Aright, now I really don't have too much experience when it comes to overclocking the RAM, I can overclock my CPU Clock speed just fine and get a nice stable system but the last time I did RAM I fried a kingston value stick
Now generally I up the FSB past the RAMs stock speed, reboot and run memtest86+ for errors.... my main question is, at what point do you know when your RAM is fried? Because obviously you need to push the RAM until you get errors right? So then you can adjust the timings accordingly or am I looking at this all wrong?
I'm not sure when I need to raise what timings and when to up the DIMM Voltage and/or NB Voltage.....I know loosening the cycle time is one that I need loosening, but Im just not 100% sure..
How do you guys overclock your RAM without worries of it being fried and doing it correctly?