All of the RAM compatibility on their site lists RAM ID's that are years old and no longer sold. Absent a supported memory spec- is it common that I would buy a standard 2x4GB set for a P55 board and have any issues? I'm guessing not, far too many positive reviews on newegg for that to be true- but a little apprehensive and wanted to check.
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as long as you're using DDR3 RAM, you shouldn't have a problem :P
Those are only sticks that they tested when it first came out. I haven't seen any compatibility issues with DDR3, just make sure the speed and voltages are supported.