Re: E6600 + Zalman 9700 Temp Check Please (luv a newb - it's Christmas!)
Welp, take your FSB and times it by 2. That will be your ram speed at a 1:1 ratio. So 200fsb = 400mhz ram.
If your fsb is say 333. If your ram is slower than 666mhz and your using a 1:1 you will be overclocking your ram and would have to either increase voltages and/or relax the timings or use a ratio to get it back down to normal speed. If it is causing your computer to be unstable.
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