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STM32F303K8 Nucleo only runs at 8 MHz

Question asked by Troyer.Tyler on Mar 28, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 28, 2016 by Clive One
Hey all,

I'm using the standard peripheral library 1.2.3 for the F3 series on a Win7 machine running the Keil IDE. 

So while loading the template project, I find that the Sys-clock is only at 8 MHz.

Using the Clock Configuration tool in CubeMX shows me that I can increase the PLLMul to 16 in order to get a 64 MHz clock.

But since this nucleo is advertised as having a 72 MHz part on it, there must be a way to get it to 72 MHz using only HSI + PLL, right? There is no option on the Nucleo 32 board for adding an HSE XTAL.

I'm used to the F4, which has a more flexible clock tree, but here I find there is less opportunity for clock multiplication.

Am I stuck at 64 Mhz? Or is there another way?

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