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Gigabyte GA-60X Memory upgrade.

Hi there, can anyone tell me please the maximum size of memory you can use on this board. the manual states the maximum is 512 SDram 133Mhz but i know the manual is old and will be out of Date.

Any offical suggestions.

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Hey syconus, Matt here- It will unfortuatly still only take the 512mb because it is not compatible with the new memory. Sorry:|.

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Hi Shaun,

the official site manual, states that 512 meg of sdram. is the maximum.
The latest bios update, was 31-10-2002. this did,nt give any extra support for more memory either.
Largest cpu support is P3. 1.4 gig. i,d suggest an upgrade for your best option. ( boards very outdated )
if the board has 3 x ram slots. you could try 2 x 256 meg strips. and add a 64 or 128 meg strip at best. ensure it,s the same rated ram. i.e 100mhz or 133mhz. it,ll either boot or it won,t.
you can always remove it. and restart the computer.

hope this helps.

Mike @ Compurepair.

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