In Intel's official websites, it says that it will support DDR3 1333MHz
Yes, as long as the board supports 1600 MHz.
But will the DDR3 1600Mhz work?
I just scanned neweegs's LGA 1156 boards, and most (if not all) will run 1600. When you're selecting the board, go to the mfr's. website to make sure the Kingston HyperX T1 is on the Qualified Vendors List (QVL)
Please help, all help is appreciated, thanks!!!!!!!
The faster Ram only comes into play when you are overclocking. If you just stick the ram in there and don't mess with the bios, it will default to the lower settings. Buying faster RAM gives you overclocking headroom to raise the FSB.