Quote: Originally Posted by spec009
Thanks, my PC showed blue screen every time when I have installed OCZ PC 12000 I removed it and install g. skill PC 10600 now works with no problem
When I've put faster RAM in a PC and let it use the default settings, I get the normal frequency for the PC, not the RAM. (That's DDR3-1066 on my current system.) I need to manually set a higher RAM multiplier in the BIOS to get the rated frequency. I also have to make sure that the RAM voltages and timings are set to the RAM maker's specs.
Some PCs can be set to use the XMP information in the RAM, if it's present.
If you don't want to mess with that stuff, stay with RAM intended to run at the normal frequencies.