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RAM OCing when using P67 with i5-2300?

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like the title suggests, what flexibility in RAM speeds is there for an i5-2300 that would be overclocked to 3.3ghz on a P67 board?
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Well, it would depend on the ram you have... Some is better suited for OC than others. If you are just running 1333, maybe try running at 1600, but you will have to adjust timings most likely.
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Overclocking ram will give you little to no real world performance unless you bench which would be a plus. Leave them at spec and if you bench depending on what your ram runs at spec you could bump it up a level and loosen up the ram timings a bit. Just run memtest if you decide to do this to be sure that it is stable or prime95 but I'd recommend memtest as it only tests the ram.
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