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Conflicting information about maximum memory allowed

Please can you help me; I want to increase the RAM on my Evesham Axis 64 MKR but on this site it says the maximum RAM is 8 GB, on the MSI (motherboard) site it states I can install 2 GB of DDR400 or 3GB of DDR333. Can you tell me which is correct?

Will any generic memory be compatible with this computer (something I can pick up from PC world like PNY) or should I stick to a brand like Kingston, Elixir or Crucial?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Regards

Jim

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Your problem is not so clear. I guess you are having a P-4 with MSI Mother board. Almost all motherboards that support DDR 333/400 can support up to 2 GB of memory.

It is always better to buy brands like kingston.

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