P4 2.6C teh Overclock Computar

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by vigor, Jan 1, 2004.

  1. vigor

    vigor Limp Gawd

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  2. hogwild

    hogwild n00b

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    its real simple, get some 3500+ ram....
     
  3. chrisf6969

    chrisf6969 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    1:1 runs that ram at the same speed as the FSB lets say the FSB is at 210 (slightly OC'd)
    FSB speed : RAM speed

    1:1 = 210:210 (faster than DDR400) PC3200

    5:4 runs the ram slower
    5:4 = 210:168 (slightly faster than DDR333) PC2700

    3:2 runs the ram a lot slower
    3:2 = 210:140 faster than (ddr266) PC2100

    When you start overclocking to high FSB's you usually need to use a ratio b/c of the ram failing at very high speeds.


    if you had a 533 processor in there you could run at
    4:5

    which at 133 (533) would run the ram at 166
    4:5 = 133:166 (DDR333) PC2700