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Originally Posted by sayaman22 View Post

Mr. deafboy, what you've just said ... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered anything close to answering my question. Everyone in this forum is now dumber for having read it. I award you no reps, and may God have mercy on your soul...

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I'm glad that you found humor in it. It was mostly meant as a joke. However, the motherboard I have doesn't even support those speeds. tongue.gif
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post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by sayaman22 View Post

I'm glad that you found humor in it. It was mostly meant as a joke. However, the motherboard I have doesn't even support those speeds. tongue.gif

lol. The nice thing though about buying RAM that performs higher than what your motherboard technically supports is that they are simply better binned chips. So you could lower the frequency to something that you can handle but you can also often lower the timings along with it. Overclocking memory is often hit an miss unless you know exactly what to look for, and even then luck plays a role.
 
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Originally Posted by deafboy View Post

lol. The nice thing though about buying RAM that performs higher than what your motherboard technically supports is that they are simply better binned chips. So you could lower the frequency to something that you can handle but you can also often lower the timings along with it. Overclocking memory is often hit an miss unless you know exactly what to look for, and even then luck plays a role.

This is true. I never really thought of it that way. I would just lose sleep knowing that I wasn't using the ram to it's full potential. tongue.gif
Thank your for the advice though. I really do appreciate it.
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