GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3P - Memory Question

I plan on buying a GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3P soon. I already own an E8400 which I plan on OC'ing to 4.0Ghz ( 9x444 FSB ). This will tax my memory to function at a x2 multiplier resulting in a speed of 888Mhz.

What Im looking for is a decent Memory manufacture DDR2 800Mhz that can and will function solid at 888Mhz.

Id like to purchase a 2Gbx2 kit.

Looking for assistance, thank you kindly for any direction or help! I checked the compatibility list for the board, but a lot of whats listed is memory Ive never heard of. Im hoping to hear from someone in the same boat who has this board and possibly this chip.

Thanks again!
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  1. Actually maybe Im mistaken. Should I be purchasing DDR2 1066Mhz memory in order to hit 4.0Ghz?

    What memory spread should I use to get it close to 1000Mhz? Anyone familar?

    Thanks again.
  2. Just me talking to myself some more ! Ive done searches, both here on with google. No luck.

    with a 1:1 ratio, would a FSB of 444 be obtainable with 800Mhz memory?

    Or should I invest in 1066 memory and go with a higher ratio. Again. Ill be purchasing a GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3P.

    Im more so leaning on a 1066Mhz memory so I can go:

    9x444@DDR2 1066 with a 5/6 divider

    Thinking: mushkin XP ASCENT w/ eVCI technology 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066

    Sound good? Thanks
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  4. To be safe just get DDR2-1066 CL5. That way the ram will be guaranteed to run at 888mhz. It'll also allow you to overclock even higher if you choose. However, most ddr2-800 CL4 ram should run at 888mhz CL5 without problem too.
  5. Thank you kindly for the reply, would I get more performance if I were to run it at 9x444 with a 5:6 memory divider to effectively run the memory at 1069Mhz rather then a 1:1 ratio resulting in a 888Mhz speed? ( With the 1066Mhz DDR2 CAS5 memory of course )

    Just curious. Thanks ~
  6. Can't speak on the last post, but I have a 2x2 set of G.Skill 6400CL5D-4GBPQ running at 942 which is 1:1 with my Q9550 at 4.0 Ghz....

    Oh yea and this is all on my UD3P
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