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  1. #1
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    Default Is my DRAM acceptable for overclocking?

    I just purchased a system from Puget and went with the basic Kingston DDR-1333 RAM (KVR1333D3N9/4G), thinking that I had no interest in overclocking the CPU. However, now that I have the system I'm having second thoughts about trying to overclock (CPU is an i5 2500k), but I'm wondering whether overclocking is still feasible with this memory. If not, does Puget allow returns if I want to upgrade the memory?

    Any advice appreciated.

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    Default Re: Is my DRAM acceptable for overclocking?

    The standard Kingston ram will allow an overclock. Please keep in mind though that if you overclock the system yourself, you will void your warranty as we can't be responsible for the machine if you use it beyond manufacturer specification. Please make sure you have adequate cooling if you do attempt an overclock.
    Wilson Chau - System Specialist
    wchau@pugetsystems.com
    http://www.pugetsystems.com

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