Yes it 'can' work and many will debate the 1.65v RAM and the Sandy Bridge CPU as not a good idea. Therefore, I would look instead at 1.50v RAM,and 1600 MHz CAS 8/9 is the Sandy Bridge sweet-spot. Also, DDR3 RAM is pretty inexpensive 'now' and you might want to look at a 2x4GB kit - it does require a 64-bit OS
oke thx yeah i found a link here on the forum, LINK and i found him in the list, so i think its no problem.
I already bought it, otherwise i could buy the one you recommended indeed.
but i can put MAX 32GB in it so