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Old 06-23-2008, 07:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For the best type of overclock a 1:1 ratio cpu/ram is used. Now on my previous amd socket mobo the memory divider made it so i could run the cpu FSB faster than my ram speed. (5:4 and such)
How would I make it so my ram ran faster than my cpu FSB, like having an E8400 and ddr2 1000 ram. Like if i overclock the processor to 3.6, thats 400, how would i get the ram to stay at 500.
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