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    Question Compatibility Issues

    Hi. I am building a new computer and have heard about compatability issues between Asus mobo's and some memory. I was just wondering if the Asus A8V Deluxe is compatible with Crucial CT6464Z40B. Any help would be much appreciated.
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    These are the listed memory options for the A8V Deluxe on the crucials website. Yep that's OK.

    1GB — CT12864Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 Non-parity £136.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £160.96 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    1GB — CT12864Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 Non-parity £136.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £160.96 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    1GB — CT12864Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 Non-parity £144.99 ex. VAT (ea.)
    Coupon Available £170.36 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    1GB — CT12872Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 ECC £161.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £190.34 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    1GB — CT12872Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 ECC £166.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £196.21 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6464Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 Non-parity £49.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £58.74 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6464Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 Non-parity £51.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £61.09 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6464Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 Non-parity £55.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £65.79 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6472Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 ECC £60.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £71.66 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6472Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 ECC £61.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £72.84 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    512MB — CT6472Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 ECC £63.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £75.19 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3264Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 Non-parity £28.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £34.06 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3264Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 Non-parity £28.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £34.06 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3264Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 Non-parity £29.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £35.24 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3272Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 ECC £35.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £42.29 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3272Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 ECC £35.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £42.29 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    256MB — CT3272Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 ECC £36.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £43.46 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    128MB — CT1664Z265 DDR PC2100 CL=2.5 Non-parity £14.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £17.61 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    128MB — CT1664Z335 DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 Non-parity £14.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £17.61 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    128MB — CT1664Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 Non-parity £14.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £17.61 inc. VAT* (ea.)
    128MB — CT1672Z40B DDR PC3200 CL=3 ECC £21.99 ex. VAT (ea.) £25.84 inc. VAT* (ea.)
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    • Butuz's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI Z77 MPOWER
      • CPU:
      • I7 3770K @ 4.6
      • Memory:
      • 16GB Corsair XMS 1866
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    If you go to www.crucial.com/uk and use the excellent memory selector to choose your mobo you can see what ram is tested and garunteed compatible.

    Butuz

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    I never woried about compatability, however I probaly should... But I dont think intel setups are as fussy....

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    I've never personally had a problem with memory not being compatible, hell I normally use Nanya stuff anyway

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    In my previous lfe running marketing for a major system builder, we constantly sent out systems for review + sold thousands a month to end users

    On the production line, memory problems were very rare because the various BIOSes, driver etc were all pretty mature and flexibility was 'built in'

    However, when creating review systems using components that had never been seen before, our R&D team had a special cupboard full of paired memory modules

    Not paired by the company shipping them - but paired on the results of in-house testing

    We made sure that the first production runs on a new system stuck with the memory that had been used in reviews...

    ...until the 'flexibility' arrived a few weeks/months later !
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