Originally Posted by droby1987
This is a question for everyone, not just him. What ram divider would you say would work for me at a higher MHz for the ram. I am currently running at 216MHz on a 3-3-3-7-10-16 divider and stock is a 3-3-3-8-10-16 divider @ 200MHz. I don't no what other divider to use because the ram is either at it's limits or it's not at it's limits, I just don't know? I have done testing on my ram and cpu at frequencies at 2.67GHz processor speed and the ram has failed everytime while the CPU is perfectly stable. All I need to know is what timing to use and I'll be headed in the right direction.
To remove a potential bottleneck in your OC, using the lowest ram frequency always helps. Use the divider you have to put the ram at the lowest possible frequency so that it doesn't interfere with the OCing of the CPU. After you've found the max CPU OC you can gradually increase the ram frequency until you reach the max stable ram speed.
You will find that you need usually to put the ram at a slightly lower speed than their stock speed if the CPU is OCed, or you can match this speed, but with increased RAM voltage.
Hope it helps.