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I7 920 dont fit with DDR3 1333???????

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April 17, 2010 4:11:46 AM

i7 920 dont fit with DDR3 1333???????
the message i got recently on line , really ??
my CPU: QuadCore Intel Core i7 920, 2800 MHz (21 x 133)
Fan : coolermaster Hyper N520

Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R

ram : DDR3 SDRAM
DDR3-1333 (667 MHz) ==> total 3 (6G)
some body told me
i7 920 dont eat ddr 3 1333 only for 1066 or 1600
any OC only up to 21 x 166 or the 1333 ram bill burn down ?????
he suggest me to buy 1600 and OC to 4G ???

another one told me dont bother him
if my CPU OC up to 4G the ram 1333 wiill up to 1600 ?? really

which one is right ????
should i buy new rams 1600 and OC my i7 to 4G or other suggestions?????

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April 17, 2010 4:26:51 AM

I don't fully understand your post. I recommend you structure your language using full sentences and being clearer.

However, I can say a few things that might be useful:
-The ram also has a multiplier. If you don't want to increase the ram speed when you increase the base clock, simply decrease the ram multiplier
-If you can't communicate well, perhaps a link to the thread where you were told this (if it was an online thread) would provide some insight and allow us to help you.
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April 17, 2010 4:32:30 AM

enzo matrix said:
The ram also has a multiplier. If you don't want to increase the ram speed when you increase the base clock, simply decrease the ram multiplier


@OP:
I think this is the answer you want.
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April 17, 2010 5:11:44 AM

enzo matrix said:
I don't fully understand your post. I recommend you structure your language using full sentences and being clearer.

However, I can say a few things that might be useful:
-The ram also has a multiplier. If you don't want to increase the ram speed when you increase the base clock, simply decrease the ram multiplier
-If you can't communicate well, perhaps a link to the thread where you were told this (if it was an online thread) would provide some insight and allow us to help you.


sorry my ENg is poor
so....
and my question is
CPU OC or not (such as just 2.66G vs. 3.8g ) will interfere with the performace of ram (just like my ddr3 1333 will work as 1066 only if no OC up to some degree ??? and if i use the ddr 3 1333 only will it burn out when i OC my CPU too higher level )???
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April 17, 2010 6:09:33 AM

billtaco said:
sorry my ENg is poor
so....
and my question is
CPU OC or not (such as just 2.66G vs. 3.8g ) will interfere with the performace of ram (just like my ddr3 1333 will work as 1066 only if no OC up to some degree ??? and if i use the ddr 3 1333 only will it burn out when i OC my CPU too higher level )???

enzo matrix said:
The ram also has a multiplier. If you don't want to increase the ram speed when you increase the base clock, simply decrease the ram multiplier

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April 27, 2010 2:38:20 PM

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