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Old 19-02-2019, 11:37 PM   #5
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simply because the value of overclocking a ram gives near to no value for the amount of effort put into it.(but i heard Ryzen benefits more from it as compared to intel)

it is more complex as compared to overclocking other components like processor or gfx(maybe because i dont OC rams so i might find it more complex).

sorry for of no help

i am quite surprised.


Well obviously my DDR2 example makes no sense (how much performance benefit are you gonna gain from 216MHz? not much...), but I thought it would become more relevant with the newer generation of DDR 4 and possibly DDR 5 RAMs.
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