AdamR Posted January 16, 2007 Share Posted January 16, 2007 Hey guys, I"ve became very interested in overclocking and decided to begin myself. Done a lot of research and what I'm wanting to do is push the 6300 C2D as far as I can push it. I've got a 680i board, and have some questions as to the RAM. I've seen a lot of post about people reaching near a 500MHz FSB speed, usually in the area of 485. I'd like to reach this area myself. I thought about purchasing corsair 8500C5D's for my rig, although I"m not sure if this is the best choice for me, or if I need this kind of ram or if 6400 models would work? Also not really sure where to begin so I guess figuring out the best ram to do the job would be a good question for me. Also curious as to the expected lifespan of a cpu with this kind of clock and if most people are running pretty stable around these speeds without any problems at all. I want to reach the highest stable speed possible and need to make sure I have the right components to do so. Thanks guys. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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