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 : ForumDoes this Mobo support standard 1600 memory ? ForumMemory Standard ForumCompatibility Ballistix memory and Standard ForumCan you put in memory with a higher speed than the standard for the motherboard ForumNewegg standard memory return policy ForumSurpassing memory standard ? ForumWill ddr2 memory work on a ddr3 standard mobo? ForumWhat does " Memory Standard " mean? ForumHigher Memory Standard ? ForumMemory standard , what does it mean? ForumMemory standard ForumStandard mobo memory ? ForumMemory Standard ForumMemory standard on a mobo ForumMemory standard ForumMemory Standard Forum3GB DDR at standard settigns vs 2GB of High Performance Memory . ForumNo RAID access on Sabertooth z77 ??? ForumMemory standard on a mobo ForumMemory standard More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !