Memory for Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro SLi

  Giggle n' Bits 13:30 21 Mar 06

I am currently working on a parts list to build a AMD x2 4800, Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro Sli (Not using SLi until later date) I want Dual Channel PC3200 DDR400 I usually in the past have used Crucial but looking around I believe there is some faster perfomance memory.

I am not interested in OverClocking.

What I am trying to find is a Qualified memory list for this Motherboard but the Downloaded manual or Where I have looked on Gigabyte website I am unable to find a memory list.

Ok, I no Crucial do Balistic memory, also I see a lot of thumbs up for Corsair memory, so help needed please for this motherboard qualified memory list please.

I am trying to also iluminate Heat Spreaders from reading a article in a mag I am lead to believe these are bumping memory prices up.

  Harpur 14:17 21 Mar 06

visit corsairs site click here

they have a tool to show their compatible memory

  Stuartli 14:21 21 Mar 06

Is this what you are thinking about? It's the type I use on my system:

click here

Full list of Corsair memory:

click here

  Stuartli 14:23 21 Mar 06

The Corsair Value memory I'm using was originally nearly £100 for 1GB...:-)

  Giggle n' Bits 18:40 21 Mar 06

& M8 Stuartli

Does anyone know where the actuall Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro SLi Qualified memory Vendor list is please on the Gigabyte site.

  Stuartli 19:41 21 Mar 06

This is the RAM spec for the board:

RAM Installed ( Max ) 0 MB / 4 GB (max)
Supported RAM Speed PC2100, PC2700, PC3200
RAM Features Two DDR channels

So the PC3200 Corsair Value memory mentioned earlier comes with lifetime support and will probably also be the best cost wise. It's a well respected brand.

You'll also find it at very reasonable prices on e-Bay.

  Giggle n' Bits 22:22 21 Mar 06

will go Corsair route.

  Stuartli 22:34 21 Mar 06

Another source:

click here

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