Originally Posted by Jack1n
Thanks alot Dave it seems i still have alot to learn in terms of memory Overclocking.
I dunno though. It's not really THAT complicated. there are pre-defined rules for timings for each IC, so you just need to find out which IC is on a stick, and then adjust things accordingly. I have also learned that OEMs use way different settings for subtimings in nearly every instance, so clocking from one brand to the next is similar, but sometimes quite different, even when the same IC is used between OEMs. OEMs do seem to follow certain rules within their products though.
Memory is my most favorite thing, since there are so many variables. There's like 1000 different timings you can play with...most don't do much though.
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