How to Overclock Your RAM

These snappy sticks overclock rather well, although any high-performance RAM should suffice Overclocking memory is not quite the ticker-tape parade of increased performance found when boosting your GPU or CPU, but that does not mean it should not be considered. A lot of memory comes boasting great overclockability (of course it's a word) but many builders are so keen on tweaking other components, they plum forget all about it. Whilst tweaking your RAM is unlikely to yield noticeably higher frame rates in your favourite games, it can make a big difference to desktop use and file operations - and that alone makes it worth it. Plus, overclocking is one of the many things that make being a PC owner so great. We would overclock our keyboards if we could. But how does one get the most out of those innocuous sticks of RAM? There are a number of approaches, and like CPU overclocking your best bet is to head into the BIOS. Since we mentioned CPUs, if you are already running your CPU overclocked that will affect your RAM; particularly if you've increased the BLCK setting. Likewise, upgrading your rig with high performance, high-headroom RAM can open up further possibilities for boosting your CPU. Intel 6 series chipsets (H61, H67, P67 and Z68) are highly integrated fellas. The reason you can not get far by boosting the BLCK anymore is because you are overclocking the whole Northbridge, which controls both the PCI-e and RAM clock settings too, and it's a big ask to demand all your other components overclock as well as your CPU and its huge cooler. Thus, increasing BLCK is best used as a final measure to squeeze a few final Hertz from your CPU. If you've got RAM that can withstand timings as high as 2,133MHz though, you can squeeze a few Hertz more still, but it's memory frequency and latency that will give you the big RAM overclocks. When you've raised all these elements to their limits, there's still voltage increase to consider. Increasing voltage is like getting an overdraft - it buys you more room for manoeuvre, but increasing it by too much can be dangerous. We would advise 1.7V is as high as you would need to go; you could probably go higher without causing permanent damage, but it probably would not allow you that much more performance. A lot of RAM is sold as overclocking-grade these days, but to squeeze the rated speeds out of your particular sticks will require a little overclocking nouse. But we ought to be wringing every last drop of performance from our memory. By the end of this tutorial you will be lowering the latency of your RAM like my tenuous metaphors lower the bar for humour in this mag. A decent set of DDR3 RAM If you've got G.Skill's monstrous RipJawsX from the gaming rig in our system building feature then happy days. Those blue sticks overclock incredibly well. Otherwise pick a kit with high rated frequencies and that's got low-latency and/or low voltages. CAS Latency: Time between the CPU asking for data and RAM releasing it. RAS to CAS delay: Time to organise a Row Access Strobe line and Column Access Strobe in memory. RAS Pre-charge: Or rTP, the time taken to disable one RAS line and active the next. Active to pre-charge delay: Or tRAS, the time taken between memory access. Six different ways to make the most of your memory The BIOS: Incomprehensible to some, but to the overclocker it's home. Here you will find DRAM frequency, usually located in modern EFI BIOS' overclocking/volting options screen. Most DDR3 RAM runs at 1,333MHz, but overclocking RAM such as G.Skill's RipJawsX will happily run at 2,133MHz. Ramp it up incrementally, though. If your PC boots, restart it and increase the frequency some more. Run the memory bandwidth test in SiSoft's Sandra. This will also give you an idea of just how much you've increased your memory throughput with the boosted RAM. Running a game wo not give you much feedback; it's desktop responsiveness and speedy file operations you are after, so if your system remains stable while kicking about with Sandra, it's time to push it further. You probably wo not get past 2,133 MHz in the DRAM frequency menu because the options go up in such large chunks, but that's not the end of the road for frequency boosting. You can use the BCLK (usually in the same BIOS menu) to raise CPU and RAM frequency together, and in much smaller increments - by 0.5 if need be. Remember though, you are overclocking the CPU as well... ...which makes it harder to pinpoint exactly how much extra performance is coming from memory. Again, SiSoft's Sandra will give you accurate readouts by stressing memory only. If you've already overclocked your CPU within an inch of its life, including the base clock, obviously there's no further boost you can give to memory frequency here. The other pot o' performance gold is latency. To start tweaking this you will need to know your RAM's stock SPD settings. CPU-Z will put you in the know with its SPD tab. They should read something like 7-8-7-24. Each number relates to the time it takes to perform specific functions - CAS latency, RAS to CAS delay, RAS precharge, and active to precharge delay. For overclocking, you will want to focus your attention on CAS latency, which is the time it takes between the CPU to ask for data and memory to provide it. A lower response time is obviously better, so find CAS latency in your BIOS' DRAM timings screen, and lower it by as little as possible. If you ramped up frequency first, you will likely be working back towards the stock timing. Our unflappable G.Skill RipJawsX 4 GB kit got put through its paces on an Asus P8Z68 V Pro board with a Core i5 2500K. We found the best performance increase in both synthetic and real-world tests came from increasing memory frequency. Lowering CAS latency reaped its own benefits, but we found the balance between the two should favour increased frequency. Click here to view at full resolution

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1. MacBook Air Memory Help?

