Re: Ram upgrade
When choosing memory, a lower CL (or CAS Latency) is preferable. It has to do with the time it takes the memory module to respond in its own processes. It obviously gets more complicated than that but there's really no need to go into details, just remember, lower numbers are better. A good number for CL is 2 or 3. You can overclock RAM but overclockability can depend on a number of factors (voltages, cooling, etc). There are RAM modules that are designed for overclocking but of course you pay more for them.
Also because you are using an AMD based processor, the best memory it supports is DDR RAM. The PC3200 will be a better choice over the PC2700.
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