With the PIC Timer 0 calculator you can see the resulting frequencies and
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To be honest I got fed up with looking at the data sheet to figure out the prescaler and timer offset values - this program lets you get the results easily (There is a screenshot of the program further down the page if the runtime is not installed).
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