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Tuesday, 21 December 2010 14:53

MSI's P67 motherboard supports 32GB of memory

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The P67A-GD65
Although it sounds like overkill, it is nice to know that MSI's upcoming P67A-GD65 Sandy Bridge motherboard will support up to 32GB of memory.

What you see below is a CPU-Z screenshot from MSI's facebook page. It shows the MSI P67A-GD65 running Intel's Core i7-2600K ES CPU and paired up with 32GB of system memory. Although it is not clear which memory and at what specs it works, it will be clear once Intel officially launches its Sandy Bridge CPUs.

Hopefully, we'll see at least a couple of such kits from the usual suspects like Kingston, OCZ, Corsair and others, although we're not expecting miracles when it comes to prices. 

You can check out the original screenshot here.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 21 December 2010 16:56
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+7 #1 rundll 2010-12-21 17:24
How about making a ram disk and place windows there. To avoid power failures an UPS could be handy.
 
 
+10 #2 BernardP 2010-12-21 20:15
According to CPU-Z, the 2600K runs at only 1.208 V @ 3.4 GHz. I see a lot of headroom 8)
 
 
-2 #3 DJDestiny 2010-12-21 20:17
Quoting BernardP:
According to CPU-Z, the 2600K runs at only 1.208 V @ 3.4 GHz. I see a lot of headroom 8)

Well , that comes with a hefty price tag .
 

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