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I have a systemax ascent with snc203eeh mobo.I have 2 slots for memory.1 is empty and 2 has krv133x64c3/256 (168 pin). How much mem can i install

It says the mobo can support up 4gb.But I went to crucial.com and they said I was at max with the 256mb. confused

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You didn't post your OS? 32? 64? If you have a 32bit OS, the max is 4GB's, but your software will only use around 3.80GB's. if you are using PC-133? You may be limited to 2GB's Take a look here: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2855814&CatId=544 OR http://www.walmart.com/ip/ACP-Memory-Upgrades-AA36C128R72-PC133-1GB-SDRAM-Memory-Module/13044619. 1 GBx2 may be the most you can get in PC-133.

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No. Your Dell Dimension uses PC-2100 type memory. Your Dell Dimension can support up to 1GB of memory. For optimal performance install the maximum amount of memory in each socket. Your Dell Dimension 4500 has 2 banks of 1 socket each for a total of 2 memory sockets.

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Some older computers, like mine, have a maximum memory they can handle. This one happens to be 1 gig, but yours may be less. Do you have an older computer? Yup, you do. As seen here, the maximum supported ram is 256. I'm sorry. Please rate.


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