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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    Wazza300, that one is not on the qvl. I went to Corsair's sight and they don't show what MBs they've tested their memory with like g.skill does. I have not heard anything bad about Corsair though, so they are still a possibility. I'll keep them in mind.

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    On the reviews for that ram they say it works fine on asus and asrock p67 but no ones commented on gigabyte p67 yet,try and Google around for gigabyte p67 users and see what memory they are running
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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    Got this from G.Skill tech support:

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    All G.Skill RipJaws X will be compatible.<o:p></o:p>
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    that's good news! :) I asked them what G.Skill DDR3 memory was compatible with the GA-P67A-UD3-B3 motherboard.

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    I agree, they should all be fine.

    I was just testing a 8GB 1600 C8 kit for something the other day, worked just fine - except 4GB sticks take some getting used to compared to 2GB sticks.

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    hey gys im currently runnnig gskill trident 4g 2gx2 ddr3 1600, on my p67a-ud3p-b3.
    Can anybody recommend that i should be running at least 8gig. i found the gskill ripjaws 8gb 4gx2 cl9 dd3 1600

    should i stick to 1600 ram only?i am interested in oc'n but im also interested in these DDR3-1600 PC3 12800 8GB(4GB x 2)
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    is there that much a diff between 1600 an 1866 seeing that 2133 isnt really that stable. im using a 2600k processor

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    8GB is not a must, you can use 2x2GB if you want. It's actually easier to overclock the memory when you use 2x2GB

    2133 will be stable if you buy new sticks meant for P67, the Trident were not so that may be why they give you troubles at 2133.

    You can get 1600 or 2133 and either would be fine, if you are liking G.Skill they have many of the Ripjaw X kits that will work perfectly.

    If I were you, and you don't need the 8GB, I'd go ahead and get a 2133 4GB kit from that lineup

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    8GB is not a must, you can use 2x2GB if you want. It's actually easier to overclock the memory when you use 2x2GB

    2133 will be stable if you buy new sticks meant for P67, the Trident were not so that may be why they give you troubles at 2133.

    You can get 1600 or 2133 and either would be fine, if you are liking G.Skill they have many of the Ripjaw X kits that will work perfectly.

    If I were you, and you don't need the 8GB, I'd go ahead and get a 2133 4GB kit from that lineup
    Ok great so theres no problem with 2133 kits then, like not running at full speeds or having issues with that motherboard. i know they recommend 1600 but i see there is that there is specific made ram for the 2nd gen intel chips

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    Ya, there's nothing wrong with 2133 kits made for P67 setups. There is just some issues with older P55/X58 memory in some instances, like some Hyper based memory will not run 2133 no matter what.

    But you'll be fine if you buy a new P67 designed 2133 kit

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    I've ordered and received all my parts. I put the PC together 2 days ago and everything seems to be working like a charm. My Ripjaws barely clear under my V6GT CPU cooler, so that's good. The V6GT barely fits in this case though, but does. The G.Skill memory is running at 2133 with minimal bios tweaking and I have the CPU up to 4.1GHz right now thanks to Gigabytes Easytune6. I stress tested the CPU and Memory using the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and it passed without incident. Here are my current parts:

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    I like the fact that the Memory got a 7.9 in the Windows 7 Experience Index. The rest of the stuff was either 7.5 or 7.6 except for my HD that I didn't upgrade. It's keeping me back at 5.9. I'm waiting to see how the HD technology progresses. Thanks all you tweakers for your help.

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    Default Re: Memory Possibilities on GA-P67A-UD3-B3

    Glad to hear you got everything up and running...

    You stated you are running 4.1ghz using ET6? It is highly suggeted that you do all your overclocking in the bios not in windows. ET6 is really only usfull for see or showing bios settings. Write down the voltages you see listed in ET6 under the Tuner tab, click the Advanced button then Voltage 1 tab.

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