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Increase Memory Voltage Or No?

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November 21, 2010 2:04:40 AM

i have an OCZ Platinum DDR2 6400 1GB ( Dont have the exact model number ). On the site, i managed to find another ocz platinum ram that looks same as myn and the specs look the same too. http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memory/ocz_ddr2_p...

My doubt is, when i OC my ram, my RAM also jumps from 800 mhz to 1080 mhz. i try to change the multiplier to 2.0, which is the lowest i can go, and then get the RAM frequency back to 900 Mhz. Is there any other way to change the ram frequency ( other than the multiplier ) so that i can get the ram to run at 800 mhz again? or am i better off running it at 900 mhz? if so, should i feed extra voltage for my ram?

in the site it says 2.1V and 2.2 EVP ( electronic voltage protection). so it technically only gives me .1 V headroom.

thanks!
November 28, 2010 2:50:42 AM

Well, In your BIOS, can you adjust your Frequency or is it based on the multi? If it is based on the Multi, you are fine.
a b } Memory
a c 241 K Overclocking
November 29, 2010 3:14:54 AM

ram must increase VDIM for overclocking, as well DDR2 2.5 Max
2.1V ~2.3 good for your DDR2
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