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Memory hi, i install 4G of ddram , but i receive only 3328 M . What i'm do?

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Hi maiger,
Each of the 4 memory sockets on P4S800D-X can support 1GB memory module, so the M/B can support up to 4GB memory max. Please note that if you install four 1GB memory modules on P4S800D-X, the system may only detect 3GB+ (slightly less than 4GB) due to ICH5 resource allocation.

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