Thanks. And if you want to teach what to look at to know if they're compatible please do, so I won't ask any more stupid questions, lol.
Your motherboard does support it, but only with an overclock. That's what the (OC) stands for in the mobo's description.
Not a big deal really, basically you go into the BIOS and set everything manually until your RAM is running at it's correct speed and voltage. In this case, 1866MHz at 1.5v
Also, definitely not a stupid question! I was confused about this at one point as well :P
[color=green]And can you try to combine your posts into one thread as possible since your last threads were roughly related to this topic? You're creating alot more threads than everyone else in a short period and this won't be fair on others, as they have a question that they wanted to answer ASAP. So be considerate to others please.[/color]