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so you're saying that having MORE RAm, compensated for you having to run looser timings.

correct?
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Well not exactly. Its hard to test 4 gigs since I dont think everest and sifsoft do very well testing it.

But what I was trying to get across is fastest is best regardless of timings. And I mean as a whole.

Like for me atleast and well just go 2 gig for now. Say I am at 440fsb and ram 1:1 with tightest timings possible that will be pretty fast.

Now use the same setup and loosen timings but get a far higher oc on the ram say 550mhz+ your going to get better scores on your benches (just about all of them) even though your looser timings.

Now what I found out was that go to 500fsb and with the same cpu clock and ram 1:1 is better for me then 440 with ram oced to 530mhz+ depending on timings say 4-4-4 for the 500 and 550 5-5-5.

Now get 500fsb with oced ram to whatever you can say 600mhz with loose timings and this is the best performance even with loose timings.

Basically get everything running as fast as possible is what works best for me. Now you may not see a big difference in say super pi, but youll notice a little difference in 3d benches and a big difference in everest and sifsoft memory and even cpu benches.

Just my experience though with a little bit of testing.
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Can you run 600FSB on a 1:1 ratio and maybe drop the multi a bit?

Or will your mobo go ***?
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Can you run 600FSB on a 1:1 ratio and maybe drop the multi a bit?

Or will your mobo go ***?
I dontthink the mobo will but the cpu limit is 540
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