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Can someone tell me the bus speed  of the x99 deluxe.For some reason I can't  find it

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Which bus? There are a lot of busses. If you're talking about the Front-Side Bus (FSB), that's been part of the CPU for a while now.

The motherboard holds the CPU, connecting it to the other parts of the machine. The part of the motherboard that ships info back and forth between the components is called the bus. Video editing machines require motherboards with fast bus speeds in order to handle the immense flow of information that takes place while editing. Faster bus speeds result in faster rendering times. Also located on the motherboard are places to connect peripheral devices - hard drives, video capture cards, FireWire cards and memory. In video editing machines, the motherboard should have a number of open PCI slots for peripheral devices; lots of room to expand RAM; connections for high-speed hard drives; and a bus speed of at least 100MHz

 

I need the bus speed that it's referring to.

 
 
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The motherboard holds the CPU, connecting it to the other parts of the machine. The part of the motherboard that ships info back and forth between the components is called the bus. Video editing machines require motherboards with fast bus speeds in order to handle the immense flow of information that takes place while editing. Faster bus speeds result in faster rendering times. Also located on the motherboard are places to connect peripheral devices - hard drives, video capture cards, FireWire cards and memory. In video editing machines, the motherboard should have a number of open PCI slots for peripheral devices; lots of room to expand RAM; connections for high-speed hard drives; and a bus speed of at least 100MHz

 

I need the bus speed that it's referring to.

 

So, the DMI bus, which connects the CPU to the motherboard chipset?

 

AFAIK that operates at a standardized frequency, it doesn't depend on the motherboard.

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So, the DMI bus, which connects the CPU to the motherboard chipset?

 

AFAIK that operates at a standardized frequency, it doesn't depend on the motherboard.

I don't know which bus so you gotta help me out here:here's the link to the website http://www.videomaker.com/article/f6/9199-what-makes-the-best-computer-for-digital-video-editing

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More than likely 100 if you mean FSB, it'll be that X your multi to give you your core clock, 100X46 = 4.6 GHz, I guess that is what you might be asking? On older systems you would usually clock with a much lower multi, somewhere between 20-27; and a much higher FSB, say 165-220. 

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More than likely 100 if you mean FSB, it'll be that X your multi to give you your core clock, 100X46 = 4.6 GHz, I guess that is what you might be asking? On older systems you would usually clock with a much lower multi, somewhere between 20-27; and a much higher FSB, say 165-220. 

 

I think for X99 its 100,125,and 167

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