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Memory card replacements in two PC-s.

Want to upgrade memory cards in two computers. They both have 'gigabite' motherboards.

Computer 1 : P4 Titan series Motherboard. GA-8S648FX-775(-C). SIS 648 FX chipset.
Question : What one gig, or two 500 megabit memoricard(s) would be compatible with the above motherboard???

Computer 2 : RZ series motherboard. 8S661FXMP-RZ. SIS 661FX chipset.

Question : Same as for the P4 ***án series motherboard, above.

My email address is : agrobszi.1@bigpond.com

Please reply.

Regards, Robert J. Szigeti.

P.S : The above motherboard numbers were placed in my computers and they are genuine, GIGABITE products. Please REPLY!!! It is impossible, to get your attention for your own product. I am in Ausztralia and need help!!!

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Computer 1 = DDR400 Memory

Computer 2 = DDR400 Memory

Dude, next time you should try http://www.google.com

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