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P4g800-v max capacity

Hi everybody, i'd like to know if someone has tried to explode the max out of this mobo. i have tried up to 4gb ram and 500gb ide hdd ... has anyone tried more on ram and/or hard drive (sata or ide)? it will be sincerly appreciated, thanks!

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    Carlos Perez Jan 22, 2009

    of course i already did i was wondering by someones experience if more has been tried as for ram and for hd, but thanks anyways

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Please read the mother board manual. You can know how much ram it will be support.

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