Hi experts, I am trying to learn exactly what this means. I know what the 1.4 is but the 133 and 512..
1. Is 133 the speed of the bus?
2. Does that also correlate with what speed the ram has to be to match the processor? I think I 3. understand but just making sure. So if you have 100mhz ram then it will not be able to communicate with the proc because its at a different speed?
4. If I am right there (not sure), then why does my 133mhz ram thats older not work with a newer server even tho it is the same speed?
5. How much does the 133mhz effect the speed of the server itself? If you have a 2.0 ghz proc at 133mhz speed vs a 1.4 at 100mhz (just for example) which server would be faster?
6. What are server speeds today? I am working with old but not real old server I guess.
Last of all what is the 512 for? How does that effect performance? Thanks.
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