DDR3 PC3-14900 10-10-10-30 Unbuffered NON-ECC DDR3-1866 1.35V 1024Meg x 64
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Looks very nice, sturdy, and easy to handle. It came up as "compatible" for my Dell Inspiron 15-3521 so, I purchased it. The laptop worked, and all the heavy apps like MS Office 2010 ran quickly, and flawlessly. The only problem was that this particular module made the screen flicker, to the point of where I had to chase after the buttons and links all over the screen with the cursor in order to click it. I took out 1 card and ran it on 8GB and the screen didn't flicker as much, but it still flickered and made my eyes go funny. I put the original modules back in, and solved the problem... I updated the BIOS and updated the video driver, and so on, but it was the new set of memory causing the flicker. I'm not sure if this particular batch was defective, but, it's safe to assume that these are not compatible with my Dell Inspiron since I tested both of them one at a time. Therefore, I asked for an exchange for the 12800Mhz module which matches the original.
Dell Inspiron 15-3521 has a shared video memory, which I think that's where the problem was.
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Thank you for contacting us today. I pulled up the specs for your system. It looks like the1mb being read in the second slot is incorrect. I am guessing that it is either a 512MB or another 1GB module. You might open the case and look at the labels on both of the memory modules to be sure.
You are able to upgrade to 8GB of memory. You have slots for memory and can put a single 2GB module in each slot. You can use any of the memory upgrades that you see listed on the right hand side. You may install two 2GB memory modules and go to 4GB. However, keep in mind that if you have a 32 bit operating system you will only utilize around 3 to 3.5GB of memory. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.
I would like to upgrade ram on my Asus P8P67 LE mobo. I've looked into the configurator on the site but i get different model numbers of that in my store, altrough the specs are the same.
Will following kits fit my mobo and which one would you recommend me? I'm using my computer for audio production and i'm not overclocking it.
got a rare bluescreen 0x0000001a "Memory Management".
My Motherboard is a Gigabyte H97 HD3. (Bios F4)
The Crucial Ram is a 8GB-Kit PC3 - 12800 CL9, 1.5v
I tested both sticks (together) with memtest for 12 passes overnight (0 errors),
Does it make sense to test each on its own ?
Are these components incompatible ?