PC gaming basics: how to set your memory speed and other overclocking basics


There isn’t really that much to say in regards to memory frequency in this pc gaming basics video: the newest motherboards come with UEFI, which is the successor of BIOS and has several options. In the gaming motherboards you can go to OC section, over-clocking, and then check the processor frequency and the RAM frequency.

What you need to do is to set the processor frequency to such a level that the computer runs smoothly. Some of the newest processors let you overclock them so use that function and see where the processor is stable.

After you do this go to the OC section again and then locate Extreme Memory Profiles XMP and then enable that. This will allow your RAM to run at higher frequencies than the default 1333MHz. If the RAMs can run up to 2400MHz, then increment from 1333 to 1600 to 1800 and so on until you get the highest sweet spot, where the computer is stable.

Now you’re ready to play the games you wanted to.

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