Originally Posted by lazer_viking
Can you explain why it should be kept at 1:1? It's probably valuable information for this guy, and I'm curious as well.
it was important in the older intels, the idea being that if your ram was at 500mhz and your fsb was at 400mhz, you are bottlenecking the memory. conversely, if the fsb was 450 and the ram was 333mhz, you are not using the full potential of the cpu. i just dont think it makes a tremendous difference in the c2d's. now, whether that is because of an architecture change or just because they are just so fast, i dont know.
to the O.P. your ram will probably run 1000+mhz, if you up the voltage to 2.1V
you may get lucky and it will be stable at 4-4-4-12-2T, but likely you will have to lossen the timings to 5-5-5-15-2T to run it that fast.
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