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calvin924597 has a very good point there. can't over clock on this board.. hmm

good thing i didn't pay for it. or i would be mad. very mad. but anywayz can still someone answer my question:

read that you should aim for cpu to ram ratio of 1:1

but how do you over clock the ram? is that auto done when you up the fsb on the cpu? or do i go into bios and change the voltage or something?

also for calculating the cpu to ram ratio how to u do that?
1066 / 4 is 266. but thats stock fsb. and ddr2 is 800, up and down thats 400 each. so im confused on how to do this part.
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also for calculating the cpu to ram ratio how to u do that?
1066 / 4 is 266. but thats stock fsb. and ddr2 is 800, up and down thats 400 each. so im confused on how to do this part.

upping the FSB does automatically up the RAM speed, unless you run the RAM unlinked, in which case you can run it at whatever speed you please, depending on your motherboard.
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