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Comments about Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) 204-pin SODIMM DDR3 PC3-12800:
Very pleased with this RAM. It is running at the low voltage on my machine which means it is saving power over the 1.5v RAM. Speed is good however my CPU can only handle PC3-10600 so it is currently running at that speed. It is also working in dual channel mode which is great.
The latency also appears to be 9 clocks and not the 11 stated which may be because I am running it slower but either way it is good news.
My only question is why low voltage RAM isn't the default RAM recommended by crucial when you enter your machine information.
I tried install both of the RAM together on my motherboard (Gateway RS780), but after installing it my PC refuses to boot. The PC powers up, but my screen stays completely blank.
Type #1 - http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct25664aa800
Type #2 - http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-CT2CP25664AA667-240-pin-PC2-5300-Memory/dp/B000SOVVUQ (Couldn't locate the crucial link)
I bought Type 1 ram today costing me a little over $51 and I must say, I am not very impressed at all.
I have 4 slots, 3 are filled with Type 2 ram.
Hi there, I wish to enquire about the compatibility of RAMs for this laptop as I am planning on upgrading it to 16GB due to my power usage.
However, in Singapore, the distributor only sells the RAM here
is this the same as
because i am not sure if
is compatible with Lenovo z400 when using the compatibility tool... its confusing for me.
I am planning to get 2 sticks of these instead of the 16GB KIT (8GB x 2) as my country doesnt seem to sell it
I'm trying to find out some more specs for this part:
Specifically, I need to know what LRDIMM Register is being used on this part, I'm hoping it's one of the InPhi GS02A ones like listed on:
But I see that Part number different from what was ordered, so it's hard for me to know.
Being able to download a copy of the SPD would be great as well.
Thank you for contacting us today. Your system actually can use 1600mhz RAM. We have done extensive testing on our end to guarantee compatibility. As long as you are purchasing from the compatibility list you will not have any issues upgrading your RAM.
In some cases manufacturers may not be able to test new memory module speeds after the system has been released, and this may be why you are not seeing this speed listed. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.