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I am about to order some memory for my asus p8p67 and I am reading lots of people having issues with memory, I want a 2x2gb kit, preferably 1600, but I will settle for 1333 if I have to,
I want to go with a kit that is known to work as specd, without compatablity issues, or having to reset cmos 3 times a day, can I get some recommendations, thanks
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I'm running a P67 Pro right now. I bought this RAM http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231303

Only thing I had to do was on boot UEFI had my RAM running at 1333mhz, which seems to be the default setting with the P67's. I just manually changed it 1600mhz and havent had one issues since.
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Mushkin or G.Skill seem to work the best right off the bat with Corsair close behind. With 90% of the kits you will have to set the timings or speed in the bios manually if there is no XMP profile.
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Get the Gskill Ripjaws and use the XMP profile and it should work with no problem. I am using the 2133Mhz 4Gb kit x 2 for 8Gb and it works great. Granted, it's $99 per kit, but it works great and no issues with the P67 deluxe.
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There is no real world performance gains by going beyond 1333MHz, save your money and get a reputable brand's 1333MHz. With the money you save you can just get higher capacity 1333MHz RAM.
Edited by iatacs19 - 2/9/11 at 10:56am
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Originally Posted by iatacs19 View Post
There is no real world performance gains by going beyond 1333MHz, save your money and get a reputable brand's 1333MHz. With the money you save you can just get higher capacity 1333MHz RAM.
i agree with this. i'll also add that you might as well buy 1.5V ram (per intel's spec) instead of 1.65V, given it's wide availability. many people are running 1.65V without issue but why chance it? i can run my truck a quart low on oil but i'll take GM's word for it and run it at spec.
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running the same Kit as Bigfrank, no issues if you just let the mobo do it's thing when u overclock the cpu. I did check after the Oc and the ram was running at spec speeds and timings .
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