Question about Intel Asus P5GL-MX 800MHz FSB 915GL Chipset Dual Channel DDR 400 Socket 775/T ATX Motherboard with L... (MB77ASP5GLMX)
Yes if your going to put 1 gig on each slot it will work because the maximum RAM that your motherboard can handle is only 4 GB and make sure that all four are of the same speed but just incase that you bought a higher speed RAM it will work still but the speeed would be the speed of your lower speed RAM, hope this help
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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Hi, does your board have 2 diferent color RAM slots?
if it does you must install the RAM in the same color slots.
If not then you have the option of buying a 512 stick of RAM and installing that as a quick fix. The other alternative is to have your board tested by a technician.
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