Question about Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard - 915G Chipset - Onboard Audio, Video, Lan - MicroATX

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Hard disk and ram size

What is maximum hard disk and ram cpacity that i can upgrade for my system that has p4 processor with intel 915 g motherboard

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  • senthil j Jan 05, 2009

    Hi , Thanks for reply , Can you please tell whether the ram used in intel 915 gvwb mother board is ddr1 or ddr 2 , i use windows xp ,can you tell what is max hard drive i can use for this os

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With xp are you going to use the 32-bit file structure or 64-bit fs? this determines weather you can use 1GB memory (32-bit) or 2GB (64-bit). hard drive size will also be determined by which service pack of xp you are running. xp- home edition- 137GB hhd, the other service packs and the bit size of your file structure will allow larger hdd's.

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Hello
i m using motherboard of intel915gvwb. but i found there is no
agp slot in it. now i want to add graphic card in it. so how can
i add this card in it.

pls suggest some remedy.

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Here's a quote from a site which sells that board.

The D915GAGL provides 4 DIMM sockets using 184-pin DDR with a total capacity of up to 4GB. You can install DDR PC3200/2700 memory modules.

I see yours isn't an AGL, but if you open up your case and see that there're four slots for ram, then it should have the same limit.

What this means is, each slot can handle a max of 1GB per stick. So 4 sticks is for GB's.

As for hard drive size, this is usually a limit of the OS and not really a problem since earlier windows days. You should be able to put a fairly large hard drive in there, just make sure the right cables are used. This board uses SATA cables, so your hard drive must be SATA not PATA.

Hope this helps.

Caid.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

  • CaidJ Jan 06, 2009

    Once again, the hard drive shouldn't be limited by XP. You should be able to put a lot in there, a bit hard drive, should be ok.



    As for DDR1 or DDR2 I am not sure. Here is the official spec sheet from intel. http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/ag/...



    They don't list the ram types as 1 or 2, they list them in specific numbers.



    I hope that helps.



    Just as a side note, this motherboard looks a bit older, and supports some older ram types. I have a feeling that it might not support newer ram types. Keep that in mind when you're purchasing ram for it.



    Caid.

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