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Hey, I dont know where to put this but I was wondering how to overclcok my memory. I have OCZ SLI 800mhz memory, and I have 2GB worth of it. I plan on getting another set so its 4GB total, and my motherboard is SLI capable. I wanted to know if I get them, how I can overclock them to be insync and then have them all working as one. Hope someone can answer, thanks a lot in advanced!
post #2 of 3
put them in slots of the same color for dual channel.
just disable the SLI ready-thingy. doesnt do anything.
it works the same as any other memory, you just set a divider, 1:1 being the best choice in most cases.
if your mobo doesnt show dividers, but frequencies, 1:1 comes down to 2x the FSB.
this means overclocking FSB (CPU) = overclocking RAM.
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when I went into my BIOS and put it as linked, 1:1 ratio, it made my CPU go back to regular FSB speed and when I manually put it in as unlinked I got my memory up too 1066 mhz. My CPU is back to normal but i was wondering if I do the linked, 1:1 ratio, when I get the other sticks of memory? If so, do the memory sticks have to be the same in order for it all to work together? Thanks alot
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