low or high density for motherboard

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April 30, 2009 at 17:45:28
Specs: XP pro & Vista home, 512
Planning to purchase another 512mb of ram for my pc (using XPpro) to make 1gb of memory, but need to know if my motherboard supports low, or high density? I pulled the other 512mb stick, but it does not tell what make, or model it is. My pc was built by an individual (not a brand name) and he's no longer in business to contact to find out if low, or high was previously put in.

My motherboard is a K7SEM. I know that it uses PC 133 memory / DIMM 168-pin, but don't know if it is low, or high density? Can anyone help?

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April 30, 2009 at 17:51:54
The age of your motherboard will most likely only use low density ram. You will be safe using that type of ram instead. High density ram is more for server platforms. Although newer pc motherboards are compatible with both for the most part. Old pc motherboards like yours will most likely be not be.

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April 30, 2009 at 18:01:35
Thank You for your reply Cobra R

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