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Hello every one I am new here and this is my first build. I just got my P8Z77-V PRO and wanted to know which memory module should i buy. I don't want 4gb module. I want 16 gb 8 gb in each bank so that in future I can upgrade to 32 gb if needed. I prefer the module in blue or black since board is blue. Please give me link if possible.
Thanks.

Corsasir Vengence is Black biggrin.gif and can get in 8gb modules

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233246
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Vinumsv thanks for your reply. Was also looking at
www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231569&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL121112&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL121112-_-EMC-121112-Index-_-DesktopMemory-_-20231569-L020B

Will this work with my board.
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Vinumsv thanks for your reply. Was also looking at
www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231569&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL121112&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL121112-_-EMC-121112-Index-_-DesktopMemory-_-20231569-L020B
Will this work with my board.

You'll never need more than 8GB - I got 16GB and regret getting so much.
The Corsairs are good wink.gif
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You'll never need more than 8GB - I got 16GB and regret getting so much.
The Corsairs are good wink.gif

Agreed on Corsairs - I have 'em in my rig, though in the past few days I saw a Dutch comparison of various memory at various speeds compared using in-game benchmarks. Not a freaking difference in FPS. All the same across the board. I'll see if I can find it again.

I have 16Gb, but I can justify it as I tend to have a lot of apps running and when I'm working on projects I can have up to 75% of it in use, usually with virtualized OS's taking up the biggest chunks. For most users, 8Gb is more than enough. Memory is dirt cheap right now, so fill up based on needs and budget. If gaming only, get 8Gb as it's plenty and adding more memory requires just a bit more power and resources to manage. If every FPS counts, stick with 8.
post #885 of 1288
There's a firmware update for Asmedia USB.



There's 2 different ones, the version 2 failed for me so I used: Asus USB 3.0 FW Update Tool v1.0 which starts the above shown process.
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post #886 of 1288
Thanks guys.
Updated the ASmedia FW on my P8Z77-V to the newest one.

1 Question .
Can we use the AI Suite II for P8Z77-V Pro on P8Z77-V?
I noticed for the Pro version the AI Suite II is much newer version.

Thanks!
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Anyone else having problems with the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe mobo and win 8? I tried downloading all the updates from the website, I install them and my keyboard and mouse nolonger works in windows. I had to revert back to before I installed. anyone else having this problem?
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You'll never need more than 8GB - I got 16GB and regret getting so much.
The Corsairs are good wink.gif

Sounds like something Bill Gates would say rolleyes.gif
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I have 16gb of ram because I have fun with ramdisk..

@ brimur

my ramdisk is faster than your sdd raid0



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Sounds like something Bill Gates would say rolleyes.gif

I wish I had his amount of money wink.gif
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