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How much RAM should you cram on your motherboard?

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2005-09-08 09:18:51
2005-09-08 09:18:51

As much as your motherboad can handle. Don't cram its easy to install RAM. check the stats on you MB.

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Consult the motherboard documentation or website of the manufacturer to ensure that the RAM is compatible with the motherboard.


The reason for RAM not being intergrated on a motherboard is because theres different RAM sizes and how much RAM a motherboard can handle along with RAM speeds. My motherboard can handle up to 16gb RAM and that is equal to 4 4GB RAM cards and the speeds my motherboard can handle are 2000MHz.


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No, not usually. Check with your motherboard specifications to see what RAM is needed and the maximum RAM your motherboard can handle.


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I have this motherboard with 1GB RAM but it is DDR. If a Motherboard supports DDR it cant support DDR2.


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