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    What does it mean when (OC) is next to MoBo memory standards?

    I bought 8gb of RAM at 2133 MHz (link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231468 ), and I wanna make sure I get a motherboard that works. Here's an example from the motherboard's description:

    "4×240pin DDR3 1066/1333/1600/1866(OC)/2133(OC), 2200*/2400*/2667*/2800*MHz(OC, 22nm CPU required)"

    Does that mean I can use my 2133 MHz RAM? The motherboard is 1155, so the RAM itself is compatible, but what kind of speed would I get? Would I have to use 1600 MHz RAM and then OC? Would I have to get a better Mobo? /so confused

    Quote Originally Posted by momirmaster View Post
    Although I believe that We never killed osama and OBAMA just used it as propaganda to win a election cause Osama's was probably dead for years I Usually am not gullible.

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    You can just google your question and come up with this forum http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...d.php?t=700453

    But in short yes you can use that ram

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sthos View Post
    You can just google your question and come up with this forum http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...d.php?t=700453

    But in short yes you can use that ram
    I thought it was a really obscure question, so I figured the smart guys here would know. But thanks, that link helped.

    Quote Originally Posted by momirmaster View Post
    Although I believe that We never killed osama and OBAMA just used it as propaganda to win a election cause Osama's was probably dead for years I Usually am not gullible.


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