FSB and RAM Overclocking ratio to 5:6? Is it Ok? Tags: Memory Overclocking RAM Gigabyte Last response: September 8, 2011 6:08 PM in Overclocking Share abbysecured September 3, 2011 5:18:51 AM Hi My PC Config: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @3.00GHz Transcend 2GB RAM @ 667MHz Gigabyte GA-G33M-S2L Palit GeForce 450 GTS 1GB DDR3 Antec VP450P PSU I am trying to OC my FSB and RAM by using the new EasyTuner 6 , an OC utility for Gigabyte mobos. Below are the images of how I OC'd the FSB and RAM. I Checked with CPU-Z and the FSB:RAM ratio is 5:6. Somewhere I read the ratio should be 1:1. I have not faced yet a BSOD (as said on many forums) after OC'ng with these values. Need suggestions on improving the OC values. Regards. More about : fsb ram overclocking ratio emir-cerkezi September 3, 2011 12:29:20 PM to make the ratio to be 1:1 ur cpu should run at 1600FSB 4x400Hz and a ram at 800Mhz ddr 2x400Hz try to keep the ram at default speed and increase the cpu speed pratiklotlikar11 September 8, 2011 6:08:58 PM Whenever i Oc on Easy Tune 6 & set,it gets reset to default value in 2-3 secs.. wat may b d prob ?? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Ram/FSB to a 1:1 Ratio Questions Forum FSB:RAM ratio with Q6600 Forum 1:1 FSB : Ram ratio . Is it necessary for Q9550? Forum Which ram:fsb ratio will see best performance Forum Confused about FSB and cpu: ram ratio Forum Ram speed to cpu fsb ratio help! Forum FSB /DRAM ratio Forum P4C800-E dlx FSB :DDR ratio adjustment? Forum P4B FSB :DRAM Ratio - Does the BIOS lie or CPU-Z ? Forum Dram: FSB ratio = 12: 6 Forum Ram frequency vs fsb:ratio Forum DRAM: FSB Ratio at 12: 6 Forum The ol' 1:1 FSB/RAM ratio 'myth' Forum Should I connect all my case fans to a PWM slot? Forum Overclocking Atom N445 Forum Currently overclocking x4 955 need help Forum Which Technology is Better for Overclocking? Forum [Solved] Question about overclocking ram Forum Overclocking from 1066 to 1333Mhz Forum Need a little help overclocking XFX Radeon HD 6870 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !