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Asus P4C800-E Deluxe & TwinX1024-4000Pro


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These module will be compatible, but I really dout that a 2.8C or faster CPU would be able to run at the Freq required to run these modules. You might consider Twinx1024-3200Pro instead.
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[quote name='RAM GUY']These module will be compatible, but I really dout that a 2.8C or faster CPU would be able to run at the Freq required to run these modules. You might consider Twinx1024-3200Pro instead.[/QUOTE] Thanks Ram Guy; So if I can re-confirm. You are suggesting that I utilize the Corsair Twinx1024-3200 LL Pro (I do not see a 3200Pro listed by itself) with the Intel 2.4C Ghz processor (This has 512KB L2cache?)? I am proposing to utilize the Asus P4C800-E Deluxe. Can you give me any ideas of how high I shoudl be able to OC this puppy (2.4C)? Regards, Michael
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This link may help. [url]http://www.asusforums.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=24[/url] Generally, the 3.0c CPUs won't OC to 250mhz which is the stock frequency of the PC4000. The slower CPUs (2.4c, 2.6c, and 2.8c) will generally OC better with the 2.4c being considered the best OCer of the bunch by far. So, if you want a 3.0c CPU, you won't get full usage of the PC4000 RAM. That is why RAM GUY suggested that you go with the PC3200C2 Pro. I would add the PC3200LL Pro also or the non-Pro version of either. The PC3200 runs at 200mhz which is much closer to the 3.0c will run. If you want the PC4000 RAM, I'd suggest a 2.4c, a 2.6c, or "possibly" a 2.8c. You will have a much better chance of fully utilizing the RAM at 250mhz+. Good luck, Mike.
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