And was looking at the Memory Speed MHz that is listed in the description and it say's 2400MHz O.C, now does that mean i can't get any memory that isn't that exact speed? or could i get some memory stick's that were say 2133MHz.
I am looking for the fastest possible memory that i can buy, so would i just have to look at the MHz speed and get some with the highest digit's? as in 2400, although i have tried to look for memory stick's that are 2400MHz but could not find any on tiger direct.
Nice Board, Any DDR3 desktop ram will work. Toms did a ram review and they found the difference in ram speed on video game FPS is like 1%. I would get what ever ram has the best warrenty and price. You would probablly be best served to get 16 gig of ddr3 1600. Unless you have a specialized application that can make use of 32 gigs of ram.
SSDs are great but keep in mind they are small when compared to a traditional drive. I would go with an SSD boot drive, and i would install my most used programs to it. I would use a conventional drive for storage and the bulk of my programs.