Mac Pro :: How To Install Memory

Jan 17, 2008

I tried reading the manual but im a little confused. Mine came with the standard 2 x 1 gb that is installed on top and bottom card (1gb on top and 1 gb on bottom). I purchased 4 x 2gb cards and want to install it on top of the 2 x 1 gbs I currently have.

On the manual its telling me to install it in pairs but 1 is inserted on top and 1 is inserted on bottom...

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