hey guys i got one more question about some ram modules
we all know about the ocz sli-ready memory, the reaper hpc and the reaperx hpc memoory modules... whith which sockets are they compatible?(i' m not sure but i think they're n-force compatiple only)
plz make this a bit more clear
For memory modules, there's only 3 standards that you need to worry about. DDR1, DDR2, and DDR3. Regardless of the brand, if the motherboard has a DDR2 slot, the DDR2 memory will work. Those memory modules you pointed out will work in any motherboard that supports the same type of memory.
Make sure your mobo supports the voltage that the memory is supposed to run at, though. Some people have bought memory that required a high voltage that their motherboard didn't support, and so they were stuck with useless ram or having to use the ram at a slower speed.
The modules you pointed out are ridiculous, anyway. The coolers that are on those modules are pretty much useless. If you're going to be paying $150 for DDR2-800 memory with those extreme heat spreaders, you could just buy DDR2-1066 memory for the same price with less extreme heat spreaders and have a better speeds. Makes sense?