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    Quote Originally Posted by davemon50 View Post
    Are you aware that 2 of the 3 Corsair 64GB DDR4 memory kits they offer at 3200 MHz and above (4 sticks x 16) are on your memory QVL list for Asus? So Asus says they work and will honor it. The memory doesn't have to be stamped with ROG on the memory in order to work, if they are listed on the QVL by Asus for your board, they are backed to work by Asus. Also, Corsair has a test sheet showing what motherboards they've tested their memory with (although that's not Asus' test).


    Yes, i am aware that it DOES NOT have to be stamped with ROG to work, but like i said i would prefer to try and stay within the ROG scheme. This build is as much about aesthetic as it is performance. Also, it has been shown through many benchmarks that anything above 16GB ram doesn't improve FPS during gaming by much if anything at all... so i think 32GB should future proof it a little bit, if it is even needed at all and my personal opinion is that 64GB is just bragging rights. I simply like the look of the ROG stamp on the RAM. I know there are a few other brands that make the ROG certified RAM, but the dominators just have that distinctive look to them. Just wow. Thank you for pointing that out though, I'm sure some new builders will read this and it will help them in their process.

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    Yeah I like the Dominator's look too, they simply wouldn't fit in my build or I would've bought them. Went with RED though, like you I did it for the look.

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