Re: Help with OC'ing
When you are overclocking your memory there isn't much more to do. You might need to run a divider. Also you might need to loosen up some of the timings for stability. The ones you should worry about the most are CAS, RAS to CAS delay, RAS precharge and Tras. I know your BIOS will have A LOT of memory options so I would go look on dfi-street for more help on some of the more complex options.
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