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    Default How much memory for ex58 ud3r?

    Im currently using core i7 920 with ud3r motherboard running on 3 x 1GB corsair ram. I've not overclocked my system.
    How much memory can it take at maximum tri channel use and which memory module would you recommend? I've found Kingston and Crucial kits (12GB/16GB/24GB) but are there other reliable brands?

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    Default Re: How much memory for ex58 ud3r?

    I would say 6-12Gb would be easy to use, and still allow you to overclock. Much more than that is where you might have issues with your overclocks and even may possibly need to underclock the ram or use loose timings.

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    Default Re: How much memory for ex58 ud3r?

    Intel<sup>®</sup> Core™ i7 Processor and X58 Chipset support


    The EX58-UD3R was designed specifically to take advantage of the raw power of the next generation Intel<sup>®</sup> Core i7 processors and the Intel<sup>®</sup> X58 Express chipset, whose new evolution in computing architecture is able to deliver an amazing performance break through from past processor generations. Replacing the Front Side Bus is the new Quick Path Interconnect, or QPI, whose 25.6 GB/sec transfer rate (double the bandwidth of the 1600MHz FSB) eliminates the communication bottleneck between the processor and chipset.
    The Intel<sup>®</sup> Core i7 processors also feature an integrated memory controller inside the processor die and support 192bit 3-channel DDR3 memory that delivers a 50% memory bandwidth enhancement and lower memory latency for incredibly fast memory access. Additionally, The EX58-UD3R features Intel<sup>®</sup> Turbo Boost Technology, which is able to power down idle processor cores and dynamically reroute the power to the active cores for significant performance boosts, and at the same time, maintain greater energy efficiency.

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    Default Re: How much memory for ex58 ud3r?

    Quote Originally Posted by webappln View Post
    Intel<sup>®</sup> Core™ i7 Processor and X58 Chipset support


    The EX58-UD3R was designed specifically to take advantage of the raw power of the next generation Intel<sup>®</sup> Core i7 processors and the Intel<sup>®</sup> X58 Express chipset, whose new evolution in computing architecture is able to deliver an amazing performance break through from past processor generations. Replacing the Front Side Bus is the new Quick Path Interconnect, or QPI, whose 25.6 GB/sec transfer rate (double the bandwidth of the 1600MHz FSB) eliminates the communication bottleneck between the processor and chipset.
    The Intel<sup>®</sup> Core i7 processors also feature an integrated memory controller inside the processor die and support 192bit 3-channel DDR3 memory that delivers a 50% memory bandwidth enhancement and lower memory latency for incredibly fast memory access. Additionally, The EX58-UD3R features Intel<sup>®</sup> Turbo Boost Technology, which is able to power down idle processor cores and dynamically reroute the power to the active cores for significant performance boosts, and at the same time, maintain greater energy efficiency.

    <table x:str="" style="border-collapse: collapse; width: 74pt;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="98"><col style="width: 74pt;" width="98"><tr style="height: 20.25pt;" height="27"> <td class="xl24" style="height: 20.25pt; width: 74pt;" width="98" height="27"> Geeks </td> </tr></table>
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