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I just bought ram from Corsair. it is a XMS DDR2. I have a motherboard from Amptron, model number, M7IGPD-AO4. Will it work with my Motherboard?

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Take out the existing rame and compare it with the new.even if the old is bad it will still tell you what kind you will long as it snaps in and the clasps shut on it is should work.make shure there is no dusk in the connectors.depending on your bios and mother board you can get a max of 2gb,4gb,6gb,8gb,16gb

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