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hiya, can some1 pls help me getting the best out of this ram pls http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=74116

thanks, ive overcloced my cpu, just dont quiet understand the ram timing, thanks
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if you already overclocked your CPU, set the RAM at 1:1. (the rated RAM would be twice the FSB)
initially set you timings at something like 5-5-5-15.
if that's stable, go to 4-5-5-15, if stable got 4-4-5-15 and so on untill you reach either instability, or your stock timings. if instable, go back to the last known stable timing.
if going to 4-5-5-15 for example gives instability, try 5-4-5-15, and if that doesnt help try 5-5-4-15.
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