So, I am upgrading my build from an AM3 build to the Gigabyte Z77x-UD3H with either a core i7 2600k or a core i5 3570k. I currently have OCZ Gold Low Voltage DDR3 1333 ram (The model no. is ocz3g1333lv4gk) and its pretty outdated from 2010. The timings aren't all that great either, 9-9-9-20 compared to now. I know that Sandy Bridge supports 1333 mhz natively, but Ivy bridge supports 1600 mhz. Can the ram still work with either processor configs? Thanks.
yes they would run on both systems
go with the sandy bridge, ivy bridge is just a smaller revision of sandy bridge
david179057 wrote:go with the sandy bridge, ivy bridge is just a smaller revision of sandy bridge
Well what happenes if you compare 22nm to 32nm? It's like comparing a short distance laser to a longer one.
so the voltages over 1.5v problems on Sandy Bridge and ivy bridge are just a myth right? Because mine is @ 1.65.
@david179057 I was leaning towards a sandy bridge too; mainly because better overclocking.
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