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Frequencies matter, but so does the CAS number. You want a high frequency with a low latency. There is a balance, and higher frequency does not always equal better sticks.

Here is the 1866 cas9 2x8GB

Thank you, yea i have no idea what either of them mean haha But i do see c9 and the that G Skill brand in the manual of mother board as certified. But not 16gb is there a reason they dont put that in guide, just to play safe?


Concluding my memtests i will purchase this ram, they seem good. is that brand well respected? So far the stick that failed quickly in slot 1 is on its second pass at 79% with no errors.

run another stick in slot one...see if its the slot, not the stick...how old is this RAM? still under warranty? check with a flashlight to see if there is an obstruction in the slot, maybe give it a shot of canned air.
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run another stick in slot one...see if its the slot, not the stick...how old is this RAM? still under warranty? check with a flashlight to see if there is an obstruction in the slot, maybe give it a shot of canned air.

Thanks still testing! Hey can I use that coupon on the 8Gb x 2 also if i need? This stick has had no errors in second slot.
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run another stick in slot one...see if its the slot, not the stick...how old is this RAM? still under warranty? check with a flashlight to see if there is an obstruction in the slot, maybe give it a shot of canned air.

Thanks still testing! Hey can I use that coupon on the 8Gb x 2 also if i need? This stick has had no errors in second slot.

don't think you can use it for the 16g

well sounds like the motherboard may have an obstruction, or possibly a bad slot...try looking with the flashlight and use some canned air...then run the test again with a different stick in first slot...
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don't think you can use it for the 16g

well sounds like the motherboard may have an obstruction, or possibly a bad slot...try looking with the flashlight and use some canned air...then run the test again with a different stick in first slot...


Thank you.. Im still testing the first stick of RAM. In slot 1 (BLUE SLOT) where it was originally it found errors pretty quickly. In slot 2 ran for LONG time (3.5 passes i think.) 0 errors. Its now in slot 3 another BLUE SLOT. And wow. over 1 million errors. Remember this is a new mobo. Is this weird i have a feeling that when i try next slot will be no errors, but i hope there is that way i can know its RAM.
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Ok well turns out first stick has failed (errors) in ALL SLOTS except 1 slot. Now ill try the other 1. Not sure if it matters but errors are the hundred thousands and millions range....
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Well errors are errors biggrin.gif
So how did it go? Are your 3 slots faulty or the Ram stick is?
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Well errors are errors biggrin.gif
So how did it go? Are your 3 slots faulty or the Ram stick is?

Well the second stick didn't have any errors in any slot. And so far no BsOd running by itself ..
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Great then problem solved and you saved your money you could've spent on a new psu smile.gif
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Great then problem solved and you saved your money you could've spent on a new psu smile.gif

Yup! Now the questions is what RAM to buy. There is no 16GB set up in the verified list in the manual which i find strange. Max is 8, 2x4. But board allows up to 32 as usual. I need a minimum of 16gb, I know someone recommended a G.SKILL ram. Which I am looking into. . Im looking for suggestions to compatible good performance ram.
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Yup! Now the questions is what RAM to buy. There is no 16GB set up in the verified list in the manual which i find strange. Max is 8, 2x4. But board allows up to 32 as usual. I need a minimum of 16gb, I know someone recommended a G.SKILL ram. Which I am looking into. . Im looking for suggestions to compatible good performance ram.

Those compatibility lists are kinda stupid. In general, almost any RAM will work, it's all standardized at this point.

G.Skill makes some top notch RAM, can't really go wrong with them. Just find a kit that's aesthetically pleasing and go for it. Anything 1600MHz+ at CAS9 will do just fine.
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