I'm attempting to build some high performance computers for rendering 3D images. I've never built a computer before, so it's all a bit of a challenge, but I have some knowledge about how they work, but putting it into practice is a different matter!
Before I ordered all the parts, I just want to check something out, as these are going to be dual processor machines and due to the price, the ASUS Z8NA-D6 motherboard seems to be the best choice. I'd like to put 24GB of RAM onto the board, using 6 x 4GB sticks.
From doing a bit of research, it appears that the motherboard needs triple channel RAM?
I've found some Corsair memory that looks OK to me, but before I go and order it, I'd just like to get some more experienced opinion on it.
Hi, Corsair doesn't list compatible kits for the board. It doesn't mean that they would not work.
You can google for "Z8NA-D6 and CMX12GX3M3A1333C9". See if you can find working configurations.
If not, Crucial does list guaranteed compatible kits for the board: http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Z8NA-...