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    Hello,

    SO i've been looking at Newegg, and noticed that any DDR3 ram about 1333 has an "(OC)" next to it in regards to motherboard compatibility, does this mean you have to overclock the RAM to get it to work? just looking for some clarification about this, thanks
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    It'll work at OC speeds or slower.. no need to worry about that. Just set the timing as you normally would and whatever the manufacturer ratings for voltage.

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