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True lies about Phenom-955/DDr2 1066 ram support

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May 27, 2009 1:34:59 PM

What is the truth?

Reading the NewEgg blurb for the Asus M3N-HT deluxe mobo ... it claims support for 8-Gig 1066 DDR2 ram with an AMD-955 CPU.

Then you read the horror-story reviews of actual lusrs. That 8-Gig / 1066 RAM_support seems to be no-sure-thing. Some get it some don't. At a combo price of only $409 I'm looking hard. But I'm no "Black Forest Dwarf" tweeker, so what's the practical truth about RAM plug-N-play behavior of that CPU/mobo combo ?

0) it's a bullet-proof no_brainer
1) when Everclear freezes over in Hades
2) roll-da-dice sucka

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May 27, 2009 1:46:01 PM

I'm guessing the one's that don't haven't turned up the clock speeds, voltage and possibly latencies in the BIOS.
May 27, 2009 3:50:45 PM

It doesn't officially support four sticks of 1066. It does support two sticks of 4GB. I'm sure if you have problems, you could make it work with additional NB and RAM voltage.