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Old 07-01-2008, 07:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Trouble w/ RAM when OC'ing...

I recently became "inspired" to oc my Intel E6300 Conroe @ 1.86Ghz...i read up on how to do this and uped the FSB to 412.

Bad idea. Failed to POST, and i was back to where I was before, stock. So I, decided to take it slower, upped it to 300. Worked fine at 2.11Ghz. Now, that is not good enough for me so i wanted to take it further, but i read that you have to do "something" with the RAM in order to do this...what is that "something?"


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