how can i tell the bus speed of a computer?

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sharky

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how can i tell what the bus speed of this computer? there was nothing in the manuel and could not find it with pcpitstop. i dont need a benchmark rating,just a suppose to be rating.

Is this it:(from belacr advisor)100 megahertz

Main Circuit Board b
Board: Hewlett-Packard HP System Board HP P/N
****Bus Clock: 100 megahertz*****
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD Version 3.08 07/16/2003
 

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THIS IS WHAT I GOT



WCPUID Version 3.1a (c) 1996-2002 By H.Oda! ]

Processor #1 : Intel Pentium 4
Platform : Socket478 (mPGA478 Socket)
Vendor String : GenuineIntel
Name String : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.20GHz
Internal Clock : 2191.40 MHz
System Bus : 398.44 MHz QDR
System Clock : 99.61 MHz
Multiplier : 22.0
OS Version : Windows XP
##--- Date 10/14/2003, Time 22:50:45


SO ABOUT 400MHZ

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Front side bus is 100 and multiplier is 22 to give a total cpu speed of 2.2 gig.


System bus speed is400 . Is that the speed of your ram as well ?
 

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100 is kind of low for a pen4,i always thought P4 always came with a 400 or 553m front side bus.

BTW,im likely not making total sense in this conversation in using computer terminology.
 
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Trt changing some of the numbers a bit. a processor with a higher bus speed will outperform a processor with the same end result but with a lower fsb.
 
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400mhz FSB is a 100mhz fSB just that its quad pumped sort of like the so called 266mhz DDR fsb which is really only 133mhz

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