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To what maximum may I upgrade the Ram memory of the Ideq AMD Athlon(tm)XP2400+ processor?

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Depends on the number of slots on the motherboard each slot can have a max of 1 GB so if it is 2 slots then u can have (2) 1 GB chips for 2 gb ram

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    depends on the number of slots on the motherboard each slot can have a max of 1 GB so if it is 2 slots then u can have (2) 1 GB chips for 2 gb ram

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