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:Has anyone installed 4 on a macbook 2.16 ghz inter core 2 duo ddr2 sdram? Apple gives the option for 4gb on the site under memory for this computer and so does OWC micron etc just wondering why the scan that i did for crucial only recommended up to 2gb only? id perfer 4 if i could do it?
A:4GB will not work in this system and only 2GB is compatible over two slots.
Q:Would this fit a Lenovo ThinkPad T61, running Win Vista 32, please?
A:That is the correct 4GB kit (2 x 2GB). Only the 64-bit version of Windows will address and utilize 4GB or more. Otherwise, with a 32-bit version only about 3GB-3.5GB will be seen and used.
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.
Thanks for your question.
I have looked in to this system and we are still out of stock of this part at the moment. I have contacted the US team to see when more stock will be available.
If you wanted to buy this memory from another supplier you can use the part number CT2KIT51264BF160B. That is the technical part number and is guaranteed to be compatible with your system. We only recommend that 8GB kit.
If you do have any other questions at all, please don't hesitate to ask and I would be more than happy to help.
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.
Thanks for your message.
I have looked in to the ASRock 775Dual-VSTA system and we recommend that the maximum memory it can take is 2GB in total. That's 2x1GB modules.
You said that you currently have 3GB of memory installed. Sometimes you can go above the manufacturers recommendation but there is no guarantee that your system would work with 4GB installed.
I would be more than happy to recommend a single 2GB module for you. What I would need first would be some details about your existing 2GB module. This is so I can match it as much as possible when recommending memory.
On the existing memory module there will be a sticker that gives you details about the speed of the memory module. It will say something like "PC2-6400". Can you confirm what it says?
Once I have that information I can look at recommending memory that matches the speed of your existing memory. However, as we don't advise this system can support 4GB I cannot guarantee that it will work. All our memory does come with a lifetime warranty and also a 45 day return period.
If you do have any other questions at all, please don't hesitate to ask.