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Hi guys, a friend CSX DIablo 2000MHz sells very cheap, but I have several questions before buying.

These reports carry more voltage DDR3 now sold.
I've seen reviews, and it seems that may eventually need 2.0v for 2000MHz.

I have an AMD platform, now I have a Gigabyte 790XTA-UD4, but some days I get a MSI 890FXA-GD70.

The question is, can assemble these CSX Diablo on my platform?
There is a risk for giving 2.0v to the memory?
Something could happen to the memory controller?

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As far as I know AMD has no problems running the RAM @ higher voltages, 2.0V in your case. The memory controller is not affected.
Tell your friend to let you try those sticks on your system, and if everything is OK, you can buy them. (Never heard of that RAM.)
Dont buy that MSI board, buy something else, like ASUS, Gigabyte, BIOSTAR(890FX) or wait for the new 990FX boards
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They are good ram for benching, but thats about it. Buy cheaper Gskill PSC based ram and you can bench as well as run them at good speeds and timings on an X6 based system. On X4 based systems, hyper based memory will be better. SO look out for a cheap deal for either corsair ver 2.1 memory or most of the hyper based super talent kits.
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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post
As far as I know AMD has no problems running the RAM @ higher voltages, 2.0V in your case. The memory controller is not affected.
Tell your friend to let you try those sticks on your system, and if everything is OK, you can buy them. (Never heard of that RAM.)
Dont buy that MSI board, buy something else, like ASUS, Gigabyte, BIOSTAR(890FX) or wait for the new 990FX boards
Thanks.

On the one hand I'm glad I will not have problems in setting up these memories, but then, why do not you advise the MSI 890FXA?

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Originally Posted by mav2000 View Post
They are good ram for benching, but thats about it. Buy cheaper Gskill PSC based ram and you can bench as well as run them at good speeds and timings on an X6 based system. On X4 based systems, hyper based memory will be better. SO look out for a cheap deal for either corsair ver 2.1 memory or most of the hyper based super talent kits.

Thanks.

Sienceramente, here in Spain do not have much variety to choose from......
For example, Adata, Super Talent, etc. .. these marks are very difficult to see here.
Here you only see G.Skill, Corsair, Kingston, Mushking, etc. ..

Well, I do not know that these rams will go with the 890FXA, but I'm going to buy anyway, total, for 50 € worth ..

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