn't it read 333 for 667 mhz memory?
it simply means that the ram is running at 1/8th the speed of the cpu ;)
if it changed it to cpu/7, it would be running faster than stock, so that's a big no-no.
 
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