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A MP does take 128GB, and Windows sees all of it. Just not OSX.

Maybe 10.9 will take advantage of more memory?  Does anyone know?

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Maybe 10.9 will take advantage of more memory?  Does anyone know?

Ha HA! From OWC:
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**Mac OS X versions prior to 10.9 Mavericks are unable to utilize more then 96GB RAM due to an operating system limitation. 128GB can be fully utilized by a 2009-2010 Mac Pro if running 10.9 Mavericks or later, Bootcamp with 64-bit versions of Windows XP and later as well as with 64-bit versions of Linux.

And at only $1,459.99, it's a steal!

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