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Can i put 4gb of ram in a k9vgm-v motherboard

I have 2x1gb ram ddr2 6400 800mhz in just now can i put in 2x2gb

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It should specs say:
• Supports Dual DDR II 533/667/800
- 2 DDRII DIMMs (240pin / 1.8V)
- Supports a maximum memory size up to 2GB.
Most systems will pick up the 4GB, but Windows 32Bit has a 3GB limitation.

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It should specs say:
• Supports Dual DDR II 533/667/800
- 2 DDRII DIMMs (240pin / 1.8V)
- Supports a maximum memory size up to 2GB.
Most systems will pick up the 4GB, but Windows 32Bit has a 3GB limitation.

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Can i put 2x2gb of ram in a k9vgm-v motherboard


http://www.msi.com/product/mb/K9VGM-V.html

Using the above MSI Support website for your motherboard, I want you to find the answer.

Then I want you to come back here, and tell me how you found the answer.

EVEN if you are not sure, post what you think the answer should be.

Then I will tell you if your answer is right, or not; and why it is, or isn't.

!O_O!
How weird is this?

Once I feel you have the correct answer, and the knowledge of how to find it, then I will have accomplished something that will last for your lifetime, and not just post a solution; and you just take it for granted that I am correct.

This way you will know if I am right, or wrong. You can also tell anyone else in the world; what you base your answer on, and the facts to support it.

You will be helping yourself, and possibly someone in the future who may need the information from you.

This knowledge will also expand on what CPU's (Processors) are supported, and graphics cards.

Also time travel..........


(NO! You gonna' believe that last one?........Sheesh!)

Regards,
joecoolvette

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