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Old 07-29-2005, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default High vs low density ram for ASRock MB

I'm wanting to upgrade the RAM in my PC, but can't get a straight answer to what type of RAM my MB accepts.

The board is an ASRock P4S61 SIS661FX. I've got 3 dimm slots capable of a max of 3GB PC2100, 2GB P2700, & 1GB PC3200. I've found some great deals on 1GB sticks of all types of RAM, but can't find out if my board will support the high density (128x4) type. I have a 512mb Kingston Value Ram (KVR400/512R) installed now.

I've looked on the ASRock.com website and checked many forums w/o any straight answers. Does anyone know or know where else to look?

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Old 07-29-2005, 05:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That motherboard will take either low density or high density memory modules. We show the high density module work in that computer. No problems with the high density modules.
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Thanks very much!!! You just saved me @ $150!!!
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