It depends on the height on your RAM. So you can just forget Corsair xms xpert :wink: . Of course you could get around this by putting your memory in slots 1 & 3 instead of 2 & 4, but this is not optimal for overclocking according to DFI ( and y else would you get that board?).
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so as long as you don't have their ZM80#-HP VGA cooler (for your graphics card) installed, you should be fine.
And also, from Zalman's homepage:
* Note : No motherboard components with a height greater than 39mm (1.53inch), as well as the PSU, disk drives, VGA card, and RAM should be present within a 68mm (2.68 inch)radius from the center of the CPU.
So again, no xpert memory (about 2.5 inches high i think), but any regular module is probably ok. Hell, just order it and test if it fits. All evidence point to yes, and if it doesn't just send it back...
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Why would I go with an Al heatsink and not a copper? Both support 120mm fans but the Zalman is copper and it comes with a nice fan on it for cheaper then the ThermalRight. And for the DFI board... Is it hard to overclock? Ive never overclocked my processor before but I want to tweak at 3500+ or a 4000+ whichever I decide to buy...
maybe back that up with some kind of link to these reports? As far as I can see, the XP-120 is just a big chunk of metal. Doesn't even have a good fin structure? Since it's wildly popular I'm sure you have a point, but in my opinion the Zalman seems more reliable and definitely better looking.