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I am running an intel D865GVH2 mother board with DDR400 512 ram, what memory is suitable for this board and where do I find this info?

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The DDR400 is the fastest that the board can handle, an the maximum capacity is 4Gb. If you have memory slots open, just put the RAM in ther. If none open, then you will have to buy new ones.

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