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What's the max memory i7 processors can use?

There are lots of i7 motherboards that support 64GB memory, and even one that supports 128GB: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130681 But I read that i7 CPUs can't access more ...
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Hi I would like to know if modules (2gb each) of G Skill F3-12800CL7 are compatible with Intel® NUC Kit D34010WYK

I would like to know if modules (2gb each) of G Skill F3-12800CL7 are compatible with Intel NUC Kit D34010WYK. That because of the voltage: the NUC does not support 1,5 V but only 1,35 V. I would ...
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Install too much RAM - and then? [closed]

I saw some already asked if its possible to install more than max. specified RAM capacity. I want to go a bit further. I have a laptop (Vaio VPCF11C5e) with currently 2x4GB 1066Mhz installed. ...
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Intel Pentium E5700 and RAM?

I just ordered DDR3 PC3-12800 1600MHz, in a single 8GB module, and my motherboard has 4 slots but can support a max of 8GB of RAM, will my CPU be able to use this RAM to it's full potential? Will it ...
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Motherboard Issue - 3 Beep Bios (memory error) despite new RAM

I have an Intel dG43RK motherboard, bought new and sealed, and have tried two different brands and speeds of RAM with a 3-beep BIOS indicating a memory error, which also occurs without RAM installed ...
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Maximum memory speed using a non-overclocked Intel Sandy Bridge (socket 1155) Core i5

I've read a couple of similar questions on this subject here, but I'm still confused: I'm about to buy a new PC and I'm interested in a Core i5 (2500). Apparently the CPU supports DDR3 1066/1333 ...
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Will an Intel i5 processor make use of DDR3 1600 ram?

I'm trying to play catch up with today's technology to build a new desktop system (to run Star Craft 2). I'm looking at Intel's Nehalem (microarchitecture) and the highest memory interface it'll use ...
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For what sort of workload can a Core i7-920 be faster than a i7-860?

Core i7-860 has a slightly higher clock speed (2.8 vs 2.66 GHz) Core i7-920 has QPI and tri-channel DDR3 (vs DMI and dual-channel)