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Overclocking Intel E5300

  • Overclocking
  • RAM
  • Intel
Last response: in Overclocking
December 7, 2013 12:54:06 AM

So I've been testing overclocks with my Intel E5300 with 2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM. When I came to a point where I couldn't pass fsb of 250 x13. This was 3.27ghz. I dropped my RAM Frequency from Auto to 667mhz and it let me overclock further. But now the ratio is 5:6. With which reading tells me 1:1 is what I should be aiming for..? How do I go about overclocking further while keeping my RAM ratio in the right range? Theres only options for Auto 667mhz and 800mhz.

Asus P5KPL-AM/PS Board
Twin Thermal master 350w Powersupplies
Intel E5300 with Xilence heatsink + cooler
DDR2 800mhz Ram

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December 11, 2013 12:33:26 AM

How do you keep ram ratio even - how do I modify the ram side of things?

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    a b K Overclocking
    December 11, 2013 7:17:32 AM

    Don't worry about the RAM strap..just cycle through them until you find the one most stable for your chip :) 

    E5300 Wolfdale may have a hard fsb wall..

    also if you're using nvidia chipset there may be fsb holes.

    fsb term and NB voltage help for higher fsb :) 
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