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Im Building A New Rig And Looking To Buy 4 x 2GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM That Will Pair Up Well With A GIGABYTE GV-N26UD-896M GeForce GTX 260 & i5-2500K Preferably Something Under $120.
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    Whatever you choose, make sure that it will do the quoted voltage at 1.5v. There is a large amount of inexpensive memory capable of doing 1600MHz, but only with 1.65v. The Sandy Bridge memory controller may be damaged by using voltage greater than the stock 1.5v plus a margin of 5%, or 1.575v.

    Otherwise, just go for whatever -- corsair, g. skill, crucial -- all decent brands for DDR3. Memory is a commodity item, so just go with the price for the speed you want.
  2. Thanks For The Speedy Response ! If Anybody Finds Anything On NewEgg A Link Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
  3. A 2x4GB kit will work better. Your system will consume less power and they tend to require less tweaking to get stable.

    Recommendations:
    G.Skill Sniper
    G.Skill Ripjaws
    G.Skill Ripjaws X
    Corsair Vengeance

    2x4GB 1333 1.5v CL9 kits
    2x4GB 1600 1.5v CL9 kits
  4. What Do You Think About http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231444 x2 It Has All The Speed Im Looking For And Perfect Cas But Im Not To Sure If It Will Work With This Mobo I Dont See Why Not But Ill Contact Asrock Just To Be Safe.
  5. I am currently running these in my P67

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211524&nm_mc=TEMC-RMA-Approvel&cm_mmc=TEMC-RMA-Approvel-_-Content-_-text-_-

    its really all you need, and it is set in your price range.
    They had a bit of weight to them haha
  6. http://www.asrock.com/mb/memory.asp?Model=P67%20Extreme4

    here is a support list. It will probably help you in picking out good memory.
  7. Best answer selected by itspauliebaby.
  8. Query: Why do you want to use a 4x2GB setup instead of a 2x4GB setup? Lower timings don't make that much of a difference. Plus, you may have issues running those low timings with four sticks. Double the RAM will make more difference than the low timings, especially since the 2x4GB kits are $50 less. If anything, you can get CL8 or CL7 2x4GB 1600 kits as well.
  9. Well You Make A Good Point But I Aiming More For Stability And Cause Im Kinda Broke Right Now I Was Going To Buy A 4GB Now And Another 4GB In About A Week Or Two That And I Dont Plan On Going Any Higher Then 8gb So I Dont Mind Using All My Slots.
  10. itspauliebaby said:
    Well You Make A Good Point But I Aiming More For Stability And Cause Im Kinda Broke Right Now I Was Going To Buy A 4GB Now And Another 4GB In About A Week Or Two That And I Dont Plan On Going Any Higher Then 8gb So I Dont Mind Using All My Slots.


    Hey -- just out of curiosity, how do you get your capitalization like that? Did you just hold shift for the first letter of every word? that looks like a huge pain in the neck...
  11. Dear, Leaps-from-Shadows and Fullofzen Ive Taken What Both Of You Said Into Consideration And I Think Ill Be Going With G.SKILL Sniper Low Voltage Series

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231461

    Thanks For All The Help N The Info !
  12. itspauliebaby said:
    Dear, Leaps-from-Shadows and Fullofzen Ive Taken What Both Of You Said Into Consideration And I Think Ill Be Going With G.SKILL Sniper Low Voltage Series

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231461

    Thanks For All The Help N The Info !


    I think you made a great choice -- not only does this memory look extremely slick (not that you'll ever really see it under what I hope will be a bulky heat sink), but at 1.25v for 1600MHz, that memory will last you forever. You may be able to pump the voltage and get some higher speeds.

    But so you know -- just reading the newegg reviews, it does look like you may have some trouble getting it to run at 1.25v:

    Quote:
    Cons: Auto voltage set to 1.35V. XMP still left it at 1.35V. Had to dial down voltage manually to 1.25V. Stable so far @ 1.25V.


    Not a deal-breaker -- just make sure you go into the BIOS and tweak the settings when you take delivery.

    Enjoy the system!
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