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I am about to start a new configuration a QX9770 based on rampage extreme X48. It remains to be determined the choice of RAM. I will of course overclock everything and therefore I need advice/opinions on the type of RAM, the make, model etc. I personally throw my vest on FLEX EX OCZ 4GB 2x 2GB PC3-16000 2000MHz who are Section 8 of origin. Now I ask myself the question of possible incompatibilities and also the value to go up to 16,000 of the PC?

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Re: DDR3 PC-16000 2000mhz

To use @ 1000MHz cas8, you must mount the FSB @ 500.

Thus, a QuadCore with 500 FSB stable in H24, plus a motherboard that supports 1000MHz

You should make the turn at lower frequencies with a smaller case for example.

For overclock and not H24, yes its working very well.
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Re: DDR3 PC-16000 2000mhz

Indeed, 500 fsb it is a lot and it's good for the H24 with a good air cooling. In these conditions 2000 MHz RAM has to be under exploited. In after what I have read, the QX9770 suport a little over 460 FSB, is variable and after the motherboard also has a role to play. In these circumstances it would be wiser to rely on the PC 14400?
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Re: DDR3 PC-16000 2000mhz

The PC16000 costs more expensive, but you can take the PC14400, yes.

PC16000 OCZ Rs. 9750 approx.
PC14400 Rs. 9100 approx.

Then you can even take the PC12800
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Re: DDR3 PC-16000 2000mhz

For the same price you should be able to mount a config Core i7,

There is a reason to stay in socket 775?

I tested the PC16000 which was based on D9GTR chip (micron), it worked a lot and it was among the least expensive, 1000MHz to keep in x48 it will take a lot of volts or a card with nvidia chipset.
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