Its been a while since I overclocked my computer as I have been happy with the way its running with its current OC and wanted to ask this as a refresher.
I have an old Q6600 CPU overclocked from 2.4Ghz to 3.2Ghz with 800MHz DDR2 ram.
FSB at 400 *4 =3.2 and
memory multiplier at 2 400*2=800
My friend gave me some 1600 Mhz DDR3 ram for free (yay)
I would like to keep the 3.2 speed so I wanted to OC it as such...
FSB at 533*6 = 3.19
Memory at 533 with memory multiplier at 3, 533*3=1599
This way I can keep the roughly 1:1 FSB to DRAM ratio and not under clock the memory. Do you think it would work or is there something I have not thought of? Like I said its been a while since I messed with computers and overclocking so I may have forgotten something.