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System and RAM question

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I want to build a new system but I have questions with the overclocking and the RAM.

 

System:

Sony DVD Drive 24x

Antec Nine Hundred case

Intel i5-2500k

Corsair H80 watercooler

1TB HDD WD velociraptor

Mushkin Blackline 8GB DDR3 1600

MSI Z77-G45

PS Thermaltake TX2 RX-750W 80PLUS Bronze

EVGA Gtx 560 Ti 2GB

 

$1,252.91 approx.

 

Note: I choose this parts for best performance for the price and the other thing I live in Chile so there is no much variety of pc parts.

 

Now the question with the overclocking, I have a AMD Phenom II X4 975 @4Ghz but I only had to increase the multiplayer, but with the intel there are more things to change and the RAM also overclocks (im not sure about this, thats what I understood), the mushkin blackline will be fine with the overclocking?

 

Sorry for my english :)

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Here also you have only 1 thing to change for OCing.. The multiplier.. Leave everything else alone.

 

And the CPU Voltage too..

 

Those two and you should get what you need. I am sure others would add their opinion as well.

 

Manny


Manny

Beta tester for SIMStarter 

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