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(GUIDE) Getting your Busratio

Does Busratio=XX Help?  

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  1. 1. Has adding a Busratio to the Boot Plist Helped you?

    • YES!
    • No.
    • I am not sure.

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I have a core i5-2500k with a frecuenzy 3300Mhz and fsb 100, so bus ratio is 33. Acording to that, how i add it to clover?


Thx in advance.

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at this site do a search of your processor  and you can see the "clock multiplier "..and if as @gringo vermelho said above..  "Sorry, I'm being retarded, YES, your bus ratio is the same as your clock multiplier."   so, the idea is to point an ease place to find "clock multiplier"....



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Sometimes the busratio is locked and some CPUs use a FSB of 100MHz instead of 133MHz. In some Bioses the FSB is listed.

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