That is ECC RAM, you need non ECC for that G5. I have read conflicting reports that ECC RAM may work in non ECC machines, but I have always stayed away and went with the recommended. Some logic boards can use either, I don't think Apple's do though. I believe it will plug in, but whether the logic board recognizes it is the question.
Why not just get 1G chips, wouldn't it be cheaper to do it that way, you can only put so much in them and 1G chips max it out.
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