DDR 200-pin SODIMM: Approximately 2.625 in. by 1.25 in. (66.7 mm by 31.75 mm)
DDR2 200-pin SODIMM: Approximately 2.625 in. by 1.18 in. (66.7 mm by 30 mm)
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Q:Is this ram suitable for HP Pavilian dv 6000, 1.73 Ghz Intel Core Duo T2250 processor, 32bit system. I know that I can update my Ram only upto 2gb
A:This part is not compatible as you require 2X1GB. The link below is the correct part to order:
Q:My computer has 2 slots with 1 GB of RAM each (not Crucial). Can I substitute only one of them with this model? (I know the computer supports up to 3GB). Thank you.
A:Before we can answer this we would require your make and model of system. Please contact your support team with this information below:
Q:Will this work in a Lenovo 3000 N100 0768-DLU? Thanks!
A:That memory is fully compatible with your system and is guaranteed to be compatible.
Q:Will this work on MacBook Pro with 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo? This seems to have all the same specs but the part number is different than what is found for that machine on this site.
A:Yes this part will be fine for your MBP. When you go through the actual system on our website it will show a small part number such as CT687591 but what you actually receive is a techincal part number and if you ordered the 2GB option through the system link you would be sent CT25664AC667.
Q:Will this product work on a iMac (Late 2006)? Model number: MA589LL
A:Yes it will. The total capacity for this system is made up of a 2GB module and a 1GB module. Here is your system link:
Q:Will this product work on a macbook from mid 2007. Model number: MB062LL/A
A:This system can only accept up to 2GB over 2 slots (1GB per slot), therefore a 2GB module would not be compatible. You can find the correct modules at the following link:
Q:Is this product compatible with an Advent 7090 laptop?
A:That 2GB part is the correct type but wrong size. Your laptop can support up to 2GB in total over the 2 slots - 1GB per slot.
Q:will this ram work in dell inspiron 6000
A:Yes it will indeed.
Q:is this product compadible with a dell inspiron 1521?
A:Yes, that memory module is guaranteed to be compatible with the Dell Inspiron 1521
Q:Would this be compatible with an iMac 7,1?
A:We would need to know some more information on the processor type and speed in order to confirm this. You can also use the Crucial scanner or the drop down menu's in order to show the compatible memory.
I want to upgrade my laptop ram. Currently has 4GB. When I remove the back panel I see 1 expansion slot. I would like to put an 8GB card in there to go to 12GB. There is a mixed bag of info about what the max is for this laptop. Most say 8GB but I've heard of others going to 12GB. But obviously I don't want to buy an 8GB and have it not register or worse kill my machine.
I have the manual which is generic and does not give max specs. When I filter to my machines specs on the crucial website it displays an 8GB card, which is promising.
Anyway can someone please help me in making a decision about what to buy.
Here is the link to crucial system scan
And some speccy info screen shots of my machine.
The memory I need has been out of stock for a really long time. Is there anything else that will work? Is there any way to cross reference Crucial kit part numbers (often available online at newegg.com or amazon.com) to be sure they are compatible before purchasing?
running W7 64 bit
have flashed latest BIOS
run the scanner
says CT5305255 would be
Your compatible MEMORY upgrades for your Esprimo Mobile X9515
(Using either tool guarantees compatibility when you order on Crucial.com)
now giving up... !!!!!
I purchased CT51264BF160BJ new from Amazon few months ago which seemed to have normal package/sticker and runs okay.
However, MemTest86 identifies it as Super Talent CT51264BF160BJ.M8F in the PC (JEDEC SPD 1.0).
Does this make sense - was there some temporary issue in manufacturing week 7 of 2014 where Crucial programmed Super Talent's info (module rev x4444, mfg loc 5)?
My more recent purchase of CT51264BF160BJ from NewEgg shows SPD 1.1 with reasonable Crucial info.
Both SODIMMs have the same number of micron chips but the recent chips are slightly smaller.
My data report came back as:
System specs as shipped by the manufacturer.
Scan your system to view your specific configuration
Maximum memory: 2048MB
Slots: 2 (2 banks of 1) [240-pin DDR2 DIMM Banking] and 2 (2 banks of 1) [184-pin DIMM Banking]
*Not to exceed manufacturer supported memory.
Although the memory can be installed one module at a time, the best performance comes from using matched pairs of modules.
DDR and DDR2 modules can not be utilized at the same time. Each memory type is supported seperately.
Memory or DRAM is the "working" memory of the computer. It's used to store data for programs (sequences of instructions) on a temporary basis.
Problem is, what RAM do I order?
I currently have 3 gigs, so I think I needjust 1 2 gig block to match the other 2 gig, to get the max 4 gig output.
I dont think using the other slot pairing would work.