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Thread: cosair dominator pc2-8500 +asus p5k-E




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    Default cosair dominator pc2-8500 +asus p5k-E

    will this memory definitely work with my board??????????

    as i am thinking of buying 4 gb as updatin my setup

    also is there anyone who can say they have used both combinations and say it definitey works together???

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    Default Re: cosair dominator pc2-8500 +asus p5k-E

    http://www.corsair.com/testreports/r...26&m_id=184924

    According to the folks at Corsair, it works and has been successfully tested. Most memory manufacturers will have information regarding compatibility with current motherboards.

    Good luck.
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    According to the folks at Corsair, it works and has been successfully tested. Most memory manufacturers will have information regarding compatibility with current motherboards.

    Good luck.[/quote]

    thank you very much darthtanion you are the man. the number of posts you have says so, but on that link it says rev1.3 is thatthe model type that ineed i hear people say about v1.2 see only reason i ask all help much appreciated

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    Default Re: cosair dominator pc2-8500 +asus p5k-E

    While revision types of motherboards can often make a difference, I have not heard of any issues with the revision of the memory modules. Somebody can correct me if I'm wrong, but I haven't heard of any problems in this area. Generally your newer revisions on your modules will give you better timings and latency on the RAM.
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