ayu Posted March 11, 2009 Share Posted March 11, 2009 9 months ago, I put a lot of effort into getting the right parts for my new computer, also compability-wise. Searched the different sites for products which would suit my needs. Came across the Asus P5Q3 Deluxe/Wifi AP, and as a guy comming straight from DDR(1), DDR3 was like totally new for me, so I wanted to make sure that I got some RAM that where compatible. I found the compability-list on this site and found the TWIN3X4096-1600C9DHX listed as being compatible (think it was as enthusiast). I bought the parts, and got my rig together, and have had nothing but troubles since. I have recently got them sort of stable, but only sort of, because getting BSODs any time from none and up to +10 times a day, really not satisfying! Later on I also found that the RAM has been removed from the compability-list, no wonder! In need for more memory, I wanted to expand to 8Gb, but not with these RAM as base. So are looking for alternatives. I see in other threads that people recommend: "TWIN3X4096-1600C7DHX", but all I can find in my country are: "TWIN3X4096-1600C7DHX G", so my question is what is the difference? If compatible, is it possible to use two kits of TWIN3X4096-1600C7DHX G for a total of 8Gb on my board (P5Q3)? Overclocking is not really the issue for me, simply want a stable system would even settle for 1333MHz RAM, is there a good not too pricy alternative for me here? (same conditions as above, 4 sticks for a total of 8Gb). Hope for some good advice from the RAM-GUY him-self, because have really tried everything in my power to make this work (bios updates, formats, ramtest, bios-tweaks, underclock, you name it). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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