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How much/how fast of memory is supported on the ALi m1541 A1 chipset?
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by:katacombz
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Looks like 512mb dram
3rd item on page.

Features
CPU MMX,  266 MHz
chipset ALI M5141/5143C
max 512 MB DRAM (168 pin)
AGP C&T 6900, 2 MB
Flat panel interface JIPA
10.5 W, 5 V
PISA expansion slot

http://www.mite.cz/pisacoolmonster-hu/pisacoolmonster-hu.html

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by:kinobestew123
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Please Note, it would be different ammounts depending on the actual motherboard, eg, a certain makes DRAM slots may only be ale to support 128mb each and you may only have 2. You would have to check this by getting the exact make and model of your motherboard
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Hi,


This is 1GB.
Here is the spec for this chipset and the configuration supported by the Northbridge :
http://wmheg.physics.wm.edu/~norman/cpu_info/chipsets.html
I hope we can trust it :-)

Hope that can help.
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