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Comments about Crucial 16GB kit (8GBx2) Ballistix 240-pin DIMM DDR3 PC3-12800:
I had DDR2 Crucial Ballistix memory in my old build. I upgraded my machine a few months ago and bought this RAM kit. I wouldnt buy from any other manufacturer, these sticks are the absolute best!
Fast, cool, and well built. Thats the Crucial way.
Here is my Scan: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/scanview/52960AAB31D926C3
HP's website states that I need to use the same size RAM in each slot, however this desktop came pre-installed with 9GB RAM: 4X2GB and 1X1GB. I would like to add at least 4GB, but preferably the full 16GB the OS (Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit) allows. What is the best way to configure this? If I understand correctly, I shouldn't just add an 8GB stick to the open slot? Would I be able to take out the 1GB module and add 2 4GB modules? Or do I have to buy 4X4GB modules so that they're all the same size? Obviously, I don't want to spend more money than I have to, but I want to do it correctly. Please advise.
I need to know how much memory I can add to the exsiting 4 GB in my HP Pavilion g6-1209sa laptop (product ID A5G99EA#ABU).
Below are the Memory Information from HP Advanced System Diagnostics.
Device Locator: Bottom Slot 1
Serial Number: ########
Part Number: M471B5273DH0-CH9
Memory Size: 4096 MB
Memory Speed: 1067 MHz
Memory Type: DDR3
Type Detail: Synchronous
DIMM 2: Not Installed
Device Locator: Bottom Slot 2
The following information are from CPU-Z:
DMI Physical Memory Array
usage: System Memory
max capacity: 8192 MBytes
max# of devices: 2
DMI Memory Device
designation: Bottom - Slot 1
total width: 64 bits
data width: 64 bits
size: 4096 MBytes
DMI Memory Device
designation: Bottom - Slot 2
total width: 8 bits
data width: 8 bits
I was advised in HP community forum that the G6 service manual specifies a maximum capacity of 6GB of my laptop model, so only 2 GB to add.
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02968997.pdf (Page 3, 25, 56)
However, your scanner says I can add another 4 GB (8 GB total).
Would you please advise me whether I should trust your scanner results or the offical (generic) G6 service manual?
Thanks for help!
August of 2013, a friend at church gave me this Compaq Presario 2004 desktop computer. He and his wife have moved to Minnesota and I have lost contact so cannot ask them. It only came with 256 Mb and the other slot is empty. A friend in Austrailia (I am in Atlanta, Georgia USA); also has an XP computer desktop but not the same brand. He shipped me 2 x 1 Gig and 2 x 2 Gig memory cards this past Wednesday. Will take 10-12 days to get to me. Do the memory cards have to be specific for my computer or will others work? Can I only put just 256 Mb more in the other slot? I am 64 (almost 65) and have never been inside a computer tower. A friend in my building will put the memory in for me. I am confused on how much Mb is 1 Gig and how much is 2? Here is the scan results for my computer: Crucial USA - scan results
Thanks for contacting us today. I pulled up this system information and it appears that the system will ship on October 9, 2014. I would expect that our testing on that system would occur around that time. I would recommend checking back about a week before. I am sorry for the inconvenience that may cause. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.
I am trying to confirm the compatibility of a Micron Memory Module in a Dell PowerEdge R610.
The memory in question is: MT72KSZS2G72LZ-1G4M1A5BE (Micron Data Page)
I spoke to a very nice represenative on the phone from Crucial and he was able to confirm that the closest non-quad ranked memory to that part number would be CT5194475 (Crucial Data Page), and he could confirm that would work in a R610.
Can anyone tell me for sure that the Micron Part I currently have is compatible or incompatiable? I attempted to reach Micron's customer service, but it is only a web form and I have yet to recieve a response since attempting to contact them on 3 Sep 2014 and again today.