You can in most cases if BIOS support OC CPU but not the RAM. Some RAM OC better than others.
Originally Posted by BlackOmega
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Originally Posted by Al plants Corn
I have these right now. Will they be sufficient for what I'm doing?
Originally Posted by t_russell
You can run it synchronously in a 1:1 Ratio which technically the most efficient or you can run it Asynchronously at some other divider for a higher speed. As the speeds are increased you have to loosen the timings(which slows thing down) to achieve stability. It is all a testing game. Trying different settings to find out which works best for you. Most people run their RAM with a mild OC but keep the timings as close to stock as possible.