Originally Posted by NoAffinity
Most likely, but the voltage requirements of the RAM will be exceeding the maximum capabilities of the board. What this equates to is, at the lower speed, 1.8v should be enough...but the possibility exists that it won't. The real question is: why would you want to spend money on high-end RAM that you can't even take advantage of? The max speed your Intel board supports is DDR2-533, so that is the max speed the RAM will be running, regardless what it's rated for. Just stick with DDR2-533, and save yourself some money (...maybe buy some DDR2-533 with tighter timings).
Originally Posted by ein
Well, after 3-4months i wanted to get a new motherboard to overclock the cpu and the new motherboard would handle faster ram like 667mhz so i would have a little speed gain without spending more money. but if 1.9v or 2.0v wouldnt work or damage my board i guess ill have to find 1.8v 533mhz