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Hey all,

I am in search of some memory that is capable of a 1333 overclock from ddr2 8500. I have a 780i mobo, and will have a Q9300. Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by cometman View Post
Hey all,

I am in search of some memory that is capable of a 1333 overclock from ddr2 8500. I have a 780i mobo, and will have a Q9300. Any suggestions?
Why does it have to clock that high? Any DDR2 RAM should work with that mobo/cpu.
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i think he want 1333 memos because the cpu fsb is 1333... /sigh
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Lol... you'll only need half that speed for DDR2. 1333 FSB would need 667mhz memory. With my memory running at 1070mhz, my FSB was 2140mhz!
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Do you mean 1,333MHz DDR? As in, 667MHz FSB ( x 2 for DDR)?

Keep in mind, when an Intel CPU says "1,333MHz FSB", that number is a "Quad Data Rate". As in, the working FSB is 333MHz (x 4 = 1,333MHz). The 333MHz is then multiplied by the CPU multi to reach the final CPU frequency (for example, the Q9300: 333MHz x 7.5 Multi = 2,500MHz). That equates to 667MHz DDR for RAM ( 2 x 333MHz).

I hope I explained that well enough.
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Originally Posted by Choggs396 View Post
Do you mean 1,333MHz DDR? As in, 667MHz FSB ( x 2 for DDR)?

Keep in mind, when an Intel CPU says "1,333MHz FSB", that number is a "Quad Data Rate". As in, the working FSB is 333MHz (x 4 = 1,333MHz). The 333MHz is then multiplied by the CPU multi to reach the final CPU frequency (for example, the Q9300: 333MHz x 7.5 Multi = 2,500MHz). That equates to 667MHz DDR for RAM ( 2 x 333MHz).

I hope I explained that well enough.
Well explained. I don't know of any ram that can do 2,666 Mhz maybe apart from some godly XLC ones or something.
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