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is there any motherboard that can support up to 4 GB of RAM, DDR1?
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  1. If you're buying a new motherboard, why skimp on memory? Go for DDR2 or DDR3.
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    is there any motherboard that can support up to 4 GB of RAM, DDR1?


    Many. But don't expect random links to MB's that fit into such a vague category. The question could not be more vague and posted in Windows 7 forum makes it even more so? What processor do you have in mind to use in the MB?
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    Obviously because his processor doesn't support DDR2 or DDR3. LOL

    I wouldn't invest more money in a processor that old.
  4. Motherboard model would be helpful, some do support 4GB or more, others have limitations put on it by the manufacturer.
  5. What motherboard to use was the OP's question. But we do need to know whether he has an existing processor, and if so what model it is, or whether it's just that he has some DDR1 memory that he wants to reuse.

    If the latter, I really wouldn't bother investing more money in such antiquated technology (and the same probably goes for the former).
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