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GA-EP45-UD3R 1066 memory

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February 6, 2009 3:09:58 PM

I have just built a new system with the GA-EP45-UD3R.
I bought this memory .
I don't care to do any major over clocking but I do want to run
my system a little faster than stock, if that makes any sense.
I am sure I could have gotten memory since the timings don't seem to be too tight.
The motherboard was a little touchy with the memory I bought. I had to clear the CMOS and start with one stick but it is all good now.
I have yet to install the OS (Vista 64).
Just my luck, right after I bought this memory a bunch of other G.Skill memory (better gaming quality) went on sale for around the same price.
Anyway the 1066 memory price is getting right so I didn't see any need to get 800.

What about these:

Also, do I need to update the BIOS? If so which one?

Memory: G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 8500
Vid Card: EVGA GeForce 8800GTS 640MB
CPU: Core 2 Quad Q9650
CPU Cooler: Artic Cooler Freezer 7 Pro
Harddrives: 1 - 150gb WD VelociRaptor,
WD Caviar SE 160GB,
WD Caviar Green 640GBA
Sound: CREATIVE X-Fi Xtreme
Monitor: Dell 2005fpw
OS: Vista Ultimate 64bit

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February 6, 2009 6:55:42 PM

I'd stick with mushkin or G.Skill; have seen too many lengthy 'have been trying to make it work for twenty posts' conversations about Corsair and Patriot - especially Corsair, which also seems to be prone to 'degrading' over time, i.e., a working BIOS setting just stops working one day, and the solution turns out to be further loosening of the memory latencies...
February 6, 2009 10:23:40 PM

Yea, I have been using G.Skill for years now. I just need to learn the bios on these motherboards.
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February 7, 2009 12:30:24 AM

Best place to accelerate learning is:
Very robust Gigabyte forum, with some really sharp people...