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1:1 memory

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January 5, 2007 6:18:11 PM

Hey. I'm a first time overclocker and I'm trying a lot of different configurations.

I currently have Corsair 2x1024 Twin6400c4 memory and an E6700 processor on an Asus p5W DH Deluxe MB.

The current overclock is 3.2g @ 320 fsb.

I have the memory running at 5:4 ratio, but I'm wondering if I should try lowering the multiplier to 8 and running at 400 fsb to get a 1:1 memory ratio.

What are the advantages/disadvantages of this along with the different risks? Is this worth trying?

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January 7, 2007 1:06:04 AM

1:1 ratio is not required but preferable. performance gain would be marginal(if any), but you should have a bit more stable rig.
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