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Does the ram speed increase automatically when you increase the base clock?

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Wondering about the asrock z77 extreme 4. Using a 3570k. Couldn't find this out there
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It very well should better.
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It very well should better.

Thanks! So I will have to bump up the voltage to match that memory speed so it doesn't freeze right?
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I recommend staying away form changing the bclock.

Only do it when benching / suiciding.

The problems ensued by changing above say 103... aren't worth the minute gain in performance.

Stick with OCing via the multiplier.
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I recommend staying away form changing the bclock.
Only do it when benching / suiciding.
The problems ensued by changing above say 103... aren't worth the minute gain in performance.
Stick with OCing via the multiplier.

Does it increase the speed of the memory when you change the multiplier as well?
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No, But the memory performance will 'naturally' increase with the cpu clock.

The memory has its own multipliers.
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