I have an ASUS P6T SE with 3 GB of RAM. The board has 6 DIMM slots: A1,A2,B1,B2,C1,C2. The board has 1GB RAM in slots A1,B1,C1. I'd like to add 6GB more ram. This entails buying 3x2GB chips. How do I go about adding this to the system? Where do that new 2GB chips get seated? Can I even get 9gb of RAM? I was thinking like this: A1=2gb B1=2gb C1=2gb A2=1gb B2=1gb C2=1gb
Does this sound right?
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there is 0 reason to have 9gb on a computer for personal use.....you can do it if you have a 64bit OS....and yes, that would be the correct way to seat the memory
I forgot to mention that I do have Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit