Memory Standard Tags: Motherboards DDR2 Support Memory Last response: May 29, 2009 4:51 PM in Motherboards Share goony20 May 29, 2009 4:46:45 PM What does memory standard actually mean? Is it the optimum memory clock speed or the max the board can support? For example, if the memory standard of a board is DDR2 1333 OC, will 1066 memory not be an optimal choice? More about : memory standard Scotteq a b V Motherboard a b } Memory May 29, 2009 4:51:17 PM It's what the board is guaranteed/rated to run at. No more, no less. Going faster means you have to Overclock and may run into stability and heat issues. Slower = Underclock: Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedMemory Standard vs Integrated Memory Controller Forum SolvedMemory Standard and OC Forum SolvedStandard P9X79 Memory Question Forum SolvedMemory Standard Specification Forum What is GDDR5 memory bus standard? Forum Motherboard Memory Standard Forum Memory Standard Forum Compatibility Ballistix memory and Standard Forum Can you put in memory with a higher speed than the standard for the motherboard Forum Newegg standard memory return policy Forum Surpassing memory standard? Forum Will ddr2 memory work on a ddr3 standard mobo? Forum What does "Memory Standard" mean? Forum Higher Memory Standard? Forum Memory standard Forum Standard mobo memory? Forum Memory Standard Forum Memory standard on a mobo Forum Memory standard Forum Memory Standard Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !