Memory standard Tags: Chipsets Motherboards Memory Product Last response: March 3, 2010 11:31 AM in Motherboards Share megaman12 March 3, 2010 2:43:06 AM I am somewhat confused by the whole "memory standard" specification. I assume if the memory is listed, the mobo can use that memory (1066/1333), etc. But what does it mean when it lists something like 1600(OC). In the case with this motherboard http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... would that motherboard support http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... Thanks in advance for the clarification. More about : memory standard ekoostik a b V Motherboard a b } Memory March 3, 2010 11:31:31 AM OC means overclocked. If you are getting an i3 or i5 CPU then you can run memory up to 1333 MHz at stock settings. If you OC your CPU, you can run the RAM at higher frequencies. 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? ForumStandard mobo memory ? ForumMemory Standard ForumMemory Standard ForumMemory standard on a mobo ForumMemory standard ForumMemory Standard Forum3GB DDR at standard settigns vs 2GB of High Performance Memory . ForumWhich is better memory ForumMemory Standard ForumMemory Standard More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !