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    MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum

    I'm thinking of upgrading from my K7N2 Delta2 Platinum with XP3200+ to a K8N Neo2 Platinum with 3500+ venice Core. I want to keep my current grpahics card which is why I'm staying on AGP. In my current system I have a pair of TwinX2048-PC3200C2PT memory modules, I want o keep these and use them in the new mobo, will these run at the recommended 2.5-3-3-6 or wiull I have to run them slower, like at the 3-3-3-8 that I have to run them at now.

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    • sawyen's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI Laptop motherboard
      • CPU:
      • Intel Core i7 740QM
      • Memory:
      • 8192MB DDR3
      • Storage:
      • 256GB SSD, 1TB WD
      • Graphics card(s):
      • AMD Mobility HD 5870
      • PSU:
      • MSI stuff
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      • N/A
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      • Win 7 64bit
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      • Virgin ADSL rubbish
    These will run fine at 2-3-3-6... A64 mem controllers arent as fragile as AXPs.. they can run CAS 2.0 no prob..

    My C2PT runs 2-2-2-5 at 2.8V
    Me want Ultrabook


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    Excellent, thats good to know. I'll probably be ordering the kit in the next few days.

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