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A Point in the Right Direction Please

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So I recently got a more proper cooler for my cpu, So I clocked the junk out of it. 1.01ghz . Anyway my concern / issue that my DDR3 2000 memory is running at 1700mhz. Its either 1700 or 2040 (or something like that) based on the manual memory multiplier 10x or 12x.

Basically what do I have to adjust or can I adjust to turn up the frequency on the memory. These sticks will not overclock, at stock cpu speed they read as 2002mhz and refused to boot. So I was running them at 1866.

When I OC'd my CPU I just did a straight base and multiplier OC.

Here's a few pics of my bios. Sorry for the flash, If you need to know anything else feel free to ask.



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Normally 1 is a trade off for the other (CPU vs Memory) however at 1866 I would be very surprised if you notice any real world difference in memory speed. However you will notice a difference with CPU speed. Since you have bought a decent cooler I would settle for clocking the CPU to hell and back and leaving the memory at 1866 thumb.gif
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