Have you overclocked your processor yet?
You should know the two are related. Both of them are overclocked by increasing the FSB. One will effect the other.
As mentioned before if that is value ram it will probably not reach 800MHz. (which is lame anyway) But, just to show you how it's done.
Basically you would up your FSB. (This will overclock you CPU also) Depending on what your stock clock speed is you incremently increase your memory clock. For example: overclock 800MHz ram to about 830 first. Then 60, 90, 900.
The Gigabyte boards also have a "System Memory Multiplier (SPD)
". Then below it will be the actual ram speed listed as "Memory Frequency (MHz)
". The system memory multiplier is the number by which the memory will multiply the FSB.
In my picture this guy has multiplied the FSB (356
) by 2.0 to reach 712. His stock speed was 800. (Even though he underclocked, its the same principle to overclock)