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Ram can hold you back.
FOR EXAMPLE
Same system in my sig rig but I had a 1090T in it.
DDR3 1600 my FSB was 285 stable.
DDR3 2000 my fsb was 320 stable.
So do I need to invest in something new? One day memtest brought up errors with in 10 mins on both cards the next day it ran 15 hours with nothing.
post #12 of 15
Turn the multiplier down, so it's as close to stock speed as possible?

RAM can most certainly hold back an OC.
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Have you read my post?

So many people have damage there board from trying to overclock a 125W CPU on stock on a 140W phase system

Your getting a bad over clock because your board cant handle it
What kind of board should I get? I have had this board for a couple months so I can't exchange it. So I will lose all the money.
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Turn the multiplier down, so it's as close to stock speed as possible?

RAM can most certainly hold back an OC.
I have had one person tell me to keep it at 1333 and now you at 1600....soooo
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i have been hearing people talking about 4+1 and 8+1 mobo's what is this? and my mobo what type is it cause i have been overclocking and dont want to mess with anything too much and end up stuffin up anything, (lately ive been lookin at voltages got stock speed at 1.1v so far havnt tried going further
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