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kmeagher
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kmeagher   5/16/2012 2:44:15 PM
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" the rightmost nonzero bit of either FTW is the 19th bit, so GRR = 1 GHz/219, or approximately 1907 Hz." Is there a mistake in the math, or is 1907 Hz something other than GRR?

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THurtado   5/16/2012 5:22:53 PM
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It's 2^19 not 219.

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