If you have a lot of media you plan to store on your computer, such as movies and (lots of) music, then I would go with the 256 GB of solid state storage. If you are comfortable using the cloud for most of your media, such as Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Pandora, etc., then I would get the 128 GB of storage (unless you can easily afford the 256 GB). Other files such as Microsoft Office files or pictures do not take up a lot of space at all and you do not need to worry about those. If you plan to install lots and lots of big programs (i.e. Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, Photoshop, Aperture, etc.) then I would go with the 256 GB of storage just for piece of mind. It really all comes down to your media habits. And of course, remember that you can always buy a large external hard drive if you have to.

2. Can I play the Sims 3 on my laptop?

5 GB for Laptops) Video Memory: 128 MB (GeForce FX 5900/Radeon 9500) (GeForce Go 6200/Radeon Mobile 9600 for Laptops) Sound Card: DirectX Compatible DirectX: 9.0c Keyboard & Mouse For computers using built-in graphics chipsets, the game requires at least: Intel Integrated Chipset, GMA X3000 or above. 2.6 GHz Pentium D CPU, or 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo, or equivalent 0.5 GB additional RAM SUPPORTED VIDEO CARDS NVIDIA GeForce series FX 5900, FX 5950 6200, 6500, 6600, 6800, 7200, 7300, 7600, 7800, 7900, 7950 8400, 8500, 8600, 8800 9600, 9800, GTX 260, GTX 280 ATI Radeon" series 9500, 9600, 9800 X300, X600, X700, X800, X850 X1300, X1600, X1800, X1900, X1950 2400, 2600, 2900 3450, 3650, 3850, 3870, 4850, 4870 Intel Extreme Graphics GMA X3-00 series i think it might work, since its vista its a newer model so it will have a new video card but if it dosnt, you cant play it nor switch the card...

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3. I need this question answered by sunday?

The well-known surrealistic piece introduced the image of the soft melting pocket watch. It epitomizes Dal's theory of 'softness' and 'hardness', which was central to his thinking at the time. Although fundamentally part of Dal's Freudian phase, the imagery predicts his transition to the scientific phase, which occurred after the dropping of the atomic bomb in 1945. It is possible to recognize a human figure in the middle of the composition, in the strange "monster" that Dal used in several period pieces to represent himself - the abstract form becoming something of a self portrait, reappearing frequently in his work. The orange clock at the bottom left of the painting is covered in ants. Dali often used ants in his paintings as a symbol for death. In general the tree means life, but, in this case, it has the same function as the rest of the elements in the picture: to impress anxiety and, in a certain way, terror, although it is likely that it was conceived as a functional element on which to drape one of the watches. The golden cliffs in the upper right hand corner are reminiscent of Dal's homeland, Catalonia, and are derived from the rocks and cliffs at Cape Creus, where the Pyrenees meet the sea. It is rumored that the painting was sprinkled with red wine shortly after it was complete, as was the Mona Lisa. The original idea of this painting came to Dal on a hot summer's day. He was at home with a headache while Gala was out shopping. After his meal he noticed some half eaten Camembert cheese and how runny it had become on account of the heat of the sunny day. That night, while he had been searching his soul for something to paint, he had a dream of clocks melting on a landscape. He went back to the unfinished painting he had been working on, which had a plain landscape with rocky cliffs in the background and a tree on a platform. Over two or three hours he added in the melting pocket watches which made this the iconic image it is today. There is a broken sundial on a wall facing Dali's house in Port Lligat. The part casting a shadow from the sun, protruding from the wall, has long since broken off. It is less than fifty feet from the door of Dali's house. It is pale blue in colour, and today, the paint is fading. The watches in The Persistence of Memory are also a pale blue. The numbers on the sundial are on the bottom of the square sundial, giving the appearance of the numbers having "melted" into place.

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