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http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ga-z87n-wifi/CT4392311 is supposed to work with that motherboard - I don't see how to get the equivilent part number to match them up with what I got (from the original post) but the specs look that same on first glance. Any thoughts crucial reps?
I'd also like to know the micron part numbers for:
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.
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.