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Mac Pro - Memory question...


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Will a 2Gb 200-pin memory module (such as the one they are cramming in the new 2.33 Core 2 full-memory upgrades) work with the 2.16 Dual Core...
The chips are ridiculously expensive, but I am trying to maximize memory to make Parallels run worth a crap for engineering and design applications.

Any suggestions would be appreciated...
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