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help me overclock my ram team elite ddr2 6400

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Anyone ever heard of this brand? Well, I overclock my cpu and make it stable. Yet I've never messed with the memory side of things.. Will I benefit from overclocking my ram?
How do I go about and do this. I'll take multiple screen shots and send links to them since appearently the window doesn't like to show everything. Tell me where to start and I'll do it and test it out. My bios lets me adjust voltages to cpu and ram if that helps too
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yes overclocking your ram does help,you do this by raising your fsb some more and changing memory divider if you are wanting a larger overclock but i would lossen the timmings if you want large overclocks i use to have some team elite rated at same speeds max oc i got was around ddr1170 at 5-5-5-18 for the timmings at 2v