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How can I get information on what is the maximum memory allowed for a Dell PowerEdge 600SC?  It has 4 slots & only two of them have memory in them, the other two are empty.  

Is there a website I can go to that will tell me?
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Hello Beaucairej,

The PowerEdge 600SC has four 72-bit (168-pin) sockets for DDR memory modules which will support DIMM sizes from 128MB to 1GB, for a maximum of 4GB RAM, depending on the motherboard / processor configuration.

These modules must be PC1600 (DDR-200) or PC2100 (DDR-266) compliant ECC-Registered DIMMs.

http://forums.us.dell.com/supportforums/board/message?board.id=PowerEdgeServer-FAQS&message.id=17&c=us&l=en&cs=&s=gen

Hope this helps,

Engineer_Dell
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To download a compete user guide,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pe600sc/

Hope that helps,

Engineer_Dell
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Thanks for quick turn around and awsome answer!
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:)

Glad that it helped you,

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