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http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119662/rb/23728456745

This is the motherboard I am thinking of buying. I need a new mobo because at present I have two 512mb sticks of RAM and two 256mb sticks of RAM which I am hoping will all fit onto the same mobo, giving me 1.5gb altogether (spread out among 4 RAM slots).

I haven't been able to find a motherboard which allows this up until now and that's why I am wondering whether this mobo can do it or not.

It says:

2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB
2 x 240-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB

But when looking at the picture of the motherboard, all 4 RAM slots look the same length/size.


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Is There A Mobo Which Allows 4 Sticks Of DDR At The Same Time?

I'll probably be buying my motherboard from this site - http://www.ebuyer.com/

I was just wondering if there is a mobo on there (or anywhere else) that will allow me to add 4 sticks of DDR RAM at the same time.

I only ask because I have two sticks of 512mb DDR RAM and two sticks of 256mb DDR RAM and I want to have 1.5gb in total on my PC.


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I live in the UK so can't really get anything from Newegg. It's for Christmas anyway because i'm giving my mum the links and she's buying them for me so they won't arrive in time if I was to order from Newegg.


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For AMD almost all boards that use socket 939 or AM2 support 4 sticks. With Intel it's from the socket 775 and up (correct me if wrong, Intel fans.)
 

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Would you be specific on brand and specs of those modules that you have?
 
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