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Old 11-04-2005, 05:43 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally posted by idiotec
I think you are confused. Frequency and timings are two different things.

TBH, I am confused as to what your actually asking. And to refer back to the sticky, it DOES have everything you need to know about both RAM frequency's and timings.

when i'd overclock before, my frquency went from 400mhz to an overclocked 450mhz because of the whole "increase cpu speed/increase ram speed" thing that happens.

now, i can just lower the frequency to run @ 333mhz and then overclock and it can reach back up to the 450mhz with a much larger cpu clock.

god i hate explainin' stuff on the net. hopefully that worked a bit better.

but yes, i DO know about ram timings, i was just wondering if this was a other suitable way of doing it withought having to change the timings because i've never seen it before.

my theory was

lower the frequency + bring it back up to it's original speed by overclocking = timings should be fine
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