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Well, after setting my Ram Voltage to 2.8V and lowering my CAS Latency to 2.5, and setting a divider for 333, my computer became unstable and I was forced to reset my Ram Voltage and my CAS Latency (Stupid Corsair Value Select grrrrrrr.......)

Anyways, I have one last question: If I kept divider at 333, with my current overclocking, would I recieve a performance boost, or would it make a difference, or would it still decrease my system performance
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Originally Posted by Wilson
Well, after setting my Ram Voltage to 2.8V and lowering my CAS Latency to 2.5, and setting a divider for 333, my computer became unstable and I was forced to reset my Ram Voltage and my CAS Latency (Stupid Corsair Value Select grrrrrrr.......)

Anyways, I have one last question: If I kept divider at 333, with my current overclocking, would I recieve a performance boost, or would it make a difference, or would it still decrease my system performance
Initially there will be a performance loss but the whole idea is that you can now overclock further than before, breaking even in ram speed and gaining in CPU speed.
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