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post #2051 of 6915
Hey everyone i was going to be buying
the z77 sabertooth mobo soon but was
also wondering what RAM i should buy.
i am looking for a 4x8 (32 gig) ram kit
and also the heatsinks can be removed as i
have bought 4 of Koolance's RAM-33
liquid cooling blocks for my next liquid cooled pc.
thanks everyone.
also it has to be anywhere from DDR3 2400 to DDR3 1866.
post #2052 of 6915
Quote:
Originally Posted by LuckyNumber13 View Post

Hey everyone i was going to be buying
the z77 sabertooth mobo soon but was
also wondering what RAM i should buy.
i am looking for a 4x8 (32 gig) ram kit
and also the heatsinks can be removed as i
have bought 4 of Koolance's RAM-33
liquid cooling blocks for my next liquid cooled pc.
thanks everyone.
also it has to be anywhere from DDR3 2400 to DDR3 1866.
Got Cash?smile.gif http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233271 thats on the QVL


how much do you want to spend.. there are alot of choices and compatibility has been an issue with this board on some builds using all 4 dimms hopefully their newly released Bios today solved some of that:thumb:
post #2053 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

Got Cash?smile.gif http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233271 thats on the QVL
how much do you want to spend.. there are alot of choices and compatibility has been an issue with this board on some builds using all 4 dimms hopefully their newly released Bios today solved some of that:thumb:
not too worried about the cost factor just don't want to
buy a RAM kit that's not compatable and that i can't
remove the heatsinks..i know it's gonna cost around 4 or 5 prob..
post #2054 of 6915
Quote:
Originally Posted by LuckyNumber13 View Post

not too worried about the cost factor just don't want to
buy a RAM kit that's not compatable and that i can't
remove the heatsinks..i know it's gonna cost around 4 or 5 prob..

This is also on the qvl not the speed you wanted though. I dont see a lot of supported 8gb modules

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220647
post #2055 of 6915
also i know this might sound kinda
silly but there is a reason.
when you have the comp on for a bit
does the armor part of the motherboard
get hot.?like above 80F?
i only ask because i recently got into airbrushing
and want to try this paint out.it turns clear
when it reaches approx.80*F and anything underneath
this paint shows up and the paint is complete transparent.
post #2056 of 6915
Quote:
Originally Posted by LuckyNumber13 View Post

also i know this might sound kinda
silly but there is a reason.
when you have the comp on for a bit
does the armor part of the motherboard
get hot.?like above 80F?
i only ask because i recently got into airbrushing
and want to try this paint out.it turns clear
when it reaches approx.80*F and anything underneath
this paint shows up and the paint is complete transparent.
Sorry don't have any temps I can give .I'm still in the build process.wink.gif
post #2057 of 6915
Just a quick question on the BIOS. Only just got the board and checked the bios and I believe it is on v1015. So far had no issues (not done much though) but was there anything major that was fixed in some of the newer updates that would be worth upgrading it for?

Cheers
post #2058 of 6915
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Originally Posted by razalom View Post

Just a quick question on the BIOS. Only just got the board and checked the bios and I believe it is on v1015. So far had no issues (not done much though) but was there anything major that was fixed in some of the newer updates that would be worth upgrading it for?
Cheers
New BIOS releases have addressed memory compatibility..Usb issues..system stability..Windows 8 compatibility..video card issues..if your not having any issues I don't see a need to update..but its up to you.smile.gif
post #2059 of 6915
OK cheers for the quick reply. Will wait a little to see whats happening with the machine and if anything is misbehaving before doing an update.
post #2060 of 6915
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Originally Posted by razalom View Post

OK cheers for the quick reply. Will wait a little to see whats happening with the machine and if anything is misbehaving before doing an update.
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