Overclocking Memory

I'm running an ASUS P5G41T-M LX with an E6500 and 1x2GB DDR3 1066Mhz memory..
I'd like to know how to O.C the memory by changing the timings
I went into the bios and saw this .....
tCL 7
tRAS 20
tRP 7
tRCD 7
tWR 8
tRFC 78
tWTR 4
tRRD 4
rRTP 4
..and i left immediately.. :( cos i had no idea what to change..please help
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    these are main timing
    you can either do increase timing and increase speed or can decrease timing keeping speed constant
    otherwise can try a combination of timing and speed

    after changing timing your pc may post or maybe not, when not then you will need to clear cmos (first learn how to clear cmos) and then can restore default settings.
  2. The first question is why are you overclocking. Most people overclock in order to overclock their processor. The idea there is to increase megahertz.

    There are two parts to overclock the memory. The latency (the settings that you saw) and the frequency (1066mhz).

    The latencies you have are actually pretty good. You could probably increase the latencies to 9-9-9-24 and bump the megahertz up to around 1600mhz.

    Here is a gude for you to read.
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