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SubjectRe: 66MHz PCI
Hello!

> is it possible to detect whether a device is running at 66MHz (as opposed
> to 33)? PCI defines a 66MHz capable bit, but not a 66MHz enabled bit. We
> have a silly device that seems to need to know what it's bus speed is, but
> have no way to tell from software (that I know of).
>
> So, pray tell -- is there a way to figure it out?

There is, but unfortunately it's host bridge specific.

Have a nice fortnight
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