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Originally Posted by Tim the Enchanter View Post
Hey Dream-Maker,

There are only two 16Gb RAM kits on the Asus QVL atm. They are both made by Geil and one is 1600 and the other is 1333.

I snooped around at G.Skill and couldn't find any 16Gb kits made/optimized for the P67 mobos yet, either.

So, unless you like Geil for some reason, I think you would have had to stop at 12Gb. However, personally, I feel that 8Gb is plenty and that is what I went with for my MIVE.

FWIW. Hope you think this is helpful.

Tim
[ Ripjaws-X ] F3-17600CL9Q-16GBXLD <-- 16gb Desgined for the P67

Specification

Designed For 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

Main Board intel
System Desktop
System Type DDR3
M/B Chipset Intel P67

CAS Latency 9-11-9-28-2N
Capacity 16GB (4GB x4)

Speed DDR3-2200 (PC3 17600)
Test Voltage 1.65 Volts
PCB
Registered/Unbuffered Unbuffered
Error Checking Non-ECC
Type 240-pin DIMM
Warranty Lifetime
 

Qualified Motherboards List

ASUS Maximus IV Extreme
ASUS P8P67 DELUXE
Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD7


Its the same as the 8gb kit in the same catogory just 2x4 more sticks
I will be useing the 8gb kit personaly.

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I got two 8GB kits. I got the second kit today since it was a shellshocker on the egg plus $25 off. Came out to $54.
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Dont get caught up in all these QVL's and what not.
    
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Got mine today, check out the shipping box ....... LOL


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Got mine today, check out the shipping box ....... LOL
Nice!

Mine should be here soon.
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post #26 of 43
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[ Ripjaws-X ] F3-17600CL9Q-16GBXLD <-- 16gb Desgined for the P67

Specification

Designed For 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

Main Board intel
System Desktop
System Type DDR3
M/B Chipset Intel P67

CAS Latency 9-11-9-28-2N
Capacity 16GB (4GB x4)

Speed DDR3-2200 (PC3 17600)
Test Voltage 1.65 Volts
PCB
Registered/Unbuffered Unbuffered
Error Checking Non-ECC
Type 240-pin DIMM
Warranty Lifetime
 

Qualified Motherboards List

ASUS Maximus IV Extreme
ASUS P8P67 DELUXE
Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD7


Its the same as the 8gb kit in the same catogory just 2x4 more sticks
I will be useing the 8gb kit personaly.

Nycro
Nycro,

I have to disagree, but I don't want to be disagreeable in doing so.

I also first looked at that G.Skill F3-17600CL9Q-16GBXLD RAM kit myself, and the 8Gb version of the higher speed kits. Besides being different in total GB, it differs in that it is DDR3-2200 instead of DDR3-1600, is 1.65v RAM instead of 1.5v, and the CAS Latencies are higher.

The MAJOR reason I didn't go with anything higher than 1600 is due to some advice I got from an MMOG gamer friend of mine I've know about 5 years online. He is a Logic Programmer with Intel, and a Senior Hardware Engineer with them. He worked on Sandybridge (he calls it "SNB"), the sATA II problem fix recently, and is now working on Ivy Bridge. We were talking about what I was planning to build, the modules I wanted to use, etc., on Facebook in private messages. Here is a screenshot of what he wrote:

I know G.Skill says it works. Since I am such a n00b at this, I can only tell you what he told me.

His advice caused me to make the decision I did on the RAM kit I ordered.

FWIW.

Tim
Edited by Tim the Enchanter - 3/15/11 at 10:17pm
    
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post #27 of 43
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Originally Posted by Tim the Enchanter View Post
Nycro,

I have to disagree, but I don't want to be disagreeable in doing so.

I also first looked at that G.Skill F3-17600CL9Q-16GBXLD RAM kit myself, and the 8Gb version of the higher speed kits. Besides being different in total GB, it differs in that it is DDR3-2200 instead of DDR3-1600, is 1.65v RAM instead of 1.5v, and the CAS Latencies are higher.

