OC memory Tags: Memory G.SKILL Overclocking Last response: March 3, 2010 1:24 PM in Overclocking Share jujja March 3, 2010 5:28:16 AM So im trying to OC my G.Skill F3-12800cl8-2GBRM from 1333 to 1600. My spec. Amd phenom II 710 (OC, 3ghz and 4th core) fsp 250 x 12 HT 2000 NB 2000 Mobo: M3A785GMH/128 2x G.Skill F3-12800cl8-2GBRM My timings are 8 8 8 24 34, volt is auto Ive been trying to get past 1333 but i wont get very far until it starts freaking out in windows loading area. Sometimes i reach login sometimes i dont.. Blue screen. Any1 tried doing this with the same spec?? Maybe ive reached the limit of my rig?? More about : memory Scotteq a b } Memory a b K Overclocking March 3, 2010 1:10:56 PM Why do you want to overclock your memory? As you've discovered, there is *not* much room before the system becomes unstable. Further, the benefits to running faster RAM are very small. RJR a b K Overclocking March 3, 2010 1:24:55 PM I think he just wants to run his ram at it's rated speed of DDR3-1600 so he doesn't feel cheated for buying 1600 ram. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumMSI GTX670 OC using system memory Forum3770k with oc Increases Memory Bandwidth ForumOC Memory on Radeon 6970 ForumMemory and OC question ForumCant raise memory clock of msi 6850 oc pe when overclocking ForumFX8350 OC / Memory settings ForumMemory Frequency supported but OC required? ForumMemory Compatibility 2133( OC ), 4 DIMMS okay? ForumUpgrading memory , OC at risk? ForumHelp memory OC noob ForumMemory OC question ForumMemory speeds and overall performance and standard settings vs OC ForumTo format every time OC Memory . ForumOC on Q6600 with 1066 memory ForumMotherboard memory support 800/667 and 1066( O.C .)? ForumBest $53 Heatsinks ForumMemory questions for Asus Motherboard Crosshair III Formula ForumMotherboard/Memory ForumI7 950 overclock memory problems ForumOverclocking Memory Issue More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !