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    Question Will my Intel P45 work with OCZ RAM

    Greets again,

    I have an Intel P45PSNLK Board that I'm hoping to set up this week.
    Link to Intel site

    I just purchased the 2x1G OCZ2G8002GK kit from outpost Link to OCZ site

    If someone could respond soon, I would appreciate it as I already ordered with next day delivery.

    Thank you


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    You need to talk to Tony or someone with an "OCZ" tag on their name.

    I can't see why the memory wouldn't work. You probably won't get the best use of those modules since the 945P chipset peaks(I think) at DDR2 667.

    EDIT: Not sure if you were aware of this but the official OCZ forums are here:
    http://www.bleedinedge.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=45

    If you wanted a rep from the company then you should go there. If you wanted "average joe's" opinion then here or the Bleedinedge memory forum are fine.

    Thank you MarcusOCZ.
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    Hi,

    As long as yuor board and cpu can handle 800mhz ram, i can't see a reason why it shouldn't work.
    Problems with your OCZ product? Feel free to PM or email me here

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    Thank you both for the reply.

    The Board supports upto 667 and the processor is a D820 which is 800Mhz FSB

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