Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R CPU: Intel E8400 Ram: Corsair XMS3 8gb DDR3 1333MHz Ello everybody, In the past I have overclocked this system from 3 MHz (default), upto 3.6 MHz. However, although I have recently been running at default settings, I have also today upgraded my ram from 2GB 800 MHz DDR2, to 8GB 1333MHz DDR3. With this in mind, I figured I might as well squeeze some extra juice out the processor and give my system a minor upgrade. So once again I repeated the steps To do this I: Disabled EIST Disabled C1E Enable CPU Host Clock Control Set CPU Host Frequency to 400 MHz Set PCI Express Frequency 100 MHz Changed System Memory Multiplier (SPD) to 2 Now that I have 1333 MHz RAM, does that mean that I have to alter the System Memory Multiplier (or any other settings) in any other kind of way? When you highlight the area in which you change the System Memory Multiplier, it gives a number of options which appear to be related to RAM types. It says: + -> 800 Strapping # -> 1333 Strapping ~ -> 1600 Strapping When you go to alter the settings, it gives a range of numbers, and some of them have the aforementioned symbols next to them. ~ (1600) is next to the number 4, and #(1333) is also next to number 4. So can somebody please explain to me if this means I should set my Memory multiplier and if so, to which value (3.33 is offered as a value, which would set my memory multiplier to 1332, which is only 1 value below 1333 - maybe this?) . Are there any other options that I will have to change to accomodate my new memory? Or would leaving this at "auto" have the same effect? Thanks a lot.