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    Question ADATA DDR3 1333 4GB Compatibility with ASUS P5P43TD PRO

    I got an Transcend jetram 1333 4GB (JM1333KLN-4G) for the P5P43TD PRO with planning to get another for dual channel. After some ghataghati it seems that this module is not in the QVL list and the Mobo is not in this modules compatibility list. Also the mobo manual states that this mobo doesn't support modules made up off chips 256MB and smaller (this module has 256x16 chips). The probelms I'm having are, although PC boots fine and runs fine with ram set as default 1066 MHz (as my FSB is 1066, ram is default set as 1066 though the ram and the mobo both are rated at 1333), if I set the ram manually to 1333, the PC won't boot. I don't know what will happen when I put 2 on dual channel, so I don't want to risk it. Upon more ghataghati I found the ADATA Premiere series 4GB RAMs lists this mobo on their compatibility list. Can anyone confirm this? Also can anyone give me any information about the chip sizes of the ADATA? I just want to run flawlessly at dual channel and rated 1333 MHz bus, no need to overclock further so I don't think I need performance RAMs.

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    NP, Plugged in the ADATAs and they work flawlessly.

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