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Corsair 4GB DDR3 Laptop Memory Module 1333MHz PC310666 SODIMM 204pin - £30.71 Delivered @ Crescent Electronics
Corsair 4GB DDR3 Laptop Memory Module 1333MHz PC310666 SODIMM 204pin - £30.71 Delivered @ Crescent Electronics

Corsair 4GB DDR3 Laptop Memory Module 1333MHz PC310666 SODIMM 204pin - £30.71 Delivered @ Crescent Electronics

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Sometimes, making the right choice is easy. As the leader in high performance DDR3 memory technology Corsair offers the most comprehensive solutions for the latest Intel Core i7 and Core i5 processors. Choose the top of the line DOMINATOR GT, the ultrafast DOMINATOR, or one of our classic memory solutions to match your Intel platform.


Specification:

Features
Corsair CMSO4GX3M1A1333C9. Memory: 4096 MB, DDR3, Memory Module, 1333 MHz, 1 x 4096 MB. Energy management: 1.5 V



General
Internal memory: 4096 MB
Internal memory type: DDR3
Form factor: Memory Module
Bus clock rate: 1333 MHz
CAS latency: 9
Memory layout: 1 x 4096 MB
Memory voltage: 1.5 V
Number of pins: 240

13 Comments

Be aware that a lot of laptops don't support single dimms of this size so these netbooks wont allow these as there limit is 2gb per slot
Edited by: "polly69" 29th Mar 2011

They have the 8GB kit for ~£58 - CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9
Edited by: "Agharta" 28th Mar 2011

If your only using 4GB your better off buying 2x 2GB (Dual Channel).

16GB here I come.
Many thanks for this find

Will this fit my netbook?

HP - DM1 ?

Did a check, but still not sure.

good price ...paid a few quid more for my maccbook pro from crucial

canada16

Will this fit my netbook?HP - DM1 ? Did a check, but still not sure.



Have you tried the usual Crucial configuarator on their homepage?

crucial

pc_tech86

If your only using 4GB your better off buying 2x 2GB (Dual Channel).



No you're better off buying a single 4GB DIMM to leave possible upgrade path to 8GB in the future. Dual channel memory makes no appreciable difference in performance.

By the way if you have a unibody MacBook Pro and are wondering if it can support 8GB of RAM, even some that state there is a maximum 4GB limit can support upto 8GB with a firmware update: 9to5mac.com/546…ig/

Damn tempted but would have to offload my 2x2GB first and they're going for knob-all on ebay.

Damn you! I just bought some crucial 8GB ram for £68 (-£4 quidco) from Crucial yesterday!

Hot ofcourse.

weiran

No you're better off buying a single 4GB DIMM to leave possible upgrade … No you're better off buying a single 4GB DIMM to leave possible upgrade path to 8GB in the future. Dual channel memory makes no appreciable difference in performance.By the way if you have a unibody MacBook Pro and are wondering if it can support 8GB of RAM, even some that state there is a maximum 4GB limit can support upto 8GB with a firmware update: http://www.9to5mac.com/54663/did-apple-release-a-secret-macbookpro-firmware-update-that-enables-8gb-ram-config/



Dual Channel does have slight performance increase over Single.

Your right about having space for future upgrades though.

Got a pair of these in my macbook pro - they are fab

pc_tech86

Dual Channel does have slight performance increase over Single.Your right … Dual Channel does have slight performance increase over Single.Your right about having space for future upgrades though.



I think you right to have one spare but don't you think that how much ram you need for laptop (if 8GB I would go for PC better) and also How many years you will change to the new laptop with higher performance (Bus clock rate more than 1333 MHz already). So in my point of view, almost impossible for upgrade if you don't need that much of RAM.

Edited by: "chai157" 22nd Apr 2011
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