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question about overclock memory speed

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should i buy memory speed more than 2933 if im not planning to overclock memory speed?

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1 minute ago, jumbo9i0 said:

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should i buy memory speed more than 2933 if im not planning to overclock memory speed?

umm we will need more information. what are your system specs? what do you plan on doing with it?

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10 minutes ago, PoopThatTookAPee said:

umm we will need more information. what are your system specs? what do you plan on doing with it?

ummm i dont have system specs. what about in general?

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What are you planning on getting exactly?聽

Also are you looking at an Intel cpu. Because 2933 is the official spec sheet before you technically overclock the imc. Though getting something above that is totally fine. As the imc will handle it.聽

26 minutes ago, jumbo9i0 said:

if im not planning to overclock memory speed?

Xmp isn't really an overclock imo.聽

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5 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

What are you planning on getting exactly?聽

Also are you looking at an Intel cpu. Because 2933 is the official spec sheet before you technically overclock the imc. Though getting something above that is totally fine. As the imc will handle it.聽

Xmp isn't really an overclock imo.聽

XMP by definition is an overclocking technology. XMP is designed to make overclocking memory available to all.

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Is there any particular reason you don鈥檛 want to overclock your memory? I, like most people, would really suggest it.

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1 minute ago, alatron978 said:

XMP by definition is an overclocking technology

I know. Technically it is. Though in the real world it's pretty simple.聽

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Just now, TofuHaroto said:

I know. Technically it is. Though in the real world it's pretty simple.聽

How complicated something is doesn't mean its overclocking or not. Anyone can overclock a 10900K to 5.3ghz for example, you just set it in the bios. Would that be a good 5.3ghz overclock though? No. Just like XMP is very easy to set, but XMP is a very bad memory overclock in technical terms.

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