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You simply won't see any system performance difference with 1333/1600 or CL7/CL9. It simply does not matter with DDR3.

Have you ever tried to overclock an AMD locked processor? rolleyes.gif
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Well, I've got the cl7 running at 1333 for my mom. I didn't overclock it. That's gone now. If someone wouldn't mind helping me get the cl9 1333 running at 1600 that would be helpful. I'm guessing increase voltage by .1 on ram and bump up voltage on northbridge a notch....dunno off the top of my head what else needs increased.
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Have you ever tried to overclock an AMD locked processor? rolleyes.gif

Sure it works fine until you skew the settings too far out of range then it BSODs. wink.gif

Test after test shows no tangible system performance gain from just increasing the RAM frequency or lowering the latencies. Benchmarks might show a tiny gain but in real world use it's not even noticeable.
Edited by AMD4ME - 1/23/12 at 11:32am
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Well, I've got the cl7 running at 1333 for my mom. I didn't overclock it. That's gone now. If someone wouldn't mind helping me get the cl9 1333 running at 1600 that would be helpful. I'm guessing increase voltage by .1 on ram and bump up voltage on northbridge a notch....dunno off the top of my head what else needs increased.

No one can absolutely answer you question as every CPU/mobo/RAM is different. Try bumping the RAM to 1.65v and the frequency to 800 MHz. and see if it will run stable. You're not going to see any tangible system performance gain at 1600 MHz. over 1333 MHz. but you can try to see if your system will run stable at that setting.
Edited by AMD4ME - 1/23/12 at 11:37am
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