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Is CAS 3 PC133 SDRAM good enough for overclocking?

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Posy Rorer

Mar 21, 2002
I can get a good deal on CAS 3 PC133 generic ram (7ns), so do I really need CAS 2 PC133 major brand for stability if I want to do overclocking (ie. my Celeron 400 overclocked to 600mHz)? (We're probably talking about boosting the FSB from 66mhz to 100mHz).


Mar 16, 2001
Zagreb, Croatia
Well i'm sorry but i don't think that u'll manage to push that old Mendocino that high(100FSB)...The other thing is that generic RAM is not good 4 overclockin either...in most cases the best ocer is the brand name RAM..Micron,Crucial,Kingmax etc.