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Question about OCing.

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Im new here so bear with me.

I have these comming in tomorrow: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145486

and was looking to get into OCing RAM .. have never done it before... most OCing I have done is with my processor and I am just using the OC software the Mobo came with, no not so experienced..

just wondering if anyone has a link or some advice for a good starting point to learn.

thanks
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http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38169-...roduction.html

Hows that, not the same exact but some good insight

Here is an older AMD guide... just sub the FSB for the HTT.
http://www.overclock.net/overclock.p...king-guide.htm

BTW, HI and WELCOME

Some basics.
1. Never let your CPU's full load temp excede 50°c
2. That link has some great softs that you will need like OCCT and Prime95 for load testing and memtest86 for memory testing and How To is listed for quick testing the memory with it. It's about 1/2 way down the FAQ.
3. The CPU, bus and RAMs BUS are interconnected and require attention. Once the CPU's BUS exceded the RAM's speed capacity, there are several options
a. More voltage
b. Adjust timings
c. Setting a RAM to CPU divider
d. Upping the memory controler's voltage.
You may endup needing to mod some or all the above as necessary
4. There are plenty of GREAT people in here to help you along
    
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