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Edde
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Videocard: AMD SAPHIRE 7970 - 3 Giga
Processor: Intel i7 2600K @ 3.4Ghz
Mainboard: Intel DZ68BC
Memory: 16G of KHX1600C9D3P1
Soundcard: Edifier
PSU: corsair HX850 PRO
Question Questions about memory X mother bord - 03-15-2012, 08:27 | posts: 57 | Location: South America

Hello everyone, good morning.
*I am going to build one of these system.
*In my city sells only KINGSTON ones.
http://www.infobox.com.br/categoria.aspx?cat=46

I am not sure about wich memories I can use in these motherboards.

Here are the options:
1) i7 2600k + mobo intel DZ68ZV ( I don't know what types of Kingston memories I should use on this mobo) I heard about issues using DDR 1600 . maybe I should use Kingston DDR1333 regular ones instead of hiperX ones??. I have read on intel web page telling to not use more than 1.65v, is highly recommended to use 1.5V memories. Theres diference of volts between hiperX and regular ones?
http://www.intel.com/support/motherb.../CS-032741.htm


2) MB LGA2011 Intel Extreme Series DX79TO - Box + ore i7-3930K (LGA2011 - 3,2GHz)
I have the same questions about memories.

In both Options I will use video card AMD HD 7950 or AMD 7970.

PS: I do not like to use overclock


Thank you in advance for all.
Best Regards,
Edde

Last edited by Edde; 03-15-2012 at 08:33.
   
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