|Stabilizing your memory overclock on Core i7 platform|
|Written by Madshrimps|
|Wednesday, 01 July 2009|
In today's short article, we'll have a look at the effect of just one memory timing, the Back-to-Back Cas Delay timing, which seems to be one of the more important timings both performance and stability-wise. If you're looking for a solution for your high-frequency capable memory kit, performance increase with low-frequency memory or stabilizing high BCLK/high memory ... this is something for you.
It has been a while since my latest article for which I blame examinations at school and of course the Gigabyte Open Overclocking Competition, which eventually led me to the great city of Taipei. However, since I have a few weeks of vacation now, I'm able to present you some of the findings of the Madshrimps team regarding the Core i7 platform.
Maybe you remember the X58 motherboard round-up which was published already four months ago, close to the release of the Core i7 platform. Having 7+ X58 motherboards at home (I was sent a couple more after the round-up) gave me, and my collegues, the opportunity to digg deeper into the different aspects of overclocking an i7 processor. Madshrimps
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