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DeathsRevenge

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Hello. I was just looking over some Corsair Memory which claims to be "Made for Athlon FX's", however the FX Series (besides the FX-51) are all Socket 939, and Corsair fails to list one 939 board on their compatibility list. I've noticed on reviews of this Corsair Memory people have had other boards, beyond the compatibility list.

My question is pretty much, whill this Corsair Memory work with this new Sapphire board.

It's Registered/ECC Memory (TWIN1024(512x2))

MEMORY - http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820145476

BOARD - http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813154006
http://www.sapphiret...ns.php?gpid=117
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Josh Nansoz

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one word m8 before you go and buy it:
crucial

will def work or all your money back :tazz:
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warriorscot

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That memory will work fine you generally check the board requirements as DDR memory from corsair hasnt really changed since it was released before the 939, corsair xms is the best memory on the market especailly when you consider the price and the guarantee you get with it. Top quality ram and alot cheaper than its lesser competition. No choice in my mind.

The fx series were also on the old AMD socket as well not just on 939, it still holds true its compatible with it none the less.

PS if you dont believe me i use it in my own system and its excellent.

Edited by warriorscot, 06 December 2005 - 06:14 AM.

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