How do you determine the bus speed?

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We have a Pentium® II Processor 440LX chipset. We looked everywhere but we cannot find out what our front side bus speed is :(

Does anyone know of any software that we can use, that would tell us what our bus speed is?

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Thanks Brian but I already tried that one from HERE. It only tells what cache you have, not the bus speed :(

I would think it would be listed in the motherboard manual, or on the Intel site, but nadda :(

I think it's a 66 or 100 MHz but I need to know for sure before I order these parts for it....
 
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I would bet 100. Any diag software from SiSoft to Belarc will tell you the FSB speed, or at least what it is currently set to.
 

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OK thanks. Belarc says it's a 66 Mhz. BTW the new 6.1 version of Belarc is really nice. However it is not very accurate... it says I have a 234 gig hard drive. I do not, I have a 160 gig hard drive :eek:
 
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