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What would be the recommended RAM speeds for this I know it can handle up to 2000+. However would it be better to get 1600 and over clock that or just go with 2000? I also am assuming GSkill will be on the approved list?
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yes I wouldnt jum pn the 2000mhz bandwagon just yet.
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What would be the recommended RAM speeds for this I know it can handle up to 2000+. However would it be better to get 1600 and over clock that or just go with 2000? I also am assuming GSkill will be on the approved list?
http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...a-p67a-ud7.pdf
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Is Corsair Vengeance RAM compatible with this mobo? I been looking & looking for an 8 GB memory kit for this mobo & this kind of RAM is the only RAM out there that I've found than can occupy the 4 memory slots with the highest speed rating at 1866 MHz. It's low powered too (1.5 volts).

http://www.corsair.com/dram-memory/v...m2a1866c9.html
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well the mobo can easily power RAm to any voltage needed I think it goes upto 2.1v.

1866 is one RAm speed, 2133 is another then even higher, you cannot set RAM to 2000mhz on any SB board. I believe it shoudl be compatible the QVL is only RAm they have tested with it
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well the mobo can easily power RAm to any voltage needed I think it goes upto 2.1v.

1866 is one RAm speed, 2133 is another then even higher, you cannot set RAM to 2000mhz on any SB board. I believe it shoudl be compatible the QVL is only RAm they have tested with it
I was also looking for a 2133 MHz RAM for Sandy Bridge but I can't find a 4 Gb RAM of that speed. There's few 2133 MHz RAM but it's only 2 Gb. The best RAM I found is the Corsair Vengeance 1866 MHz 4 Gb RAM. It should not be that hard to overclock it at 2133 MHz, right?
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depends on the stock timings and what timings you are willing to deal with. I fyou are ok with cas 11 and t2 then yea a little easier. i woudl wait for a review or two with RAM, to see how far the kit will go.
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you did say that ASUS boards use digital controlled VRM right?

my question is SB Sabertooth vs UD4 which one would you choose for OC i7?
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Just looking at this board on another site, and with these images you've captured the two most salient features of the board (non performance wise): those heatsinks and those colors. This is a BEAUTIFUL board, and I can't wait till we start seeing some builds with these and some Corsair AX1200s for a black/gold theme.
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I am glad you like the pics, i use a very nice camera with an extremely nice lens hahaha.
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