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Mac Pro - Installing Mac Pro ram?


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Mac Specs: Mac Pro 2.66, 2 GB RAM, LaCie Ext. HD, OS 10.4.9

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I currently have four 512 chipsets in the machine. I am adding two 1-GB chipsets. Does it matter for performance or any other reason where the new chipsets go? For instance, if they should lead the 512s or follow them? I think there's a diagram inside the door--I will check... Thanks.
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