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December 8, 2010 12:40:35 PM

Hello guys

I was wondering about my FSB:RAM frequency. Its currently at 5:6
I have a C2Q9550 running @ 3.4Ghz with FSB 400Mhz and 8.5 multiplier.
Cpu-z tells me my memory is running @ 480Mhz, its ddr3 1333 mhz ram.
Can someone tell me if the 1:1 would be better?
If yes, i would have to lower my fsb so that means lower clock.
Would i have a gain with 1:1 over 5:6? At which speed should i set my fsb then?

Thx a lot in advance, feel free to comment, etc..
Cheers

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December 8, 2010 1:08:19 PM

SirSawo said:
Hello guys

I was wondering about my FSB:RAM frequency. Its currently at 5:6
I have a C2Q9550 running @ 3.4Ghz with FSB 400Mhz and 8.5 multiplier.
Cpu-z tells me my memory is running @ 480Mhz, its ddr3 1333 mhz ram.
Can someone tell me if the 1:1 would be better?
If yes, i would have to lower my fsb so that means lower clock.
Would i have a gain with 1:1 over 5:6? At which speed should i set my fsb then?

Thx a lot in advance, feel free to comment, etc..
Cheers


Try change your multiplier .. . your memory running 480 mhz it means 960 mhz cause 480 x 2 !!!!!
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December 13, 2010 4:31:58 PM

It's perfectly ok to run your RAM with a slight underclock. CPU overclock will yield better results as compared to a RAM overclock. Try not to exceed the 1333 RAM speed.
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December 15, 2010 2:10:13 AM

Try to make it 1:1 (FSB:D RAM), that's a perfect ratio.
Play with RAM frequency.
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