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Old 05-18-2005, 05:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, so I recently OCed my P4 to 207mhz which equals about 3.5ghz through bios, I noticed that my bios automatically makes the RAM mhz double the CPU FSB, is this good, or should I tweak the RAM myself?
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The FSB is linked to the RAM so if you up the FSB, the RAM frequency goes up as well to compensate. Otherswise there is a bottleneck.
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So, should I let the RAM be automatically adjusted by bios? It seems alright.
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Provided that you dont have crappy RAM, it should take a bit of an OC.
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