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Ram upgrade I have a 7335T CARD (CIRCUIT) PLANAR (MOTHERBOARD)and I can't find out --what is the maximum size ram I can put in it.. Also I do have 3 sticks of 256pc 133 that reads as 128 each..Please help...

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Check the motherboard book to determine the total capacity of RAM the system can handle and what specific technology works with your system.

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