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Old 11-18-2004, 06:06 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well once you get the MAX mhz out of your RAM, you should go back and see if you can tighten your timings for increased performance. It's like cleaning up after yourself...mhz first, then go back and see fi you can gte the timings better. Also burning in the RAM for a week might get them glowing and you can get an extra 5mhz if it really helps. I always burn-in my ram b4/after overclocking to see if it will help overclock anyways. just loop sandra memtest or sumthin so they get all toasty inside. it gets the mem-chips used to running hot and loosens them up allowing for stability/higher overclocks.
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