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i have heard so many rimes that overclocking the cpu can relate to the RAM so many ways. i have a limited voltage of 1.45 and im not running stable at 11x263 right now. I want to know the following things about RAM and overclocking

will lowering my ram speed to DDR333 help any or just make my ram slower?
does CAS latency have any thing else to do with it?
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Lowering your RAM speed to DDR333 will slow down your RAM a bit, nothing really noticable, only on benchmarks. But lowering it can help make it a bit more stable. Same with loosening your RAM timings. CAS latency 2 or 3 RAS# to CAS# -3 or 4 RAS# % - 3 or 4 Tras - 6 or 7 or 8
Give that a try
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It really depends on your ram and how much it likes to give. You ram will be a bit slower but with it on a divider you wont have to worry bout it and if it gets a little fussy just see what the manu. suggested timing are and take it from there. I cant say i notice with my ram on a divider on anything but a few points on a bench.
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