Question about motherboard

Hello all,

I just had a question about motherboard and ram.

I am getting this motherboard:

In the memory details it says "memory standard
DDR3 2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600(O.C.)/1333/1066"

Im a total newb when it comes to ram/motherboards, so I'm guessing those 4 numbers following the DDR3 means what kind of ram the motherboard supports?

So would these DDR3 1333 sticks work with this Mobo and an i7 950 processor?
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    That link takes you to the manufactures website. It has a list of approved ram, exact names and part numbers you can google and buy. If you don't buy the right stuff your computer will not boot. So Take a look at the approved RAM and buy accordingly. With newer boards like this one they only start off with a smaller list of approved RAM, until they starting getting more updated Bios.
  2. I checked the QVL list and even though the motherboard says it supports 1333/1066, there are no ram sticks displayed in the QVL list for my mobo
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