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Only the ROG Maximus VI Extreme and ASUS Z87 Deluxe are certified with an XMP to run 3,000MHz G.Skill DDR3 (F3-3000C12Q-16GTXDG). This has been validated by Intel itself on its latest QVL publication for 4th gen Core i7 series processors, such as the i7-4770K.
3,000 MHz DDR3 memory. You want some? Try Corsair’s new Dominator Platinum DIMMs. What motherboard do they recommend using? Maximus V! Check inside for the performance results.
Source: Corsair Blog
This is a short guide to show how easy it is to upgrade the G74SX A1 gaming laptop. Normally most laptops require at least a screwdriver to get into them, and even then they’ll only give access to a memory upgrade. The G74 is different. It has a single large panel, which uses one big screw that can be easily undone using a key or a coin. This panel covers both memory and hard drives, so you can upgrade both via the single hatch.
Today we are looking at some new laptop memory by Kingston that takes advantage of some late-specs for Sandybridge chipsets: 1600MHz and 1866MHz memory support. These modules are Plug n Play for i7 Gen 2 systems, tho they should be backwards compatible for earlier systems. For systems using integrated Intel graphic solutions, the gaming perks are quite noticeable. Since the GPU uses system RAM for video, the added speed can generate up to 80% in FPS increases.
The ASUS Rampage III Gene is a small form factor Micro ATX motherboard that packs a powerful punch! This board begs to ask how well a small form factor system can overclock. Here you will see if the Gene will live up to the expectations of its legendary big brother the Rampage III Extreme. At the hart of the Rampage III GENE is its the X58 chip set capable of Quad SLI, and Quadfire-X the LGA1366 socket board is capable of triple channel DDR3 and up 24GB of memory.