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PCI Clock speed.
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- Subject: PCI Clock speed.
- From: Dominick Cafarelli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 18:47:27 -0500
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Is there a way to determine the PCI clock speed for a given system. I
have a board that has a timer which is incremented once per PCI clock.
To determine the PCI clock speed, I calculated the number of ticks in
this timer over a period of 5 seconds which was clocked by the PC timer
and then did a divide to determine the frequency. If I didn't have this
timer, I would not have been able to determine this frequency.
In addition, if I didn't have this timer, I probably wouldn't need to
know the PCI clock rate. But that's a different subject. It seems
that there should be a system call in the PCI bios that shall give this