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the board takes DDR3 upto speeds 1600.

there is a memory support list there as well, have a look :) only problem them lists are not updated often.


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So it can be any make aslong as its DDR3 and 1600 or under. is that right?

thats right :smashin:

if you do pick a make Corsair,ocz ect, your best bet is to go to the makers site and ask if the ram will work on your board, this is what i do when looking for mem to fit a new board, at least then your guaranteed to no you will have no issues, you may even see a post there asking the same question.

also Corsair and Ocz have very good support, gskill are a good memory i.e ripsaws but there support is a bit rubbish if you hit issues.

good time to buy memory as well as the prices are very good at the moment. :)

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