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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.
Will there be a 16 GB (dual-ranked, DDR3) ECC UDIMM? (And if not, why not?)
The currently released Ivy Bridge and Haswell server chips only support UDIMM. Now, 1x16GB RDIMM is available in a few products. But 1x16GB UDIMM seems to not exist. This limits Ivy Bridge and Haswell servers to 32GB, and that's with 2x8 meaning the memory channels must slow down.
I have: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) CL8 @1.5V UDIMM 240-Pin BLT2CP8G3D1608DT2TXRG
Trying to use with GA-Z87N-WIFI
If I use a single stick it works fine (either stick alone is good) if I use both the system won't boot. I thought based on the specs it would be fine - am I wrong or do I have a bad MOBO?
In a previous message I asked if CT2KIT102464BA160B 16gb (8x2) was compatible with my Dell 435t/9000 system which had 9gb RAM at the time. Dell, and the Crucial Scanner, says my system is upgradable to 24 gb of RAM. I was told the above part number was indeed compatible with my system.
I just received the above kit and my system is only recognizing 4gb in each of the two banks where I have the 8gb memory cards installed. My system is only showing 16gb instead of the 23gb it should. If it recognizes only 4gb in each bank I wonder why it shows 16gb instead 15gb?
What is happening? I have the scanner results URL listed below.
Thank you in advance
Hi, a few weeks back I bought a second hand laptop (a Toshiba Satellite Pro A300-193). The man at the shop told me that it was low on RAM (2gb) and suggested I install more for extra speed.
On a recommendation from my friend I came to crucial.com and had my computer scanned; the result suggested that I had 2 options. I chose the cheaper option 2x1gb Ram cards, however on opening the laptop up I can't find how to fit them; as there only seems to be space for 2 sticks (I already have 2x1gb cards fitted). Can anyone advise me how to fit them please? Thanks.
Sorry, I can't even find a proper manual for your system! Their site has links to get manual's, but when you go to that section it's blank and there is no download links
Takes you here to download, but following link after this is blank (So is the FAQ link!)
Then here, nothing!
Generic manual here, but that's no help of course
You may need to contact them directly and see if they will email you a PDF or link you to some info. I looked in google for a long time, and youtube too, no info on how to tear down or disassemble this system!
If you get it partially apart, and need further help, you can post some images and I can try to help if you want.