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So before this I only worked with simple 8 bit Atmel MCUs and I realized on my development board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal, yet the MCU operates at up to 100MHz. (I think the default is 80MHz. I only made it higher once for fun. It's just a simple line in the code.)

How does it do that? Why does an Atmega328, for example, run at the used crystal speed?

So before this I only worked with simple 8 bit Atmel MCUs and I realized on my development board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal, yet the MCU operates at up to 100MHz. (I think the default is 80MHz. I only made it higher once for fun. It's just a simple line in the code)

How does it do that? Why does an Atmega328, for example, run at the used crystal speed?

So before this I only worked with simple 8 bit Atmel MCUs and I realized on my development board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal, yet the MCU operates at up to 100MHz. (I think the default is 80MHz. I only made it higher once for fun. It's just a simple line in the code.)

How does it do that? Why does an Atmega328, for example, run at the used crystal speed?

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So before this I only worked with simple 8Bit atmel MCU's and I realized on my development's board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal. yet the MCU operates at up to 100mhz. (I think the default is 80mhz? I only made it higher once for fun. it's just a simple line in the code)

how does it do that? why does an atmega328 for example run at the used crystal speed?

How does an ARM MCU run faster than the external crystal?

So before this I only worked with simple 8 bit Atmel MCUs and I realized on my development board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal, yet the MCU operates at up to 100MHz. (I think the default is 80MHz. I only made it higher once for fun. It's just a simple line in the code)

How does it do that? Why does an Atmega328, for example, run at the used crystal speed?

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How does an ARM MCU Run faster than the external Crystal?

So before this I only worked with simple 8Bit atmel MCU's and I realized on my development's board schematics it has only a 12Mhz crystal. yet the MCU operates at up to 100mhz. (I think the default is 80mhz? I only made it higher once for fun. it's just a simple line in the code)

how does it do that? why does an atmega328 for example run at the used crystal speed?