|Geez, do some friggin research. The point of that article is that you don't HAVE to get high performance RAM....it's a waste of money.|
"High End Memory Is Not Worth The Money
The results are obvious: going from one memory speed to the next, e.g. from DDR3-1066 to 1333, does not provide major benefits. Even the replacement of slow DDR3-800 RAM by DDR3-1600 memory will mostly yield disappointing results."
"Knowing all of these results, it is obvious that highest speed DDR3 memory only makes sense for serious enthusiasts, or for those with unlimited budgets. Everyone else should focus on mainstream clock speeds of DDR3-1066 or DDR3-1333, and go for a trustworthy brand and the quickest timings their budget allows."
And if you look at the link that YOU posted, ASUS has a list of RAM that's been tested & found to be compatible with your board. You realize that you can change the timings too, right? Just because you get 9-9-9-24 doesn't mean that it won't run at 7-7-7-20.