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    Default 1066 or 800

    i don't really understand the difference between these two bus speed modules
    i have G31 and it says 1066 O.C
    now should i oc my ram to 1066 from 800?
    would it be better for gaming?
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i don't really understand the difference between these two bus speed modules
    i have G31 and it says 1066 O.C
    now should i oc my ram to 1066 from 800?
    would it be better for gaming?
    ar mane apni r am ke 1066 bus er moto overclock korte parben.

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    ar mane apni r am ke 1066 bus er moto overclock korte parben.
    but korle ki labh?
    amar gaming help korbe?
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i don't really understand the difference between these two bus speed modules
    i have G31 and it says 1066 O.C
    now should i oc my ram to 1066 from 800?
    would it be better for gaming?
    "i have G31 and it says 1066 O.C" it means if u want to run ur ram in 1066Mhz then u have to OC ur ram..
    To overclock ur ram u will need overclockable ram..

    ---------- Post added at 00:05 ---------- Previous post was at 00:03 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    but korle ki labh?
    amar gaming help korbe?
    Overclocking RAM, Processor, Graphic can give u extra performance for free..

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    G31 says it 1066MHz OC.

    That mean that u can over clock an 800Mhz DDR2 stick up to1066Mhz.

    if u see DDR3 2000(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600(O.C.)/1333/1066 that mean u can over clock an1333Mhz DDR3 stick up to2000Mhz.
    and motherboard also have 2000/1800/1600 Mhz System Memory Multiplier setting.

    BTW Overclocking anytime give u extra performance gaming and other work .
    Last edited by Albert SX65; July 14th, 2009 at 02:43.

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by anik View Post
    G31 says it 1066MHz OC.

    That mean that u can over clock an 800Mhz DDR2 stick up to1066Mhz.

    if u see DDR3 2000(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600(O.C.)/1333/1066 that mean u can over clock an1333Mhz DDR3 stick up to2000Mhz.
    and motherboard also have 2000/1800/1600 Mhz System Memory Multiplier setting.

    BTW Overclocking anytime give u extra performance gaming and other work .
    Not agreed.

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Last edited by Albert SX65; July 14th, 2009 at 04:28.

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    Not agreed.
    why not?
    his words were finally making sense to me
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    Not agreed.
    he's right

    u can & never will be able to OC a 800MHz ram to 1066MHz Speeds...that's jst absurd
    at max u can OC to like 900--950Mhz speeds...but that u'd require some serious cooling

    since u have a E7400...1066FSB...wouldnt benefit from OCing ur Ram to 1066...since at best u can manage to OC ur processor up to 3.6....&if I m correct that only requires ur ram to be at 800MHz...1066Mhz ram is ideal when u r shooting for speed like 3.6-4GHz+ on ur CPU+if u have ur RAM & FSB linked on the mobo with a ratio between

    let me explain my case...I have a [email protected]>stock

    I have OCed to 3.2GHz FSB-400

    so...I set the FSB to 400...multi to 8 & therefore=(400*8)=3.2GHz...& when I set to FSB to 400 the ram is also synced at 400Mhz meaning DDR2-double the bandwidth & I get 800Mhz on the ram which is the stock default on my Transcend chips

    & so my FSB and Ram is linked with a 1:1ratio giving 3.2GHz on my CPU OCing from 333FSB to 400FSB
    & if i want 3.6GHz...I can jst change the multi to 9 so I'll get (9*400FSB)=3.6GHz

    on ur case...ur E7400 is more than capable of doing a 400FSB on that mobo(asus)...with some good cooling...so take my setting & that u'd be ideal
    & as for gaming...there is no visible difference in 800MHz/1066MHz...unless change ur ram timings which can make ur rams faster but r viable to more data errors

    ---------- Post added at 09:17 ---------- Previous post was at 08:58 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i don't really understand the difference between these two bus speed modules
    i have G31 and it says 1066 O.C
    now should i oc my ram to 1066 from 800?
    would it be better for gaming?
    sorry for another post
    but let me explain this

    lets say u buy a set of 1066rams...but since ur mobo supports a default of 800MHz...the mobo sees the rated 1066rams at 800MHz reducing its capable speed...but that is not a problem

    now lets say u want a 1333FSB on ur CPU...like the default speed on my E8400

    so u set 333FSB from ur default 266FSB with a lined 1:1ratio & u get 1066MHz for the rams

    ur mobo is doing the OCing for the rams...but since the ram is already capable at those speeds...the ram is jst accepting the command from the mobo...but the mobo is likewise OCing ir(the mobo thinks it is Ocing the ram) but actually it is jst setting it at its default frequency
    Last edited by dipanzan; July 14th, 2009 at 10:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    he's right

    u can & never will be able to OC a 800MHz ram to 1066MHz Speeds...that's jst absurd
    at max u can OC to like 900--950Mhz speeds...but that u'd require some serious cooling

    since u have a E7400...1066FSB...wouldnt benefit from OCing ur Ram to 1066...since at best u can manage to OC ur processor up to 3.6....&if I m correct that only requires ur ram to be at 800MHz...1066Mhz ram is ideal when u r shooting for speed like 3.6-4GHz+ on ur CPU+if u have ur RAM & FSB linked on the mobo with a ratio between

    let me explain my case...I have a [email protected]>stock

    I have OCed to 3.2GHz FSB-400

    so...I set the FSB to 400...multi to 8 & therefore=(400*8)=3.2GHz...& when I set to FSB to 400 the ram is also synced at 400Mhz meaning DDR2-double the bandwidth & I get 800Mhz on the ram which is the stock default on my Transcend chips

