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Old 02-20-2019, 09:17 PM
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The hardware gurus will chime in with more information than I can provide, but to answer your RAM question: I believe it depends on the motherboard. I think motherboards only "support" up to a certain amount of ram, regardless of how much the OS will actually support.

But if you get a new motherboard, you'll likely have to get a new processor, too.

But let the hardware gurus tell you for sure.
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