The MAJOR reason I didn't go with anything higher than 1600 is due to some advice I got from an MMOG gamer friend of mine I've know about 5 years online. He is a Logic Programmer with Intel, and a Senior Hardware Engineer with them. He worked on Sandybridge (he calls it "SNB"), the sATA II problem fix recently, and is now working on Ivy Bridge. We were talking about what I was planning to build, the modules I wanted to use, etc., on Facebook in private messages. Here is a screenshot of what he wrote:

I know G.Skill says it works. Since I am such a n00b at this, I can only tell you what he told me.

His advice caused me to make the decision I did on the RAM kit I ordered.

FWIW.

Tim
No argument here

I'm no memory expert (Bacholers in Network Security)but I will be going with a faster clocked memory due to overclocking if the memory is rated for it should be more stable and able to get there.

Maybe he was talking about the voltages ?? since this ram lists 1.65v but that will not mather ethier as with running any overclock you will be increseaing voltages to achive it. This memory should also run at 1.5v but not sure at what clock it would be stable as this memory requires as overclock to be stable.

Im sure intel would not want to certify anything over the rated limits due to liabilty issues.

That said im not a expert in memory I have just been trying to follow benchmarks and such with this platform and have seen the best increases with any memory is with the speed > latancey (the 2200 will be ran at 2133 anyways) It just gives more room for a faster more stable overclock.

I will not be using 16gb not seeing me use all of that on this rig which I would rather improve my overclock and running both channels would limit that somewhat. 8gb seems to be just right for what I will be doing along with being avavilble in a 4x2 setup.

That said if anyone can show us up and give the best advice towards memory I would be greatfull. if it would be better to go with a 1600mhz memory and overclock it to a higher freq then so be it but as I said my understanding is that the memory is just rated for (2200mhz) but needs to be overclocked to achive a stable system and thats what im going for I would like to get 5.2ghz out of the i7-2600 on water

I aslo belive on Gskill site in the fourms that this was discussed and they recomended the 8gb set for overall capiacty and speed with overclocking in mind.
I don't need it certified as long as it works and allowes me to achive the best overclock possiable

Now as breaking things go ... not sure how that would happen unless you somehow overvolted ... But the M4E gives plenty of options and is made for this. And besides benchmarks im not sure I would see real world performance gains but its nice to have the room if I need it.

Now don't take anything I said with any anger (im not one to get angery or argue on fourms and were both from ohio! but I think im half your age )

If anyone has the best advice and could chime in please do I have searched the memory section here and have not really seen anything stating much information on what we are talking about.

+ Rep for being mature with your oppnion!

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Edited by Nycro - 3/15/11 at 11:37pm
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Tim hope you do not mind but I took this conversation over to the memory section so that I could get a clearer picture. I mostley quoted our posts here and hope to get some good answers and information. I look forward to learning more about the newer memory and how the Intel Sandy Bridge is differnt as a whole from the other Intel chips as I will apply it to myself and my business as it will help others in the long run!

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Tim hope you do not mind but I took this conversation over to the memory section so that I could get a clearer picture. I mostley quoted our posts here and hope to get some good answers and information. I look forward to learning more about the newer memory and how the Intel Sandy Bridge is differnt as a whole from the other Intel chips as I will apply it to myself and my business as it will help others in the long run!

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Thx!

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Originally Posted by Tim the Enchanter View Post
Hey Dream-Maker,

There are only two 16Gb RAM kits on the Asus QVL atm. They are both made by Geil and one is 1600 and the other is 1333.

I snooped around at G.Skill and couldn't find any 16Gb kits made/optimized for the P67 mobos yet, either.

So, unless you like Geil for some reason, I think you would have had to stop at 12Gb. However, personally, I feel that 8Gb is plenty and that is what I went with for my MIVE.

FWIW. Hope you think this is helpful.

Tim
Just checked on corsairs, my dominato isnt listed, all they show for corsairs type in vengeance so guess its time to rma them and go that way.
But I thought vengeance was of lower quality.
Edited by Dream-Maker - 3/16/11 at 6:55am
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