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Bus Speed 200mhz instead 1000mhz

Hi i have ASUS M2N-E Motherboard and AMD Athlon 6400+ x2 when i run CPU-Z it tells me that my core speed is 3200 or around but my BUS SPEED and HT link are only 200 mhz please help

AMD Athlon 6400+ X2 AM2
Crutial Ram Ballistic 4gb ddr2-6400 800mhz
M2N-E Motherboard

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  • nikolay_kole Jan 10, 2009

    My problem is Amd Athlon 6400+ proccesor have to work with 3.200mhz per core and 1000mhz "bus Speed" My bus speed is only 200Mhz Please help I have M2N-E Motherboard maybe she dont support my proccesor 100%

  • nikolay_kole Jan 12, 2009

    i use 64bit xp. My "bus speed" and "HT Link" were 200mhz . i run 3dmark and i get poor 10 000 points. and this is with

    AMD Athlon 6400+ 3.200Mhz

    Ati Radeon 3850

    4 Crutial Ballistix DDR-2 800mhz

    After upgrading the motherboard 5 millions of times i got the "HT Link from 200mhz to 1000mhz. the i run 3dmark and i got 35 000 points and this only from upgrade :)

    I still want to get my bus speed 1000mhz maybe with windows vista 64 320$

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Go into your BIOS setup and find the 'CPU<->MCP55 HT Speed' setting. It should be 5x. If not, change it to 5x, and save and exit.

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PLEASE INDICATE WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM....

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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    nuwan chinthaka Jan 12, 2009

    oh yes it only give 200mhz bus only.you can get only 200mhz computing prafomance.and not 1000mhz.if bad praformence please comeback i will give few tips to speedup widows xp.(if you are using)

    nuwan....

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    nuwan chinthaka Jan 12, 2009

    m2ne motherboard
    can use .2000 / 1600 MT/s proscesor.
    DDR2 800/667/533 ECC and non-ECC, un-buffered memory,
    you are using 800mhz ram and your minimum fsb must be 800 mhz.not 200.if it is 200mhz please contact asus helpdesk.

    nuwan

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