Overclocking CPU only, should I increase MEMORY voltage also? Tags: Overclocking Memory Voltage CPUs Last response: July 29, 2007 6:38 PM in Overclocking Share netspiderz-net July 29, 2007 2:11:41 PM Most of the CPU overclocking guides refer to change the memory voltage? Why is that? I mean if I want to overclock only the CPU using the unlinked option (leaving my memory to run at default speed), then why should I increase the memory voltage? More about : overclocking cpu increase memory voltage Hatman July 29, 2007 6:38:53 PM Depends. But looking at your test setup your memory goes to 400MHZ. You wont be using a 400mhz FSB to get to 3GHZ so therefor its not actually overclocking. Leave the memory voltage the same. I bet could go far over 400mhz at stock voltage too. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIntel PIII overclocking-should I increase voltage ForumRAM Voltage . Do I need to increase it? ForumHow high should i increase CPU voltage ?? ForumIncreasing voltage doesnt help overclock ForumOverclocking without voltage increase ForumWhy Should I Increase Voltage ? ForumKeeping my Prescott cool (email@example.com with 0.1 voltage increase ) ForumIncrease Memory Voltage Or No? ForumDoes overclocking without changing voltage increase power consumption? ForumIf i reduce the FSB frequency... what should i do to CPU voltage ? ForumIs Overclocking About Increasing FSB Only ? ForumDoes overclocking CPU at stock voltage increase temperature? ForumOverclocking vs. RAM Increase ForumRam speed vs CPU mhz increase ? ForumMemory rated 2133, but only able to select 1866 in BIOS.. ForumVoltage increments overclocking i7-2600k ForumMemory voltage ForumI5 3570K + Z77 PRO3 Forumoverclocking e6550 vs e6750 ForumMy CPU is broken? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !