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post #11 of 19
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I agree. If the memory doesn't have heatspreaders (if you can see the memory chips - if the memory is "naked"), then it's usually best to leave it at stock as it could get a bit too hot. It's not a guarantee that it will, but it's a risk.
yeah they are naked and I really asked for that purpose that whether it will get hot or not.
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yeah they are naked and I really asked for that purpose that whether it will get hot or not.
It will get hot, but it's only natural that it will - especially without heatspreaders. But even more especially if the air isn't moving fluidly in the case and if the room temperature is a bit warm. There are many factors, but in the end I honestly think you're better off leaving it at 667 for now.
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post #13 of 19
but my bios say i can have1.8 volt to cpu. but not wise. if you want 800mhz get some cheap ocz gskill corsair ram... but that jump will make the ram run hot mite fry them
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post #14 of 19
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What about pc6400 is it 800mhz.coz i ve paid d price of 800mhz for it.but no problem i will exchange it with pc6400 or higher. Sorry for my late replies coz im using my phone(gprs).
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post #15 of 19
OP you got me not reading carefully. As TC said just because the option is there does not mean you should use it. That said nothing wrong trying to run at 800Mhz this is OCN correct. Why the place that has guys OC'ing 1Ghz+ on their CPU are suddenly going to get all timid OC'ing RAM 133Mhz floors me. Also you are not going to have much risk of damaging your RAM or producing much heat if you don't mess with voltage. And as long as you do not go above 2.3v.

I am seriously shocked wit all this hesitation on OCN. 1066Mhz DDR2 is OC'd 800Mhz RAM no one sweats that?

OP do it even increase voltage to increase stability. Everyone on here has temporarily lost their mind with all this damage and heat stuff. Watch your voltage. Oh and your sticks might not OC well but find out.
post #16 of 19
OP are you getting the memeroy speed in CPU-Z from the Memory tab or SPD tab? What does SPD tab say that will tell you what you need to know.
post #17 of 19
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What about pc6400 is it 800mhz.coz i ve paid d price of 800mhz for it.but no problem i will exchange it with pc6400 or higher. Sorry for my late replies coz im using my phone(gprs).
PC2 5300 is DDR2 667 MHz and PC2 6400 is DDR2 800 MHz.
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post #18 of 19
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ok thank guys for the replie for the last one month i was considering it as 800mhz.now i will change my system Memory config below to 667mhz.
Edited by iliyas - 12/31/09 at 6:43am
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ok thank guys for the replie for the last one month i was considering it as 800mhz.
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