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Probably your best source for all specifications for your listed motherboard can be found here: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1638#ov
From the specifications listed, you can use 400mhz DDR memory, and up to 3 gb total. This is true of all 32-bit systems. Windows 32-bit operating systems can only recognize 3 gb of RAM, so it really wouldn't be worthwhile to add more than this. It is when you are able to run a Windows 64-bit system that you would be able to increase this amount. Your particular motherboard is only designed to handle 32-bit. If possible, it would be worthwhile to you to save your pennies and migrate into using a much more modern motherboard. Thanks, Thomas Spears, Missouri, USA
Posted on May 21, 2015
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