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High density memory

I am trying to upgrade a Dimension 1100 with the e210882 motherboard. am about to purchase 2*1gb memory sticks:-
GB PC3200 DDR 400 RAM 400Mhz 2x 1GB 2 GB G DIMM MEMORY

I am aware that my system can only handle 2 gig max.

These sticks are 1 gig each.

Specifications:2GB (1GB x2 KIT) 400MHZ 184PIN DDR Memory, No-ECC. Higher performance over mainstream PC100 or PC133 memory. Up to 3.2 GB/sec of peak bandwidth using PC3200 DIMMs (with DDR400 memory chips). JEDEC Standard. 184 pin DIMM, non-ECC. DIMM Lead pitch: 1.27 mm. 2.5 Volts. SSTL-2 I/O Interface. SPD Support. Support for Memory Chip Stacking.

Apparently this memory is high density. Does anyone know if this memory will work on this motherboard?????

Many thanks for all help.

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Hi,

the memory you're about to purchase will not work. the maximum gig that the computer can handle per stick is only 1 gig. this system is not designed for 4 gig barrier.

hope this helps.

thanks.

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