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1. Running the RAM at rated speeds and voltages brings a BSOD. Running it at 800MHZ & 1.8v stabilizes it (as apposed to 1066MHZ & 2.1v).

 

2. Can I keep my RAM at a certain speed instead of it bumping around whenever I change the CPU speed?

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1. Running the RAM at rated speeds and voltages brings a BSOD. Running it at 800MHZ & 1.8v stabilizes it (as apposed to 1066MHZ & 2.1v).

 

2. Can I keep my RAM at a certain speed instead of it bumping around whenever I change the CPU speed?

if you can run it at 800mhz and 4-4-4-12 timings then it will be equally as zippy as 1066mhz 5-5-5-15 so I'd do it if it keeps the system happy :)

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1. Running the RAM at rated speeds and voltages brings a BSOD. Running it at 800MHZ & 1.8v stabilizes it (as apposed to 1066MHZ & 2.1v).

 

2. Can I keep my RAM at a certain speed instead of it bumping around whenever I change the CPU speed?

 

1. What RAM do you use?

 

2. That's what memory dividers are for, but no, you cannot lock the RAM to a certain speed

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if you can run it at 800mhz and 4-4-4-12 timings then it will be equally as zippy as 1066mhz 5-5-5-15 so I'd do it if it keeps the system happy :)

 

Nope/

 

 

1. What RAM do you use?

 

2. That's what memory dividers are for, but no, you cannot lock the RAM to a certain speed

 

I use Patriot Viper.

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