What is the maximum RAM I can have on TX2000?

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  1. Bakura

    Bakura Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I have been reading some more on the issue and it turns out that the adress bus on the TX2 system may not handle more than 4 gB of RAM, I'm trying to check with people I know if they have any spare RAM chips that fit laying around that I can test to see if the system can be upgraded above 4 Gb. I will come back to it when I have tested it or come up with more info.
     
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    Bakura, in the future please remember, the tx2 and tx2000 are completely different systems. As per the title of your post you are using a tx2000 not a tx2, i know the names are similar, but in the future if someone new (or unexperienced) reads this post, the term mixing is likely going to cause a significant bit of confusion as to what the different systems support.

    Thanks,
    Luthian
     
  3. Tiezep

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    my bad, I thought the title said tx2500 (hence me mentioning the tx2z), not tx2000.

    I wouldn't know about the older the motherboard and how it can handle ram.

    amd+ati,
    -Tyler
     
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    I'd like to give it a try on a tx2650. But I'll have to save for it. Where can I find the module types suggested by HP? Or does anyone here have recommendation?
     
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