The chipset has nothing to do with the amount of memory supported; the memory controllers are actually in the processor. Looking at the specification for a representative 1st gen Core processor, I see that the memory is limited to 8MB. This limitation was based upon the fact that, at that time, the largest size DIMM (or SODIMM) available was 4MB.
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I am using Intel® Core™ i3-2310M Processor and by searching a little on the website, I found following link
and according to this, Maximum RAM that can be used with this processor is 16GB.