Originally Posted by 12Honk34
The other 1333 Mhz DDR3 had only 1.5 V. Is the 1.65 V of the 2000Mhz DDR3 ok, will it run on the Board with a 1090T?
@MrAlex Is it ok for the 1090T CPU?
It is perfectly fine for the 1090T. I'd recommend buying RAM with a frequency of 1600MHz and CAS8 or CAS7 if you can find any. Good Luck. Also, the lower the voltage the better, but not too low (such as the Kingston LoVo which go down to 1.25V) because the motherboard will not support it. 1.65V is the normal, along with 1.5V.
Originally Posted by Ceadderman
This is true. Somewhat.
I'm running an Athlon on this board at the moment w/ the 1600 series. On an ASUS Micro ATX that is rated 1600(O.C.) and it's been stable since day one. Only issue I've had is a bum SATA port and the board is at fault not the CPU or the RAM I am running. So while this is inherently true, it's also too broad of an explanation. Cause the CPU is not C3. C3 is dependent on OS. C2 would be XP/7 capable 32 bit and C3 is 64bit. C3 is the latest version of the CPU not what it controls.
It is broad, but AMD officially stated that RAM running above frequencies of 1333MHz in quantities of 4GB or higher, would run unstable. The C3 revision brought in support for up to 4 DIMMs
at 1333MHz, fixing that issue. http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...ii_2ndcorerev/Edited by MrAlex - 5/28/10 at 5:22am