compatibillity of avexir ram memory (4GBx4) DDR3 2000MHz to my asus motherboard P8H77-V???
hello... can my asus P8H77-V motherboard can use a AVEXIR RAM, AVD3U20000904G-4CI Core Series 16GB Kit (4GB x 4) quad channel 240-pin DDR3 2000MHz
The Asus P8H77-V motherboard currently supports
4 x DIMM, Max. 32GB, DDR3 2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333 MHz Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory
Dual Channel Memory Architecture
Supports Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP)
* 1600MHz and higher frequency is supported by Intel® 3rd generation processors.
* Hyper DIMM support is subject to the physical characteristics of individual CPUs.
* Refer to www.asus.com for the Memory QVL (Qualified Vendors Lists).
* Due to OS limitation, when installing total memory of 4GB capacity or more, Windows® 32-bit operation system may only recognize less than 3GB. Install a 64-bit Windows® OS when you want to install 4GB or more memory on the motherboard.
* Due to the CPU behavior, DDR3 2133/1866MHz memory module will run at DDR3 2000/1800MHz frequency as default.
(From the Manual)
- According to Intel CPU spec, DIMM voltage below 1.65v is recommended to protect the CPU
The memory which you have chosen runs at 1.65v so will be compatible with your motherboard and is also under the guidelines of Intel's recommended voltage for memory with their CPU's
The memory runs at 2000Mhz, the Asus P8H77-V currently supports 'DDR3 2000(O.C.)', so will be compatible with your memory, (It says OC, so it may be implying that 2000Mhz will only work when O.C, but overall your memory will be fully compatible with your motherboard
Hope I helped
leznah said:since im using a processor of core i7-3770k.. if i use the avexir quad chnnel ram memory (4GBx4) DDR3 2000MHz to my dual channel asus P8H77-V motherboard.. what will happen? will it run as the ram frequency said..? thanks
The motherboard does say that 2000Mhz is supported so it is trial and error or though you can easily go into the BIOS and change the memory speed and voltage by your self if it doesn't auto-set it's self to the memory