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which freq though? and how would i oc the ram?
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Ok I have a question since I have been lazy and overclocking with vcore on auto. What kind of voltage should you be shooting for here?(Sorry to invade your thread. I just figured this could help you to)
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which freq though? and how would i oc the ram?

The BLCK frequency. Starts at 133 and goes up from there. Dont worry about the RAM right now. Put the ram multiplier down a notch from the default.
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Ok I have a question since I have been lazy and overclocking with vcore on auto. What kind of voltage should you be shooting for here?(Sorry to invade your thread. I just figured this could help you to)

1.45v is max safe but I would aim for less. Closer to 1.4 .... but it all depends on you cooling as well.
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post #14 of 15
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How would would I up the freq each time? to check if it's stable?
What would you suggest ? like 10-20 mhz a time?
ANd the ram multiplier down to what?

also why does the ram multiplier needs to go down?
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Ok I am running only 1.26 Vcore at 4Ghz and so far it is stable. I ran Prime95 for about 10 minutes and I have been playing Battlefield 3 for about an hour. So far so good. *knock on wood*
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