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You're RAM is overclocked as a side result of overclocking your processor. Bot (CPU and RAM ) have their speeds calculated from the FSB so changing that is what matters. DDR operates at double (hence the D) the rate ( the R) of teh FSB and your CPU opperates at some higher multiplyer, For example my Willmant is a 2.0 gig processor that has a 100 Mhz FSb and a 20x multiplyer so 100 * 20 =2,000 Mhz or 2.0 Gighz my ram is DDR ( well not really) so it runs at 2x the FSB so its 100 * 2 =200Mhz or like PC 1600

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I usually up the Vdimm if it goes anything over the stock speed of the DDR; usually just a notch.

 

Soo.. OC your FSB, set your ram divider to something nice (1:1 is the best, but use 5:4 or other if you dont want to OC the ram too much) and if it goes over stock speed and is running unstable, up the Vdimm a bit :).

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