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ASUS P6X58-E PRO AI SUITE II DRIVER
This is the first time i ever got something pack in the right size box with bubble wrap all around motherboard. Date published: April 15, April 14, April 13, Would this ram work on my current setup and in addition to future gpu upgrade?
First off, please do not submit multiple comments with the same content I deleted the other ones. Please be patient when submitting comments. Now, about your question: The memory upgrade supplier CompuRam even lists your mainboard as being compatible with 48GiB, see [ here ].
Also, the GPU upgrade has nothing to do with main memory. So those two are entirely unrelated.
It did not work in a stable fashion with the stock latencies CL9. So I had to manually relax the latencies to CL10 One of the modules failed after a few years. You can still go for the Crucials, of course.
Just keep Asus P6X58-E PRO AI Suite II mind that if you encounter any instabilities, you may need to relax the timings in the BIOS manually like from to or even raise the V DIMM memory voltage to something like 1. I had a look at the Kingston ones you mentioned but they were a tad more expensive so I skipped those for now. Just out of curiosity have you tried going over 48gb and is that even possible?
Next stop upgrade is probably a M. The idea of going over 48GiB has been discussed in great detail in the comments here. In theory, it should be possible by using a Xeon chip and Reg.
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Reason being that the Xeon can use double the ranks when using registered RAM. Since you could extend the rank limit from 2 to 4 per module, it would be possible to use quad-rank Reg. As for the M. You would need to use an adapter card with Asus P6X58-E PRO AI Suite II least 8 lanes on the host side and an active bridge chip, like the Alpicata Quad M. There are likely others as well.
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Such a card can bridge the 4 PCIe 3. When used with a Samsung Pro which features an AHCI fallback bootblockyou can even talk the X58 chipset into booting an operating system from such Asus P6X58-E PRO AI Suite II construct. Unfortunately, M. Currently using the Corsair RM Gold. It was actually a replacement from a w but I ended up using it until now. Speaking of which I probably need to upgrade the PSU at some point. The Crucial 48gb Ram arrived today, popped them in and to my surprise they work at latency?
I did some research in regards to the M. And also unsure how this chip works. And like I said, a card with a bridge chip can bridge 4 PCIe 3. There is one bus on one side and another on the other side.
So the host lanes are about half speed, but you have twice as Asus P6X58-E PRO AI Suite II. That kind of thing is only possible if you have a PCIe 3. A bridgeless card would just connect the 4 lanes of the SSD to 4 lanes on the host bus of the mainboard directly, without any layer in between. With a bridge, there is a small PCIe 3.
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