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Hello there, i am going to recieve the TP45 HP motherboard soon.
And YES i am very far behind in technology.
I am just wondering what RAM i should get for it.
I am trying to overclock my e8400 to 4.0ghz or high if possible

This is my ram specs:
G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231120


Is it good enough to overclock??
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667 is a tad... slow. 533/667/800/1066/+

HOWEVER, because it as an HP board, you have nothing to worry about as its not overclockable.
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667 is a tad... slow. 533/667/800/1066/+

HOWEVER, because it as an HP board, you have nothing to worry about as its not overclockable.
no lol it's a Biostar TP45HP

This RAM is cheaper and faster. If you want to spend a little more, go with this 1066 kit.
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Thank you guys for such fast replies.

Does the 1066 oc better than the 800?
i was thinking about this

one too
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Thank you guys for such fast replies.

Does the 1066 oc better than the 800?
i was thinking about thishttp://www.amazon.com/Patriot-PGS24G...2832422&sr=1-1 one too
the speeds dont indicate how well it will oc, better brands/timings do. Some motherboards, not sure of yours (thx Dopamin3), but some are able to unlink the ram and cpu while oc'in.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vroom View Post
Thank you guys for such fast replies.

Does the 1066 oc better than the 800?
i was thinking about thishttp://www.amazon.com/Patriot-PGS24G...2832422&sr=1-1 one too
That kit you linked is worse than the two I linked. It's rated 800mhz CAS 5 @ 1.9v (higher voltage) while the A-DATA that I showed you is 800mhz CAS 5 @ 1.8v (lower voltage, more headroom to overclock).

Truth be told, most DDR2 RAM kits rated 800mhz CAS 5 @ 1.8v will run 1066mhz CAS 5 @ ~2.1v. If you don't mind spending a few extra bucks, get the G.Skill 1066mhz just to be on the safe side. If you are on more of a budget, get the A-DATA I linked, it's the cheapest 800mhz kit. It should be able to hit 1066mhz around 2.1v but this is not guaranteed, whereas the G.Skill you are guaranteed to reach that 1066mhz.

edit: so you already have that RAM kit? It's absolutely fine. Don't waste money on another kit. I thought you were looking to purchase a new kit, but it seems like you already have it re-reading your original post. It's pretty much exactly the same as every DDR2 kit out there. 667mhz CAS 4 @ 1.8v should be able to run 800mhz CAS 5, and yea you should be able to make 1066mhz to with around 2.1v-2.2v. So don't waste your money, your kit is perfectly fine. It's good enough to overclock

Great choice on the motherboard btw, the Biostar P45 boards are really good, second only to the legendary Gigabyte EP45-UD3P.
Edited by Dopamin3 - 4/25/11 at 12:13am
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Alright, thank you guys for helping me so quickly.
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Great choice on the motherboard btw, the Biostar P45 boards are really good, second only to the legendary Gigabyte EP45-UD3P.
I was going to get a P5Q PRO Turbo for $100 but then i saw the Biostar TP45 HP for only $50 so then i chose to get the Biostar instead.
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On a dual core, xbit took that Biostar TP45HP to 541mhz FSB stable. That's pretty insane especially considering you paid $50 for it. Good luck with the OC and let us know if you have any questions
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Alright, thank you guys for helping me so quickly.

I was going to get a P5Q PRO Turbo for $100 but then i saw the Biostar TP45 HP for only $50 so then i chose to get the Biostar instead.
Thats a steal on the tpower. I sold mine for $115 in January.


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