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Many here have problems with 6x2GB kits, so can you suggest which it will be best for overclocking and stability ?
This is b/c almost everyone buys a 6GB kit. If everyone bought 12GB kits, I'm sure you would have the same opinion of the 12GB kits.

This I do know, If you plan to overclock 6 X 2GB (12 GBs) is not a good idea.

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I would really like to buy cheaper 6x2 kit, if it will work OK with this motherboard.
So you want to know what's the best bang for the buck? What's your price range?
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So you want to know what's the best bang for the buck? What's your price range?
This is my limite
Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 3x4GB 12GB (KHX1600C9D3K3/12GX), here in europe it cost around 700 EUR.
I am looking for stable configuration, with overclocking around 4.0ghz.
There is 300 EUR price difference betwene 6x2GB vs 3x4GB KIT. So if 6x2 combination would work 100%, I rather spend 300 EUR on something else.
I mainly use Adobe After effect and I am really struggling right now with i7 920 and Patriot 2x2 DDR3. My other 2GB stick in 3x2GB kit died., so minimum 12GB should do the trick.
I considered 24gb and new 980X, but this is out of my price range, especially because I intend to invest in Quadro FX 3800 graphic card.
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Lots of good reviews about this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...G6GX3M3A1600C7
or these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145286
Edited by Dirtydeedz - 4/10/10 at 2:40pm
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Hi

I am building new computer for Video Editing, with Asus P6X58D Premium motherboard and i7 930.
I am confused about witch DD3 kit to buy. I decided to go for Kingston 12GB.
Many here have problems with 6x2GB kits, so can you suggest which it will be best for overclocking and stability ?
Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 6x2GB 12GB (KHX1600C9D3K6/12G)
or
Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 3x4GB 12GB (KHX1600C9D3K3/12GX)
Kingston HyperX 3x4GB is on the Qualified Vendor List, but 6x2GB is not. I would really like to buy cheaper 6x2 kit, if it will work OK with this motherboard.


Thanks for any suggestion

I have two of these kits (12GB):

KHX2000C9AD3T1K3/6GX

I found out after that this board can only 'support' 1600 on one set of triple channel (3 Dimms). Currently I am running stable @1531 without a great deal of work, but so far in my trials hitting 2000 is not going to be easy with all 6 Dimms.
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hey guys, was in micro-center picking up some parts and saw that we now have a new box design. No difference in the specs on the board though.
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hey guys, was in micro-center picking up some parts and saw that we now have a new box design. No difference in the specs on the board though.
Is it a new revision?
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hello guys i have i7 920 chip and i also have a asus p6x58d and whenever i go into bios i don't see the turbo tech feature listed in my bios, and im looking over the manual and it says its suppose to be under the speedstep tech feature. In bios speedstep tech shows for me but turbo tech feature does not show up, is something wrong with my mb or is this normal? is the feature hidden somewhere else, maybe i have something turned off?

any help guys?
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In bios speedstep tech shows for me but turbo tech feature does not show up, is something wrong with my mb or is this normal? is the feature hidden somewhere else, maybe i have something turned off?
any help guys?
Intel Speedstep is Tech options are "Enable" or "Disable" there is no "Turbo" options.
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I wonder when the less feature/cheaper version comes out?

http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...DbB&templete=2
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I wonder when the less feature/cheaper version comes out?

http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...DbB&templete=2
Aw geeze, I was 99% sure of my motherboard for the build I'm going to do in a few weeks and you had to find that.

I don't see much of a difference between that and the P6X58D other than having only one Ethernet port. It has a Marvell 9128 chip instead of the 9123, probably not much of a difference. Anyone else spot anything else? Does anyone actually use both LAN ports?

BTW, thanks to all of you who have contributed to this thread. I'm really looking forward to my first full build in probably 10 years (current system is a 5-year-old Shuttle HPC). I'm currently looking at the P6X58D, the Lian Li K62, either a 920 or 930 cpu and a 128 GB C300 SSD. Memory and video card will be dependent on what's available at the end of the month.
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