The motherboard has 2 DDR slots; each that can handle 1GB 333MHz. Currently have 512MB 333MHz in single slot.
Problem I see is that the PC3200 DDR is 400MHz and the interface Intelchipset 845 on the motherboard is rated up to 333MHz.
I hope that Soltek addressed this up before pulling stakes. Have seen a BIOS Nov 2004 version but all the download site links have been muted.
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Even without any way to check the specs of your motherboard with the current information, the board will most likely have at least 2 slots available for additional memory (i am assuming by memory you mean RAM), and will support DDR, PC-3200. If you have two slots, then you're looking at a limit of 2Gb (2x1GB PC3200) because DDR modules don't get any bigger than 1Gb as far as i've seen. If you have 4 slots, then a total of 4Gb.
Note that SOLTEK has gone bankrupt.
Their "support" site (www.soltek.com.tw) is now owned by a "domain-squatter". So, there no longer is any information online about CPU-support for SOLTEK motherboards.