You should see a specific list with brands of memory supported...correct? If it's on the list, it's supported. But I still don't think you'd see much of an increase in performance for the price over 1600mhz.
Originally Posted by j03
Sometimes you've got to overclock your chipset (???!!! perhaps) to support higher ram speeds, but the manufacturer lists them as compatible.
That's kind of what I was trying to get across, but I wasn't sure how DDR3 and the new Sandy Bridge setup works so I was avoiding comment on that. So if someone can give a definitive that'd be great.