Originally Posted by Madr0x
ya i think i have my timings as low as they will go at 2-3-3-6 but i see all these people talking about memory ratio's, and frequencies and i havent messed with any of that.
Originally Posted by That_Guy
Overclocking RAM and CPU are a package. You do it by raising the FSB. The dividers work like this: you take the number lets say 333. You divide it by 400 and multiply that byt the FSB If you OC the FSB to 240 it would be :
333 / 400 * 240 = 198.8 so pretty much stock. That would be good if you want to OC the CPU and if your memory isn't good enough to run 1:1.
Also it's bad to run the RAM on a divider that will make it run faster than the FSB (6:5 for example) because all those clocks are being wasted if it the mobo isn't taking advantage of them.