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General FAQ

Question
How do I know my system running under HyperTransport 3.0(HT 3.0)?

Answer
The HyperTransport technology is a high speed, high performance point-to-point link for interconnecting integrated circuits on a motherboard. Point-to-point refers to the topology of HyperTransport system interconnect; exactly one source is connected to exactly one destination.
HT 3.0 boosts HT 2.0's 1.4 GHz dual data rate maximum clock to 1.8 GHz, 2.0 GHz, 2.4 GHz and 2.6 GHz. You can check the HT 3.0 on the HT0 Frequency list by AMD CPUinfo utility and the 1800MHz or 2000MHz means the system running under HT3.0; 1000MHz means HT 2.0; 800MHZ means HT 1.X.

HyperTransport Link Specifications Features Summary:


AMD CPUinfo utilily download URL:
http://support.amd.com/us/Search/results.aspx?k=AMD%20cpu%20info

Please visit the following website for more information about Hypertransport.
http://www.hypertransport.org/default.cfm?page=HyperTransportSpecifications


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