Quick RAM Overclocking Question Tags: Overclocking RAM Last response: April 24, 2010 4:20 AM in Overclocking Share ikyung April 24, 2010 3:43:39 AM Hello everyone. I had a quick question for RAM Overclocking. I am getting the i7 930 and planning to OC to 3.8 The ram I am getting is the Gskill 6gb 1600 CPU Multiplyer/Bclk : 21/181 or 22/173 If i put the ram multiplyer to 8, I will either get 1448 or 1384 At 10, 1810 or 1730 Now the questions are: Should I put the CPU multiplyer to 21 or 22? Any real difference? How do I clock my RAM to 1600, if i can't should i go for 1730 or 1448? Thank you. More about : quick ram overclocking question Lmeow a b K Overclocking April 24, 2010 4:06:37 AM Well, not really, the 22x just allows you to get a higher speed without having to raise the BCLK as much. If your RAM is rated at 1600MHz, and you can't achieve it, you'd have to set your multiplier lower or lower your BCLK. ikyung April 24, 2010 4:09:55 AM Wouldn't lowering the Bclk lower the CPU speed also? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Lmeow a b K Overclocking April 24, 2010 4:20:19 AM Yes it would. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum2 quick questions, overclocking DDR3 Ram with E8400 and Power supply 1 ForumQ9400 Overclocking - Quick Temperature Question ForumQuick question about ram ! ForumProperly detailed question 4 quick mobo answer Please ForumQuick Overclocking Question ForumClick here if your system won't boot or there is no video output ForumHomebrew Template ForumClick here if your system won't boot or there is no video output ForumHomebrew Template ForumQuick Ram Question ForumQuick dumb question about RAM ForumA few Quick Questions about DDR ram ForumQuick question - RAM config ForumQuestion about overclocking ram ForumQuick Ram Question ! Forumquick question about ram timings ForumQuick RAM question ForumQuick RD- RAM Question ForumQuick Question ForumVERY quick question about RAM , please help More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !