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    i have Geil 3700 ram. what can it do?

    Its all mineses ummm yes my precioussss.
    It looks the dogs I'll give it that, silver, heavy, solid, sexym mmm i am touching it now. ohh yes.

    I am running it on a NF7S rev2. with an XP2200+ and an MSI Ti 4200 GF4; bloody great fans etc. I currently have FSB upto 211MHz, and multiplyer down to give a 90MHz OC on the CPU.

    Do any of you learned peeps know:
    How much more can she take before she blows? (CPU?)

    What can I push the GF 4 to before risking damage?

    what RAM timings CAS/Latancy and the rest of it Geil should be at?
    what would you recomend too bench mark?
    Cheers peeps

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    Is that the Geil Ultra or standard?
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    dunno, its big and heavy and rated to 450mhz,
    how do i tell i just slapped it in

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    Doesn't it have a sticker on the heat-spreader?
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    Its rated to 466 mhz, not 450mhz

    Its got the timings on a sticker on the memory.

    Anyway the memory wont limit you in your overclock, it will be your CPU speed and northbridge on the motherboard. As you know, i had to over volt my mobo to get more out of it.

    CPU is just a matter of raising it slowly and upping the voltage accordingly, really depends on how much you want to take it.

    I thought you wasnt going to overclock it ?
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    Hmmmm, pretty sure you should get 250fsb 1:1 on an Intel platform but unsure on an AMD sys...

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