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Is core i3 3225 comatible with p8z77-i deluxe

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September 21, 2012 11:05:46 AM

Hello,
sir
i want to purchase p8z77-i deluxe with core i3 3225 but this cpu is not listed in cpu support list
but the same cpu listed on the p8z77-i deluxe/wd cpu support list .
so i just need surity that this cpu is also support the older [without wd] model
plz plz plz try it before confirming me
because i am from india and spending so much money to order them from amazon.
plz help [sorry for my english]
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September 21, 2012 12:12:36 PM

Since others from the same CPU family are compatible, this one should be fine.

Good luck!
September 21, 2012 12:50:28 PM


The Intel Z77 Express Chipset is a socket 1155 Intel 3rd generation Core processor-based platform and the Intel Core I3 3225 is Socket 1155 (Socket H2). So you should have no issues, just be sure to get the proper cooling equipment for the system.
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October 5, 2012 8:42:54 AM

COLGeek said:
Since others from the same CPU family are compatible, this one should be fine.

Good luck!

thank u so much for reply
you use the word should so i contact asus and after 1 week they confirm it with the latest bios and also update their cpu support list
October 5, 2012 9:08:42 AM

infinitesoul said:
The Intel Z77 Express Chipset is a socket 1155 Intel 3rd generation Core processor-based platform and the Intel Core I3 3225 is Socket 1155 (Socket H2). So you should have no issues, just be sure to get the proper cooling equipment for the system.


:)  thank u so much for reply
you use the word should so i contact asus and after 1 week they confirm it with the latest bios and also update their cpu support list

sorry but i have another Q :D 
p8z77-i deluxe support 2400MHz ram but according to intel cpu spec dimm below 1.65 v recommanded
i want to use 2400 MHz ram but all 2400 MHz ram are 1.65 or higher voltage what should i do {i want to use p8z77-i deluxe QVL Transcend DDR3 4 GB PC RAM (TX2400KLU-4GK) •10-12-11-28 CAS Latency }


i will also overclock core i3 3225 igpu and set it to 3000 MHz and allocate 1024 MB ddr3 2400MHz memory

do you think both {1.65v ram and igpu overclocking} these things will overheat i3 3225 so much

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October 5, 2012 2:30:28 PM
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Using the Transcend RAM will not be a problem. However, I would recommend you save some money and get some quality 1600 G-Skill RAM, like these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Running overclocked RAM does not provide the boost in performance many desire and it often leads to an unstable system. Even if the RAM is rated to a certain level, it may NOT run at that level in a particular configuration.

OCing CPUs and GPUs are okay, but personally I never recommend OCing memory.

Good luck!
October 13, 2012 10:24:13 AM

COLGeek said:
Using the Transcend RAM will not be a problem. However, I would recommend you save some money and get some quality 1600 G-Skill RAM, like these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Running overclocked RAM does not provide the boost in performance many desire and it often leads to an unstable system. Even if the RAM is rated to a certain level, it may NOT run at that level in a particular configuration.

OCing CPUs and GPUs are okay, but personally I never recommend OCing memory.

Good luck!


dear COLGeek actully u r right i dont need 2400 MHz ram, the one and only reason is everybody saying that 2400MHz will increase HD 4000 igpu performance

but now i just want to know what U think about it

(1) is 2400 speed ram really boost the performance of HD 4000 graphics ?

(2) if yes then how much in % ( like for 1600 ram is 5% and for 2400 is 9%) ?

(3) and the boost we will get really worth the price ?
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October 13, 2012 4:56:27 PM

The boost in performance, in my opinion, is definitely not worth the cost. I would rather get affordable, stable memory (1600) and apply the savings to a discrete (stand alone) video card. Even a mid-range GPU like a HD7750 would perform many times better than the Intel offering.
October 16, 2012 9:11:10 AM

COLGeek said:
The boost in performance, in my opinion, is definitely not worth the cost. I would rather get affordable, stable memory (1600) and apply the savings to a discrete (stand alone) video card. Even a mid-range GPU like a HD7750 would perform many times better than the Intel offering.


why ram not specified at 1600 MHz ?

i dont think i need 8 gb (suggested set of ram)

and cant purchse from newegg in india i have ebay and flipkart.com

so i seen these two

http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-vengeance-ddr3-4-gb-1-x...

http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-ripjawsx-ddr3-4-gb-1-x-...

both looking good to me but some says the corsair will not fit in itx
both run at 1.5v test

i know 2 stick of 2gb is better only reason to get single stick is to save space for future upgrade and good resell value
October 16, 2012 9:17:29 AM

yeah i also want gpu but dont want to spend on midrange gpu card

actully im saving money for gtx kepler 670 or something like that
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October 16, 2012 11:40:00 AM

Go with the G.Skill memory. Understood on the plan to purchase a high-end GPU.

Good luck!
October 17, 2012 11:31:33 AM

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October 22, 2012 9:03:49 AM

COLGeek said:
Have fun with your new build. Good luck!


colgeek my build is compleate should i close this thread if yes then how
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October 22, 2012 1:41:29 PM

Since you selected a best answer a moderator will close soon. You can also send a message to a moderator to ask that it be closed. Just click on Report.

Good luck!
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