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    sarfraz
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    will DDR3 Tri-channel 2000hz work in a Memory Standard DDR3 Tri-channel 1600/1333 x58 motherbroad?Or do i have to get 1600hz and overclock it.

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    depends if your motherboard support... read the manual

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    Yes exactly it depends on your motherboard.

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    may be, only if your motherboard support. check in mobo manual. If it supports you should go with 2000hz except OCing.

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    As far as I understand (and my understanding of the subject is very limited mind you ), overclocking is for CPU only and not the system bus. Memory cannot be overclocked.

    So all advices above are right - check what memory your moboi supports. Using unsupported memory banks may make them (banks) unusable or even damage them permanently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamewhite86 View Post
    The BIOS chip contains all the basic instructions that manages the computer when it is switched on. Read Only Memory is permanent memory. When the computer is turned on the PROCESSOR looks for basic data/information in the ROM (BIOS). The processor needs to know how much memory is present, if a hard drive is connected and other vital pieces of information. Without this basic information the computer will not work. The processor searches for this information automatically.thanks for sharing the information.
    To which post are you replying? I could not get the reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    As far as I understand (and my understanding of the subject is very limited mind you ), overclocking is for CPU only.
    Mate, even GPUs can be overclocked.

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    dude it depends on motherboard nd not only cpu nd memory dnt gets overcloacked its da gr card......nd mate buy 550ti graphics card if ur gamer nd if ur professional graphics designer then u shuld go for 440ti.....

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    you can set the memory timings to get better performance. You can overclock the cpu as well as the gpu and memory.

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