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Does this look off, or shall i leave it?
A bit of information about my RAM: max bandwith: pc3-10700(667MHz)
manufacturer: kingston

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Seems your RAM is running at 1960 Mhz but the NB frequency is way off, it could lead to a bottleneck. Set the NB frequency to 2940 Mhz.
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Wouldn't it be better if i just lower the ram a bit then? Cause the only way i can change my NB is to raise the FSB which i can't do without crashing everytime.
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Originally Posted by phz10;14827327 
Wouldn't it be better if i just lower the ram a bit then? Cause the only way i can change my NB is to raise the FSB which i can't do without crashing everytime.

True, because those speeds would be overkill for your processor anyway. Reduce the RAM frequency to either 1600 Mhz with the NB freq set to 2400 Mhz or 1800 Mhz at 2700 Mhz, whichever you can achieve without crashing your system thumbsupsmiley.png
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9-9-9-24 better?
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