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Patriot PSD38G16002S 8GB DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £27.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Product Description Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 SODIMM memory delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. This 8GB module is designed to run at PC3… Read More
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Product Description
Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 SODIMM memory delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. This 8GB module is designed to run at PC3-12800 (1600MHz) at CAS 11 latency timings. Built using specific build-of-materials (BOMs) we ensure that every module meets and exceeds industry standards: offering you a hassle-free upgrade. We certify every component that goes into our modules, including the modules themselves, which must pass strict standards to ensure compatibility, quality and reliability. With free customer service and a lifetime warranty, Patriot Memory's Signature memory modules are a perfect system upgrade option.

Features
•1.5V Power Requirement
•Auto and self refresh capability
•PCB height: 1181 (mil)
•Serial Presence-Detect (SPD)
•100% tested
•RoHS Compliant

Brilliant price of £27.99 for a 8GB DDR3 SODIMM laptop RAM stick running at 1600MHz, earlier I found the 1333MHz model which is £4 cheaper at £23.99:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/patriot-psd38g13332s-8gb-ddr3-pc3-10600-1333mhz-sodimm-laptop-memory-23-99-sold-2572524
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#1
will it fit an alpha r1?
#2
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
#3
luke_91uk
will it fit an alpha r1?

Yep, it will fit into an Alienware Alpha R1, PC3-12800 DDR3 SODIMM (Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module) is required:
https://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/alienware/desktop/alpha-r1
#4
1333mhz version posted earlier today

Edited By: robodan918 on Dec 11, 2016 21:00
#5
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.
#6
cantonbean
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.


no mine is mid 2012 but non retina display
#7
cantonbean
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.


do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid 2012 can take it?
#8
Hardawan
cantonbean
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.
do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid 2012 can take it?

I think the macbook pro from that gen requires 2x 4GB 1600MHz and wont support 1x 8GB 1600MHz:
https://support.apple.com/kb/sp649?locale=en_GB
#9
iHate
Hardawan
cantonbean
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.
do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid 2012 can take it?
I think the macbook pro from that gen requires 2x 4GB 1600MHz and wont support 1x 8GB 1600MHz:https://support.apple.com/kb/sp649?locale=en_GB
I don't know much about Macs, but searching for '13-inch, Mid 2012 8gb stick' the first result is a thread where they say it will work: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4861888?tstart=0
And in another thread: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4693804?tstart=0
"16 gb will work. Plenty of other users in here have 16 gb of ram installed in their MacBook Pros. MacBook pros early 2011 and later support this much ram."

Crucial will sell you a kit of 2x8GB for it (they say "These upgrades are guaranteed compatible when you order from Crucial.com"):
http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Apple/macbook-pro-%2813-inch-and-15-inch%2C-mid-2012%29
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is it only me or for everyone that price shows £57.71?
#11
Hardawan
is it only me or for everyone that price shows £57.71?


Yes, there was only ever one in stock.
#12
will this work in an android tv box?
#13
Hardawan
cantonbean
Hardawan
will this fit macbook pro mid 2012?
If it is the none retina version then yes. I have seen some people saying that Mac can be more picky about the RAM (hence why you'll see crucial etc saying Mac compatible) but i think this should be ok.
do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid 2012 can take it?

Yes it can. Iv'e got 16GB in the same model as you. Those quoting the official Apple Specs. Apple has done this for years. In realty most of their systems can take double the amount of RAM they quote.

Check out http://www.everymac.com for the real information
#14
its back now to £27.99 i just bought a pair to install in my macbook pro :) thanks op
#15
Keep in mind that this is 1.5 volt memory (DDR3) A lot of newer laptops are designed for 1.35 volt RAM (DDR3L) and therefore may not POST with this memory in place.
#16
kennethsross
Keep in mind that this is 1.5 volt memory (DDR3) A lot of newer laptops are designed for 1.35 volt RAM (DDR3L) and therefore may not POST with this memory in place.

I have found that most run with both but totally accept this might well be the case with the newest systems. My Alienware steam machine I just bought works with both. Older Macs do too.

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