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Yes: runs with 16GB of RAM
Pros: According to ark.intel.com, the memory controller in the Pentium G940 CPU (so the chipset doesn't really matter) can handle 16GB of RAM. And it handles 16GB of RAM. I've run memtest+ v4.20 on it and all is well. I used Patriot RAM 1333, but I don't think the system is picky.
Other Thoughts: To the reviewer unhappy about the Fn key being in the leftmost bottom spot, many newer keyboards (e.g. Macs) have this ordering: fn, ctl, win, alt, spacebar.
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Keyboard desgn totally unacceptable
Pros: Unknown, didn't have it long enough
Cons: Poor support, keyboard design renders it useless
Other Thoughts: Just purchased the Lenovo H430 and laid everything out to connect. The keyboard is totally unacceptable because the Fn key is in the location of the CTRL key. I will forever be pushing the Fn+C, Fn+V combinations which will get me nowhere. I could adapt but then using other keyboards will slow me down. It is like putting the steering wheel on the right of a car in the United States. Yes, I can adapt but why? Just like cars, there are many other manufacturers that have designed their products for residents of the United States. I could use my old keyboard but there is no PS2 slot. This machine could be fast, I will never know as I have already boxed it for return. Lenovo support just laughed, but I was serious.
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“According to ark.intel.com, the memory controller in the Pentium G940 CPU (so the chipset doesn't really matter) ...”— 1/6/2013
“Poor support, keyboard design renders it useless”— TomofFlorida 9/28/2012