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[SOLVED] Does 8GB Maximum Board Memory mean that i can have only 8GB memory (VRAM and SDRAM combined)?

May 8, 2020
Hello there!
I have a small problem with my Intel DH55PJ Desktop Board.
As I have a good experience with this forum,i decided to ask you guys.
My Desktop Board specs shows:

Memory & Storage
  • Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type):8 GB
  • Memory Types: DDR3 1066/1333
  • Max # of Memory Channels:2
  • Max # of DIMMs:2
  • ECC Memory Supported ‡:No
Also my processor shows it can support 16 GB memory(Just as a side note)

Does that mean i can only put in 8GB of Vram+SDRAM?
Because i want to put in 2GB dedicated VRAM to my 8GB SDRAM

A quick reply would be appreciated...