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RAM Config Mac Pro Early 2007

Brad Bettis
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Hi!      Quick silly question. I have 4GB, 2GB, and 1GB RAM Modules that I want to install in my Mac Pro Early 2007. I have the service manual so I know how to pair them on the risers but my question is:

Does it matter if I start with the 1GB Modules in the first slot then the 2GB pairs, then the 4GB pairs? Or is it better to start the 4GB pairs in the first 2 slots and work my way down in size? Or does it matter at all? I've been looking online for the answer and I can't seem find anything about it. Let me know if you know.  Thanks!
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See page 32 of the manual here:  http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/Mac_Pro_User_Guide.pdf
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Try this site for more info on Memory Upgrades.
http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/memory/Mac-Pro-Memory#667-memory
Also, you can call Other World Computing (OWC) Tech Support: 800-275-4576

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