actuaily the processor heatsink has nothing to do with the RAM tempreture besides your RAM shoud be fine as long as your computer dosn't have crashesConsidering its 83 degrees at 11:30 at night and my processor is 62 degrees at idle running 833Mhz slow because of a crappy heatsink I can just imagine what my ram feels like running at 467Mhz without proper cooling.
*looks at postcount*edit: Woohoo 100 posts in 2 years man am I ever active :heh:
I know it doesn't.Player-X said:actuaily the processor heatsink has nothing to do with the RAM tempreture besides your RAM shoud be fine as long as your computer dosn't have crashes
cooliscool that only really applies to socket A system. Unlike you i have no problems running my ram async for some 260fsb goodnesscooliscool said:It's always better to run your ram in sync with your CPU, that way, one doesn't bottleneck the other. I refuse to run at anything but 1:1, ever.. it's like drinking non-alcoholic beer. You get the flavor but not the effect.
OminaeYue.. clean out your PC thoroughly, re-apply your thermal grease, maybe add a fan or two, and clock your CPU back up.. there's no reason why you should be running at a ridiculous 1.33GHz.