Memory Speed?

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#1

which one I chosse ? :confused:
Lower Cas Latency ?


or Higher Memory speed ?

which one is real faster ? and more space for Over clock ?
TIA :slight_smile:


#2

Those g.skill should be faster. :slight_smile:

Damn thats expensive ram, you like to get high performance stuff huh :eek:


#3

Generally many enthusiasts tend to favor slower memory which allows them to run aggressive timings.

:cool::cool:


#4

[QUOTE=eric93se;2558307]Those g.skill should be faster. :slight_smile:

Damn thats expensive ram, you like to get high performance stuff huh :eek:[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the info :slight_smile: eric93se
because I got many [B]memory crash [/B]when I over clock CPU ?

one more question
how about memory size 6GB or 12GB ? ( for LGA 1366 )
more ram is better performance ?

thanks :slight_smile:


#5

Does your motherboard have any issues with the above mentioned ram?

Have your checked into this?

:cool::cool:


#6

[QUOTE=platinumsword;2558317]Does your motherboard have any issues with the above mentioned ram?

Have your checked into this?

:cool::cool:[/QUOTE]

above ram No I didn’t order
and I never check about MB and Ram issues my old system

Thanks for the info platinumsword :slight_smile:


#7

Its very rare for someone to ‘need’ 12GB ram, you would know if you needed it :wink:


#8

[QUOTE=eric93se;2558713]Its very rare for someone to ‘need’ 12GB ram, you would know if you needed it ;)[/QUOTE]

I can’t find any difference between 6GB and 12GB :iagree:
but many people says more is better :confused:


#9

Not alwys, depends on your needs and your OS running…


#10

[QUOTE=Burnsama;2558717]I can’t find any difference between 6GB and 12GB :iagree:
but many people says more is better :confused:[/QUOTE]

It is like chef said it really (“depends on your needs and your OS”) if you are
planning on doing a lot of HD high quality video editing it might come in handy
or if you are doing a lot of large high quality photo work in say Adobe Photo Shop
then it will be a great help to have more than say 4 or 6GB.

You will need to be running a 64bit OS for it to see more than 3.25GB of Ram as
a 32bit OS is limited to under 4GB that it can see and use.


#11

[QUOTE=Burnsama;2558262]which one I chosse ? :confused:
Lower Cas Latency ?


or Higher Memory speed ?

[B]which one is real faster [/B] ? and more space for Over clock ?
TIA :)[/QUOTE]
Those modules are pairs.
Intel 9 series CPU’s require triples.

Running multiple sets of RAM modules will cause extra delays when addressing the second set, and increasing your delays (and thereby limiting output). Spend the extra and get high capacity modules if you need them - check the ram timings are not affected between, ie, 2GB modules and 4GB modules of the same series.


#12

thanks for the info chef getit29 debro :slight_smile:
Info
Motherboard ASUS Rampage III Formula LGA 1366
Use this first : [B]Ram G skill Trident DDR3 2000 CL9 ( 2GB X 6 ) Total 12GB[/B]
and start built next week when I got all parts
OS : Win7 Ultimate 64Bit


#13

[QUOTE=Burnsama;2558896]thanks for the info chef getit29 debro :slight_smile:
Info
Motherboard ASUS Rampage III Formula LGA 1366
Use this first : [B]Ram G skill Trident DDR3 2000 CL9 ( 2GB X 6 ) Total 12GB[/B]
and start built next week when I got all parts
OS : Win7 Ultimate 64Bit[/QUOTE]

I got problem
don’t have IDE channel :doh: ( ASUS Rampage III Formula )
Sigh … Sigh


#14

[QUOTE=Burnsama;2558916]I got problem
don’t have IDE channel :doh: ( ASUS Rampage III Formula )
Sigh … Sigh[/QUOTE]

Yep it seems a lot of the newer mobo’s are coming out without any IDE connectors
or a floppy connector. I guess it is because they think IDE is a thing of the past just
like the floppy drives are supposed to be.

You can always buy a add on card with a IDE connector on it if needed and if you have
any room to install a add on card in there that is.


#15

[QUOTE=getit29;2558918]Yep it seems a lot of the newer mobo’s are coming out without any IDE connectors
or a floppy connector. I guess it is because they think IDE is a thing of the past just
like the floppy drives are supposed to be.

You can always buy a add on card with a IDE connector on it if needed and if you have
any room to install a add on card in there that is.[/QUOTE]

I Try it
but
ASUS P6T v1201
Boot Drive Missing Error
#1. Install Card connect to HDD or ODD after reboot
#2. First generation OCZ Revo PCI SSD card
( it boot only without ODD and HDD ) ( any single ODD or HDD connect onboard SATA or IDE it can’t boot )
it was very hard time and another :Z HIS 5750 Video Card crash problem
it was No Driver for Revo around 2 to 3 month ago

[B]Gigabyte 100% No problem add on card and PCI base SSD
Great Boot option menu[/B]


#16

Set “other devices” as the first bootable device …
That’s only if the bios hasn’t detected your ide HDD …