Hi guys. Ive done a tonne of research on this and I still can't find a good solution, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
I currently have 2 sticks of Ripjaws PC12800 (1600 mhz). I know it's a little bit fast for my mobo+processor but I wanted a solution for my 2gb of 600DDR2 RAm and these seem like a good option until I upgrade my mobo + processor in about 6 months.
My motherboard is a Gigabyte EP43 UDL3 (it supports 1333 mhz DDR3 RAM), and my processor is a E4300.
so anyway, I want to get a 1:1 ratio on my RAM but I still want to have a decent RAM speed. This is the first time I've really gone into the BIOS and although I managed to successfully overclock my processor to around 3.4GHZ, I don't really know about the settings I should put on my RAM to get a good 1:1 ratio and as much speed as possible.
I also don't know about MCH Latch and whether I should choose a A, B, C, or D multiplier.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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  1. I read all of this but it still doesn't help me with the A, B, C, D multiplier options :(
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