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Heres a little more Information on SLI-Ready Memory and EPP.

It's basically just memory that has been "certified" by nVidia to perform with there chipsets.

I still haven't seen a single person here at OCN, or anywhere for that matter, "enable SLI-Ready Memory" in there BIOS. Nor have I heard of anyone recommending it.

When you look into buying memory, just find good chips (like RAM with Micron chips), and memory that has proven itself with good reviews and praise from members here.

EDIT: I stand corrected... Robilar and cognoscenti have used it. Thanks t4ct1c47.
    
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Robilar and cognoscenti both currently have SLi Ready RAM and used to run them with the EPP (Enhanced Performance Profiles) enabled. If you're a beginner to overclocking this feature can be handy for letting your BIOS attempt to find the most optimal clocks for your RAM. Though you're still better off manually setting your own speeds and timings, which is what both Robilar and cognoscenti now do, as far as I'm aware.

In my opinion you should do your best to set your RAM with the lowest timeings possible but make sure you keep it running at least the same speed as your CPU FSB, 1:1 minimum.

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