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Hmmm, so you have it installed into one of the red slots, but when you run HD Tach or some benchmark you get SATAII speeds? Is that correct?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by strikermax;14644856 
... but first I must choose what memory to buy.
This will be my Gaming Rig So I am looking for performance.
The CPU is a 2600K, I am new to overclocking so I would like the memory be descent and won't break the bank!!
What memory do you all would recommend? and How much?
Thanks for your help!!!
Cheers

DDR3 memory is ridiculously cheap at the moment, so I'd fill up the slots, meaning get 16 GB if you can afford it, though 8 GB is most likely plenty for basic gamming and is budget friendly. As to what brand and model of RAM, well depends on what you like, want, type of CPU cooler you'll use and have clearance for. 1600's is kind of the sweet spot on memory speed in terms of price/performance, and overclockability, though you could save more dropping down to 1333's or get slightly faster w/ 1800-2200 speed, just stay below 1.65V according to the Asus User Guide / Intel CPU rec's.

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- G. SKILL
Ripjaws X's, Pi's and Sniper series are all popular choices.
- CORSAIR
Vengeance, DOMINATOR GT are the popular choices, or XMS3 and Vengeance LP's for lower profile RAM.
- MUSHKIN
Enhanced Redline are overlooked but very good quality and would like nice on this board. Not sure why this brand has been left off the QVL so far ?

- CRUCIAL
Ballistix's are kind of overlooked IMO, but good.
- PATRIOT
Viper Xtreme, Vipers & G(amer)'s are OK I guess, but I've never used.
- KINGSTON
Kingston HyperX are also decent but probably look better on a different motherboard.
- GeIL
is good but hard to find depending on where you live.

- PNY
personally, I'd stay away from them, but YMMV.
- OCZ
personally, I'd stay away from them, but YMMV.

... and I'd look on NewEgg, Fry's or similar
(I can't recommend TigerDirect after they screwed me) for Memory deals that them seem to have VERY REGULARLY.

INFORMATIVE TOPIC's ;
anandtech Article - Sandy-Bridge Memory Scaling, Choosing the Best ddr3 = credit to Utnorris
Overclocking & Choosing RAM for Sandybridge H67/P67/Z68 by OCN member munaim1
Why get 1600MHz RAM if Intel Core i7 2600k CPU only supports up to 1333MHz? by OCN member Benz145


EDIT: ADDing to List the RED memory sticks, as it looks the best w/ this Board, and people ask about them regularly.

- G. SKILL
Ripjaws X's 106791030-177x150-0-0_g+skill+g+skill+ripjaws+x+series+16gb+4+x+4gb+240+.jpg - Standard Ripjaws GSkill-Ripjaws-F3-10666CL9D-8GBRL-8GB-2x4GB-DDR3-Desktop-RAM.png
{Height = 40mm Ripjaws X's / 40mm Ripjaws / btw Snipers are 42mm and Pi's are 56mm and Trident's are 55mm}

- G. SKILL
FLARE's LD0000779609_1_0000779614.jpg
{Height = 59mm}

- CORSAIR
Vengeance AsusMaximusIVGene-ZOwner004-1-2.jpg - Vengeance LP attachment-1.png
{Height = 52.5mm Vengeance / 26.5mm LP Vengeance}

- CORSAIR
DOMINATOR GT imageview.jpg
{Height = 54mm}

- MUSHKIN
Enhanced Redline Ridgebacks 05205208912l.jpg
{Height = 40mm}

- GeIL
Gaming EVO 1efeb77291791571739638d6622e1ad0.jpg
{Height = ??mm but it's TALL !}

... not sure if there are OTHER RED RAM Kits ?



... CORSAIR VENGEANCE vs. G.Skill RipJawsX in how Tall is TALL ? tongue.gif


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I agree with LA_Kings_Fan, i just didnt went for 16gb out of im planning to upgrade with ivy bridge, probably just the cpu first and see from there what the mobos offer, there are rumors that it will support very high bandwidthmemory, so maybe manufacturers are starting to devlop it in masses at standard voltages, but then again my guess maybe intel is just going to bump it to 1600.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by utnorris;14639264 
Honestly, it will probably work, but you may not get the temps you want. It also depends on the rad. A thicker rad will have a little more surface area than a thinner one giving you slightly better temps. Either way it will be close since the HD6950 will be the part creating the most heat. Ideally, you would want a triple rad or equivalent, i.e. a dual and single rad setup. But I say go for it and see if you are happy with the results. Also, it will depend on if you are cooling the whole card or just the GPU, so keep that in mind.

