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    Default DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    Trying to find compatible Memory for this motherboard
    I have been told G.skill is good. Any others Good?
    What speed would you recommend as 2000,1866, 1333 and 1066
    Cas etc

    Running a AMD 4130 CPU

    I dont know if i can change the memory voltage i would be ok with any.
    How ever says profile 1 or profile two
    When changed to auto i still can't change the voltage

    I have about 50 dollars to spend 4x2 so a total of 8 gb

    Getting frustrated not like when i was building computers with ddr1 that was easy 333 or 400
    Now i am getting confused.

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    Tim

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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    Quote Originally Posted by timj3371 View Post
    Trying to find compatible Memory for this motherboard
    I have been told G.skill is good. Any others Good?
    What speed would you recommend as 2000,1866, 1333 and 1066
    Cas etc

    Running a AMD 4130 CPU

    I dont know if i can change the memory voltage i would be ok with any.
    How ever says profile 1 or profile two
    When changed to auto i still can't change the voltage

    I have about 50 dollars to spend 4x2 so a total of 8 gb

    Getting frustrated not like when i was building computers with ddr1 that was easy 333 or 400
    Now i am getting confused.

    Thanks
    Tim
    Here you have the list of all compatible memory for this board:
    http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...-970a-ud3p.pdf

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    I have looked at that seems to geek to me ? just tring to find recommendations?
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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    I would recommend Corsair or G Skill. I've had good luck with both companies and even had to RMA some ram with G Skill before. Went really smoothly. I would go 1600 or 1866 on the speed if you're not comfortable with technical overclocks. Most of the time though, you just set an XMP profile for the ram and the board uses those timings automatically so it's no big deal if it say OC. Don't go any less than 1600 though since you'll start hurting your performance at that point. Get as low of a CAS latency as you can get while staying in your budget and aesthetics.

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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    Yup d Corsair or G Skill. all good Tim.

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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    Quote Originally Posted by timj3371 View Post
    I have looked at that seems to geek to me ? just tring to find recommendations?
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    This is only memory I've found for your budget:
    G.SKILL Ares Series 8GB (2 x 4Gb 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900) Desktop Memory Model F3-1866C9D-8GAB - Newegg.com

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    Default Re: DDR 3 Ram Upgrade on Gigabyte GA-A-UD3P

    GSKill RAM is good stuff. A lot of brands are good,....but that GSKill ARES kit is a good one.

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