HP Proliant BL480c G1 Memory Configuration

I have an HP Proliant BL480c G1, capable of 48GB of RAM.  Right now I have 8GB in it (2GB DIMMs in the 1/4 & 7/10 FBDIMM slots).  I would like to add RAM, but only have 1GB pairs left.  I am thinking of putting 1GB DIMMs in slots 2/5, 8/11, 3/6, & 9/12 - that would total 16GB.  I'm wondering if there would be any memory management problems with configuring the memory this way.  It will be running Windows 2003 Enterprise server.  I can see nothing in the documentation addressing my specific question, but would like to see what the Experts Exchange folks say.  

Thanks for your time,

John
John WillettSr. Infrastructure Systems AnalystAsked:
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pgm554Commented:
As long as it meets the spec,it shouldn't be an issue.

You are running the 64 bit version of Windows,right?
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John WillettSr. Infrastructure Systems AnalystAuthor Commented:
This server will be running 64bit, thank you.
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