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Help me with clocking my ram..

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I have this ram -

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231550

Upon reading a review several days before receiving it, I read that the owners were successful in clocking the ram at a speed of 1600 with a cas latency of 7. I'd really like to try this, but I don't really know where to start. As far as accessing it in the bios, I know how to do that, but all the settings are really confusing me. I tend to leave everything at stock and not get in to the nitty gritty, but as of late I've been wanting to do this. can anyone help me out here?
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are you asking for timings? Manual trial and error is tricky and tedious but that's the nature of overclocking ram. Looking at your ram's spd tables is a good place to start. You also will need to make cpu-nb and dram voltage adjustments. Why don't you want to run your ram at rated 1866?


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