I think you need CL-9 the part # you posted is CL-8 , You can try it but , you may have to go in the BIOS and set the timmings your self.
Thanks very much for helping. Question- I see "Cas Latency" listed as 9. I don't know what it means... but is the CL you're talking about something different?
Now I see that the new [Kingston] memory is triple channel and the mobo lists "Support for single- and dual-channel memory interleaving". Is this a deal breaker?
Those last two guest comments were from me of course- forgot to login...
Anyhow- can anyone help me out here? Will using triple channel memory cause a problem?
Am I right about these modules being CL-9 and not CL-8?
Notice anything else that will cause troulbe with the DX58SO motherboard?
Thanks very much.
Yes those are CL 9 . Makopa
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I used Kingston hyperX KHX1600C8D3K3/6GX 8-8-8-24 timings 1600-CL8 2gb parts with i7-920 Tri Channel config. XMP accepted immediately. Works great, without lock up, or overclocking core freq. Later got higher speed CL9, which wont boot fater than 1066.
Suggest you stick with CL8, whatever brand you get.