MasonStorm Posted August 26, 2008 Share Posted August 26, 2008 Greetings RAM Guy, I'm hoping to equip my Asus Striker II Extreme with 8GB of your RAM, linked and sync'd at FSB1600. From everything I've read around the web, I understand that I will need to buy DDR3-1800 memory for it to run with stability at 1600MHz when in an 8GB, 4x2GB configuration. Would you suggest this TW3X4G1800C8DF memory, in 2 kits for a total of 8GB, to achieve this goal? Or is it unlikely to succeed even with increased NB voltages? If not recommended, would your TW3X4G2000C9DF DDR3-2000 kit do the trick? I realize such expensive set-ups probably haven't even been tested in 8GB configurations, but based on your expertise, what do you recommend? (I realize I could RMA the memory if it fails, but with the going 15-20% restocking fees, I'd end up being out anywhere from $150-$300 if these kits don't work, at their present prices.) Thanks in advance! Just in case my system's specs don't automatically appear in my posting: Tagan BZ 1300W; QX9770 @ 4GHz; 2xEVGA 9800GX2 SSCs in quad-SLI; Creative X-Fi Elite Pro; Areca 1231ML PCI_X8 RAID0 w/4xWD VelociRaptors. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.