Thanks for the reply - yeah the 6950 block will be a full cover, gpu, ram, and mosfets. The dual 120 rad is the thin type, and is the only option i have really because of the 6950 being so long. I have a single 120 that i could try fit somewhere without butchering the case (Lian-Li PC-V531) too much.

here is what it looks like so far:

DPP_0002.jpg

had to make brackets for the radiator and fan - 3mm clearence from rad to video card
DPP_0001.jpg

I'm going to see if temps will be acceptable having both the cpu ang gpu in the loop. Not really going for high overclocks with this system.
Edited by glide 1 - 8/19/11 at 9:32pm
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Yeah, I would try it and see if it's acceptable. The SB cpu won't need much, but the GPU will, but depending on how high your fans are and your ambient you might be fine.
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To la_kings_fan thank you for answering my question about ram a couple of pages ago.
All parts have now been ordered, just waiting for some paper work to sign and then hopefully I should have everything for my build in time for next weekend (which now sends like an eternity away!).
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man i just recieved my gene z and i5 2500k today. i would like to ask will these support ivy and pcie 3.0 because ivy has pcie 3.0 in the cpu. and let me join this very nice club. thnks:cool:
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LAKF makes great points about how much memory you need and why some are buying more as well as his memory speed comments. Surprised he didn't comment on latency - sorry, cheap shot! Seriously, he put together what you need to know - saving tons of time in research for you! (he does it often, too, so read back in the thread if you need more info).

There are a lot of Vengence owners on this thread, but that can be said for Sniper too. For past ASUS-board builds and over many years, I have had nothing but success with Corsair and Crucial memory.

I don't know of anyone that has used Crucial modules on a P67 or Z68 build, but I bet there are some in this group that will chime in telling you they worked out well.

I am noticing Corsair begining to be a bigger player for major components in many builds, including mine (memory and H60 hydro). I also seriously considered a 600T (black) case and earlier, I had a Corsair SSD in my plans until finally settling on the Vertex. Corsair has expanded their market presence greatly and is still a leading choice for memory modules. I don't think you can go wrong with them.

Nice list LAKF! You have put together many useful pages of linked lists that caught my attention, from this one to drivers, etc. that can benefit many. Maybe we can get them listed and linked to the front page for the group? Don't know how that works, but it would be a great resource. Hell, it could be the model for other such groups to follow in the future. Thanks again for the extra effort to organize this info for everyone! (rep for you, again...'-)

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Quote:
Originally Posted by LA_Kings_Fan;14646122 
DDR3 memory is ridiculously cheap at the moment, so I'd fill up the slots, meaning get 16 GB if you can afford it, though 8 GB is most likely plenty for basic gamming and is budget friendly. As to what brand and model of RAM, well depends on what you like, want, type of CPU cooler you'll use and have clearance for. 1600's is kind of the sweet spot on memory speed in terms of price/performance, and overclockability, though you could save more dropping down to 1333's or get slightly faster w/ 1800-2200 speed, just stay below 1.65V according to the Asus User Guide / Intel CPU rec's.

In general you can't go wrong with ...

- G. SKILL
Ripjaws X's, Pi's and Sniper series are all popular choices.
- CORSAIR
Vengeance, DOMINATOR GT are the popular choices, or XMS3 and Vengeance LP's for lower profile RAM.
- MUSHKIN
Enhanced Redline are overlooked but very good quality and would like nice on this board. Not sure why this brand has been left off the QVL so far ?

- CRUCIAL
Ballistix's are kind of overlooked IMO, but good.
- PATRIOT
Viper Xtreme, Vipers & G(amer)'s are OK I guess, but I've never used.
- KINGSTON
Kingston HyperX are also decent but probably look better on a different motherboard.
- GeIL
is good but hard to find depending on where you live.

- PNY
personally, I'd stay away from them.
- OCZ
personally, I'd stay away from them.

... and I'd look on NewEgg, Fry's or similar
(I can't recommend TigerDirect after they screwed me) for Memory deals that them seem to have VERY REGULARLY.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MerkageTurk;14653366 
man i just recieved my gene z and i5 2500k today. i would like to ask will these support ivy and pcie 3.0 because ivy has pcie 3.0 in the cpu. and let me join this very nice club. thnks:cool:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kvjavs;14632591 
No, the GENE-Z won't have PCI-E 3.0 support from what I understand. But it shouldn't matter.

You made a good choice. As for Ivy Bridge support, it should but nothing has been confirmed except sockets. If you need more info be sure to check out the GENE-Z owner's club in my sig. Lots of knowledgable owners there.

Kvjavs posted this in another thread and I believe he's correct, there may be some Ivy Bridge crossover support for the Gene-Z, but there's really no way to upgrade to PCI-E 3.0 support w/o a different MoBo that already would support it natively. But it's the same old story ... do you wait because there's something better coming, in which case isn't there ALWAYS something better coming thus you're ALWAYS waiting, /or do you pull the trigger and BUY NOW and get the best of what's on the market NOW, with the upside being you got it and can play with it NOW. smile.gif so be happy about that!


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Hey, for those wondering what ram you should get for this board, and what speed, newegg currently has 8gb Gskill Ripjaws X 1866mhz for $69.99, the same exact price for 8gb Gskill Ripjaws X 1600mhz kit. So, for the same price tag as the 1600mhz, you can get slightly faster ram :]

I also own the 1866mhz kit, and not only does it work fantastically with this board, it looks great too since the heatsinks are red biggrin.gif
Edited by konoii - 8/20/11 at 12:20pm
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