    & so my FSB and Ram is linked with a 1:1ratio giving 3.2GHz on my CPU OCing from 333FSB to 400FSB
    & if i want 3.6GHz...I can jst change the multi to 9 so I'll get (9*400FSB)=3.6GHz

    on ur case...ur E7400 is more than capable of doing a 400FSB on that mobo(asus)...with some good cooling...so take my setting & that u'd be ideal
    & as for gaming...there is no visible difference in 800MHz/1066MHz...unless change ur ram timings which can make ur rams faster but r viable to more data errors

    ---------- Post added at 09:17 ---------- Previous post was at 08:58 ----------



    sorry for another post
    but let me explain this

    lets say u buy a set of 1066rams...but since ur mobo supports a default of 800MHz...the mobo sees the rated 1066rams at 800MHz reducing its capable speed...but that is not a problem

    now lets say u want a 1333FSB on ur CPU...like the default speed on my E8400

    so u set 333FSB from ur default 266FSB with a lined 1:1ratio & u get 1066MHz for the rams

    ur mobo is doing the OCing for the rams...but since the ram is already capable at those speeds...the ram is jst accepting the command from the mobo...but the mobo is likewise OCing ir(the mobo thinks it is Ocing the ram) but actually it is jst setting it at its default frequency
    thank u. amio thik chilam but bojate vol hoyesilo.

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    he's right

    u can & never will be able to OC a 800MHz ram to 1066MHz Speeds...that's jst absurd
    at max u can OC to like 900--950Mhz speeds...but that u'd require some serious cooling

    since u have a E7400...1066FSB...wouldnt benefit from OCing ur Ram to 1066...since at best u can manage to OC ur processor up to 3.6....&if I m correct that only requires ur ram to be at 800MHz...1066Mhz ram is ideal when u r shooting for speed like 3.6-4GHz+ on ur CPU+if u have ur RAM & FSB linked on the mobo with a ratio between

    let me explain my case...I have a [email protected]>stock

    I have OCed to 3.2GHz FSB-400

    so...I set the FSB to 400...multi to 8 & therefore=(400*8)=3.2GHz...& when I set to FSB to 400 the ram is also synced at 400Mhz meaning DDR2-double the bandwidth & I get 800Mhz on the ram which is the stock default on my Transcend chips

    & so my FSB and Ram is linked with a 1:1ratio giving 3.2GHz on my CPU OCing from 333FSB to 400FSB
    & if i want 3.6GHz...I can jst change the multi to 9 so I'll get (9*400FSB)=3.6GHz

    on ur case...ur E7400 is more than capable of doing a 400FSB on that mobo(asus)...with some good cooling...so take my setting & that u'd be ideal
    & as for gaming...there is no visible difference in 800MHz/1066MHz...unless change ur ram timings which can make ur rams faster but r viable to more data errors

    ---------- Post added at 09:17 ---------- Previous post was at 08:58 ----------



    sorry for another post
    but let me explain this

    lets say u buy a set of 1066rams...but since ur mobo supports a default of 800MHz...the mobo sees the rated 1066rams at 800MHz reducing its capable speed...but that is not a problem

    now lets say u want a 1333FSB on ur CPU...like the default speed on my E8400

    so u set 333FSB from ur default 266FSB with a lined 1:1ratio & u get 1066MHz for the rams

    ur mobo is doing the OCing for the rams...but since the ram is already capable at those speeds...the ram is jst accepting the command from the mobo...but the mobo is likewise OCing ir(the mobo thinks it is Ocing the ram) but actually it is jst setting it at its default frequency
    appreciate your explanations
    but a bit confusing
    so u are saying that at my current config
    OCing the RAM won't be much of a difference
    so i guess that's fine
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    can i mount Axe ram on my G31?
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    can i mount Axe ram on my G31?
    yes u can...but dont waste money on that
    instead buy 2x2GB Transcend DDR2 800MHz....which is going to cost like 3200tk or so

    I seriously dont recommend against getting those aXe rams...bunch of crap modules if u ask me

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    yes u can...but dont waste money on that
    instead buy 2x2GB Transcend DDR2 800MHz....which is going to cost like 3200tk or so

    I seriously dont recommend against getting those aXe rams...bunch of crap modules if u ask me
    are u referring to 1066 modules to be a waste
    or particularly the Transcend Axe Ram modules and why?
    i'd like to know
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    are u referring to 1066 modules to be a waste
    or particularly the Transcend Axe Ram modules and why?
    i'd like to know
    I m referring to the aXe ram modules because of its price
    & about its OCing...I doubt it willl as good as some cheap Corsairs

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    the aXe's do not have any chips that are recognized in the overclocking world.So it's highly recommended to stay away from them

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    the aXe's do not have any chips that are recognized in the overclocking world.So it's highly recommended to stay away from them
    see what I mean

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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    see what I mean
    yes i understand
    thanx
    other than Axe RAMs i haven't seen any 1066 modules
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    Default Re: 1066 or 800

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    yes i understand
    thanx
    other than Axe RAMs i haven't seen any 1066 modules
    there are patriot rams [email protected] ones are also available but the price is bloody high

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