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why do motherboards say 32gb max when all you can put in is 16gb max

Last response: in Memory
June 3, 2011 2:53:02 AM

P67 and Z68 motherboards for i7 cpu's all claim to support up to 32gb. They also say max 4gb per DIMM (4x4) is 16gb. What am I not understanding?
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June 3, 2011 3:23:12 AM

4GB DIMMs are still the largest common size of RAM for desktop computers. 8GB DIMMs will eventually be more common, but it will take a while.