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    Ram Density

    Hello:

    Replaced MB last year with MSI K9n6PGM2-V2 which apparently the chipset recognizes low density Ram chips only.

    When this MB was purchased I was aware that it accept DDR2 ram but didn't know there was a difference in ram density. Now finding upgrading ram is a bit expensive compared to DDR2 High density.

    Any suggestions on details to look at for future purchases?

    Thank you.

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    Buy the RAM that your mobo can handle. If it can only support low density, that's what you need to buy.

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    In the future you might look toward something that can be upgraded more easily.
    And in order to do the above you will need to spend a bit more time researching any potential components for a build.
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