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    So your RAM is running at 500MHz. Don't worry .
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    It is, how can you tell? (Excuse my ignorance)

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    CPUz Memory->Timings->Frequency = 250Mhz

    250Mhz x 2 = 500Mhz DDR

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    Cheers guys, is it worth changing the timings?

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    • aidanjt's system
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    its worth a try, see what SPD says you should be able to get at that frequency, crush the memory with Prime95 and see if it starts producing errors, if so, nudge up the dram voltage a notch and try again.

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    What would you consider to be a 'dangerous voltage' I think my ram is at 2.7 v at the moment?

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    2.5v is default, I wouldn't go any higher than 2.8.

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