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What is maximum size RAM for Power PC G5


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Dear all,

What is the maximum size for installed on Power PC G5, with this specs :
Processor : 2 x 2.66 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon, and installed Mac OS X 10.6.8, there are 4 slot for RAM on this Power PC.

And there are 1Giga or 2Giga RAM for one piece of RAM ?

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Hi

First that is not a Power PC if it has an Intel processor, it is a Mac Pro. Here are the system specs for your machine Mac Pro "Quad Core" 2.66 (Original) Specs (Mac Pro, MA356LL/A, MacPro1,1*, A1186, 2113) @ EveryMac.com.

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@ferrarr,

sorry, i mean Mac Pro, btw What is the maximum size for installed on this Mac ?
And there are 1Giga or 2Giga RAM for one piece of RAM ?

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Follow the link he provided above and you'll find more info than you wanted to know - including what type and how much RAM you can install.

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