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Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 with GX24GB6400DC + GX22GB6400UDC

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July 24, 2012 10:01:51 AM

Hi, will these work together? Gigabyte motherboard supports up to 8GB RAM and 1066MHz, the RAMs are 2x1GB@800MHz 4-4-4-12 and 2x2GB@800MHz 5-5-5-15. Thanx for answer, will provide more hardware info if needed :)  .
July 24, 2012 10:22:02 AM

Why are they not the right ones? And why are these the right ones? I cant find them in my shop, so ill have to find alternative of these in my shop...
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a c 128 V Motherboard
July 24, 2012 10:44:06 AM

Well, the GX22GB6400UDC memory runs at the wrong voltage for your motherboard. It runs at 2.1 volts, and your motherboard requires 1.8 volt ram.

The GX24GB6400DC will work, but it is rated at a lower speed that is optimal for your system. Your system will take 1066 ram, but this is only 800 MHz ram. Much slower than what is optimal for your motherboard.
July 24, 2012 10:48:07 AM

The GX22GB6400UDC are 1.8v-2.3v (I think, it was written on geil) and I am already using GX24GB6400DC @ 800MHz without any problems...
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a c 128 V Motherboard
July 24, 2012 10:51:12 AM

As I said, the GX24GB6400DC will work, but at a slower speed than is optimal.
July 24, 2012 10:58:18 AM

Will the GX22GB6400UDC work same way as the GX24GB6400DC does now or it wont run at all?

ps: would any of these do better?:
Kingston HyperX Blu (KHX6400D2B1K2/4G)
Corsair XMS2 TWIN2X4096-6400C5C
a b } Memory
a c 128 V Motherboard
July 24, 2012 11:04:52 AM

Based on what I know about voltages and compatibility, GX22GB6400UDC will NOT run because it requires more volts than the MB can supply. It wants 2.3 volts, the MB will only supply 1.8 volts.

Can't you find any ram with the number 8500 in the name?
a b } Memory
a c 128 V Motherboard
July 24, 2012 11:18:47 AM

Well, given that you don't have the optimal ram available, the Kingston HyperX Blu (KHX6400D2B1K2/4G) or the Corsair XMS2 TWIN2X4096-6400C5C will do. It is the right voltage, and will run somewhat slowly, but it seems to be the best you can get.
July 24, 2012 11:42:17 AM

Ok, thank you very much for helping :)