For those who are unaware of the concept of overclocking, it is basically a method which lets you go beyond the hardware’s indicated peak performance level. This can be done a number of different ways. However, this article will focus solely on the PC’s RAM.
RAM Overclocking Guide
Before anything else, it is vital readers understand that there is a certain level of risk that comes with overclocking. It can not only lead to overheating, but it can also lead to physical damage if left unchecked. As a safety reminder, you should only overclock if you are using matching modules. This means you should have the same speed and manufacturer. Readers should take all of these into consideration and proceed with caution.
To begin, you will need to launch your system-monitoring software. Select the SPD tab and look at memory specifications of your rig. Go into Bios and choose either the Performance or Configuration menu. Once you have selected it, disable the memory profile and start adjusting your memory multiplier. You can make use of a preset overclock option or you can type in the desired value.
If done correctly, you PC should be noticeably faster.