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Thread: overclocking ram questions




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    I have crappy Crucial 512MB DDR PC2700 which is of course at 333. I've overclocked it to 372 and everything seems to be fine. Should everything be fine?

    I'm used to overlocking cpus and videocards but i'm new to the RAM.

    Also my RAM is 2.5-4-4-6CL. Can anyone explain this?

    Thanks for any help.
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    When you overclock your CPU you overclock your ram automatically. :cheers:

    That is your memory timing. The lower the better. 2-2-2-5 is the lowest.
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