It doesn't look like the precision T7910 has been tested with Crucial memory yet. Any ETA on that? Suggestions on what I could buy now? Looking to drop 768 GB in it.
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.
I bought a Gateway LT40 Netbook and want to increase the RAM. The computer came with 1GB of RAM and the Crucial scan indicated that I can increase the RAM to 2GB DRAM. I was wondering what would happen if I installed 3GB or 4GB of DRAM? I know that the result would not be good but I am wondering what the unfortunate results would be? Thanks for any and all replies.
In the configuration tool, it recommends an 8gb kit consisting of DDR3 PC3-12800 sodimms. The original Samsung sodimms are pc3-8500s (off the module itself), and the specs of the system are for pc3-8500/10600.
Why does the configuration tool recommend only pc3-12800? Has this been tested to be faster/more stable than pc3-8500/10600?
Thank you for contacting us today. It appears that the two parts are slightly different. CT6131084 is the equivalent to CT102464BF160B. The parts you have on hand, CT8G3S160BM, is a part that is Mac Specific. The two modules are very similar, however, and you should have no issues using this memory in your Tecra Z40-A-00K. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.