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post #21 of 24
I don't know what you have for RAM, but assuming you have 1600 MHz, you can probably pick up some more significant performance by running RAM at 2000 MHz @ 1.6v and test for stability. Your CPU temps will go up a bit due to the increased processor loading on the IMC. You'll see about 4-5 Gflops increase in IBT from RAM. ~5%
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Originally Posted by SynchronicBoost View Post

I don't know what you have for RAM, but assuming you have 1600 MHz, you can probably pick up some more significant performance by running RAM at 2000 MHz @ 1.6v and test for stability. Your CPU temps will go up a bit due to the increased processor loading on the IMC. You'll see about 4-5 Gflops increase in IBT from RAM. ~5%

Hmm...I listed my ram two posts ago? ^-^
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Phone glitch
Edited by Soully - 5/29/13 at 3:34pm
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Ah! Thought of a question! There's this blk thing in uefi that gives the choice of 133 or 100mhz...could I adjust this since my multiplier is capped to raise the CPU speeds by chance...or because its a non k it will lock at the 4.1?
Edited by Soully - 5/29/13 at 3:41pm
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