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Dudewalker
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Ram upgrade

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Example: Pavilion Elite D5200t ATX
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I want to know if the motherboard can accept the newer larger DDR2 memory modules. Was looking to get one 32GB stick

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banhien
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@Dudewalker 

 

Well, it is a 11 years old machine and it supports 8GB (2 x 4GB) of RAM max

 

         https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c01640562

 

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No unfortunately each slot can take a max of 2gb totaling to 8gb max. You can find 1333mhz 2gb ram cards. 8GB is enough for now. I use to have 8GB for the last 4 years with no problems.  If you already have 8, and youre not happy,  you are going to have to buy a new computer....or buy a new mobo, new SSD, new CPU, and new RAM that matches the mobo. Its a pain in the @ss if youre new to pc building. Im intermediate and Its still a struggle to find which mobo I want. Then Im like oh wait i want the new 10th gen, then oh wait what mobo can that work with, oh wait what about the ram I want ones that light up and go up to 4000mhz+, then oh wait what about the case!!!! Oh wait what about the video card??!!! Will 500 watts be enough? Oh wait the new nvidia cards need 850 watts? 

 

See what I mean?

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