Maximum RAM for Pavilion HPE h9 - 1215t

I have a Pavilion HPE h9 - 1215t (Core i7-3770 3.4 G 8 M 77 w CPU;) Card mother Formosa IPMMB-FM).  the system currently has 16 GB of ram (4 x 4).  Upgrades of what I can do and what dimm configuration?  Is 32 GB maximum for this system?  For example, you can swap 2 or the 4 GB DIMMs for 2 DIMMs of 8 GB each to make the total system 24 GB of ram?


Dave would work rather than Jim.

I suspect that HP has fill not the 8 GB DIMMs in your PC model when it came out on the market, where the reason for not showing the configurations with 8 GB DIMMs.

Mixture of DIMM may or may not work and I saw all the messages on this forum to indicate success or failure with the mix 8 GB DIMM sizes with your HP PC model.

You could try buying two packs of two 8 GB DIMM if reallly you need more memory and see which combination works as appropriate.  You may need to go with 32 GB, but then you might face a decision of performance cost verses. If you can get 24GO to work then return the other DIMM package.

Find out what the return policy is before you buy.

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