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Alright, I was wanting to buy some high end Memory. Just 16 or 32 GB, but i'll choose that later. What I'm worried about with the Sabertooth Z77 is that the "Memory Standard" for the board is 1866/1600/1333 MHz. Does this mean that I cannot place a 2133 MHz or a 2400 MHz speed ram on the board?

Or would a person just go about by overclocking the ram?


Look under "Memory"


http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/SABERTOOTH_Z77/#specifications
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Does't matter what the board supports or not. It's going to come down the the processor. It has the integrated memory controller and that limits you on what you can stabilize. I'm going to assume that it will let you select 2133mhz divider, and probably even 2400mhz. Stabilizing 4 sticks of either is going to be hard though. Ivy Bridge should do 4 sticks of 2133mhz with a little tweaking and Sandy Bridge should be able to do 4 sticks of 1600mhz/1866mhz with tweaking.
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The manual states it will run 2400 mhz ram,but it does depend on the actual chip you use.
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