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These are the memory mods for your motherboard. It looks like you would max out at 8GB (4x2GB). You would need to verify the clock speed and such on the 1GB you already have (take the part number off of the chip and punch it into Google for a reference). Cross populating memory of different speeds isn't the greatest.

Note: I am not affiliated with the linked vendor, it's simply for illustrative purposes only.

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