View Full Version : msi sandy bridge mb supporting 32gb of ram
12-21-10, 06:17 PM
edit: the title should say 32,not 33.
Crazy amount of RAM. :eek:
I fixed the title too ;)
12-27-10, 05:54 PM
just take a look at my sig, nuff said.
12-27-10, 05:58 PM
Wow... 32GB of RAM. Isn't Sandy Bridge the mainstream and low end platform? Why on earth would anybody with such a platform need 32GB of RAM? :lol:
12-27-10, 06:06 PM
It's probably more of an Intel internal thing so that they have a similar IMC across different products. This is the base IMC for future products like Sandy Bridge E and so on.
I was just imagining a budget, sub-$100 board with advertisement that it supports 32GB of RAM. :lol:
12-27-10, 06:11 PM
It's really not the right platform for features like this but if it's possible, it's possible. Nothing against that ;)
No, not at all.
I just kinda' laugh at somebody paying so little for the board and processor, but then dumping... thousands(?) almost on the RAM.
Would be kinda' funny, is all. :lol:
12-27-10, 06:15 PM
my 24gb sells for less than $1000 now and that includes other brands too. the only sick ram price I have seen is the g.skill 48gb 1900mhz ram kit for the evga sr-2 mb. It sells on newegg for $3500. now that's ridiculous.
12-27-10, 06:17 PM
my 24gb sells for less than $1000 now and that includes other brands too.
Yeah, just checked newegg and it'd probably be between $500 and $700.
Still, dumping that much for RAM when the mobo and proc combined cost maybe half that seems... well, retarded. :lol:
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