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Yes - with no changes other than some drivers may need a work around. You can sure do it. I suggest you also consider upgrading the processor as you have more ram than processing memory. I have run the same configuration with no problems but found a faster processor really sped things up for me.
Best of luck with your project. Please let me know how it goes. with you comments. Please rate me as helpful - it makes my day. Gary
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