HyperX 2x4GB DDR3 1866MHz 204pin SODIMM £36.61 at CCL
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HyperX 2x4GB DDR3 1866MHz 204pin SODIMM £36.61 at CCL

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Found 29th Mar 2015
8gb of RAM for the price

Absolute Bargin

This RAM is for laptop only

1.5V is not compatible with Intel 4th/5th generation Ultrabook CPUs (E.g. i5-xxxxU) which require 1.35V chips. The same CPUs are used in some Intel NUCs also.
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LOTS OF HEAT!

That is stupid cheap for 8GB worth of HyperX!

Not only laptops, but Macs too

Very cheap.

Making way for the newer HyperX Impact that is replacing it, great price if it fits your machine

Don't know if this would make a performance difference from 1600Mhz but certainly a great price

bilal101

Don't know if this would make a performance difference from 1600Mhz but … Don't know if this would make a performance difference from 1600Mhz but certainly a great price



It won't.

My current laptop is a HP DV6 3142-ea and the crucial memory site states my current ram is 1.35v and the following DDR3 PC3-12800 Unbuffered NON-ECC 1.35V
Would this be compatible if I replaced the 2x2GB in there at the moment? I'm not sure if the 1.5v would cause an issue!
Thank you! :-)

malibu1378

My current laptop is a HP DV6 3142-ea and the crucial memory site states … My current laptop is a HP DV6 3142-ea and the crucial memory site states my current ram is 1.35v and the following DDR3 PC3-12800 Unbuffered NON-ECC 1.35VWould this be compatible if I replaced the 2x2GB in there at the moment? I'm not sure if the 1.5v would cause an issue!Thank you! :-)



Should be ok, your system will take 8gb max

Thank you brainbug100 I just thought I'd check as the voltage was 1.5v instead of 1.3v. I might give it a go. Cheers!

Hey! Would this work with the Lenovo M30 laptop on here a few weeks back? Thinking of treating my mum.

Unfortunately if its an intel laptop 1.5v ram most likely isn't compatible, i think there's more chance it might work with AMD but you would want to make sure before you buy.

1.35v is for DDR3L which has low vontages hence lower power consumption. Normally used by ultrabook and such. But I have seen the move from DDR3 to DDR3L. Not sure if backward compatible with 1.5v though

One observation. In the overview of the product, it is stated as "204 pin". However in the specification area, they say 240 pin configuration. I searched the part number and it seems that it 's a 204 pin configuration ram. Make sure it fits to your machine before you place the order. Unfortunately mine supports 240pin ram.

demol3

1.35v is for DDR3L which has low vontages hence lower power consumption. … 1.35v is for DDR3L which has low vontages hence lower power consumption. Normally used by ultrabook and such. But I have seen the move from DDR3 to DDR3L. Not sure if backward compatible with 1.5v though



I've just checked my motherboard and it states 1.5v on the socket so I've gone for it. Hopefully it'll be fine!

is this suitable for MacBook Pro early 2011?
Thanks

Dang this is cheap. Ordered a set for my laptop. Heat

Nice one OP, ordered some for my HTPC. Thanks

Is this compatible with an iMac (mid 2011, i5, 21.5")
Edited by: "bazzaric" 29th Mar 2015

As per edit don't get this for haswell/broadwell mobile/ulv they need to be 1.35v. Might work in some gaming laptops but the memory controller may not take it long term.

Great for integrated graphics laptops, it does make a difference when both cpu and gpu are used together.

Will this work in an Acer Aspire E1-571?

Specs:
i7 3632QM Quad mobile processor
6GB Ram
500GB HDD

applebyJedi

Not only laptops, but Macs too


Yeah this thread is just for talking about real computers though. You want ihotukdeals.com. It's essentially the same thing but they've just rebranded it slightly. Plus it's considerably slower and all the deals on there are 50% more expensive.

Could someone please let me know if this would work in a dell inspiron 1564 with Intel i3?
I dont knowmuch about memory types but have been told the memory type for this laptop is- DDR3 PC3-10600, DDR3 (non-ECC)

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thegamingkinginfo

Will this work in an Acer Aspire E1-571?Specs:i7 3632QM Quad mobile … Will this work in an Acer Aspire E1-571?Specs:i7 3632QM Quad mobile processor6GB Ram500GB HDD



ark.intel.com/pro…PGA

According to Intel it supports DDR3/L/-RS, so both 1.5V and 1.35V

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As long as it isn't a 4th/5th Gen Intel Processor it should work.

Does anyone know if this will work on a late 2011 MacBook pro with i5 processor???

Does anyone know if this will work on a late 2011 MacBook pro with i5 processor???

I would also like to know if this is suitable for a 2011 iMac?

ComputerAce

http://ark.intel.com/products/71458/Intel-Core-i7-3632QM-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3_20-GHz-rPGAAccording to Intel it supports DDR3/L/-RS, so both 1.5V and 1.35V



Do you know if this CPU will accept it?

ark.intel.com/pro…00u

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Spark

Yeah this thread is just for talking about real computers though. You … Yeah this thread is just for talking about real computers though. You want ihotukdeals.com. It's essentially the same thing but they've just rebranded it slightly. Plus it's considerably slower and all the deals on there are 50% more expensive.



Maybe but I bet that site works and doesn't require endless drivers, bsod, slow startups, incompatabilities and virus protection non stop from 3rd parties! Plus I bet that site also makes sense and works as advertised!

sparklehedgehog

CommentMaybe but I bet that site works and doesn't require endless … CommentMaybe but I bet that site works and doesn't require endless drivers, bsod, slow startups, incompatabilities and virus protection non stop from 3rd parties! Plus I bet that site also makes sense and works as advertised!



None of those things you just said really apply to Windows 7 or 8.1 if they're used correctly these days.

Awesome price

Spark

Yeah this thread is just for talking about real computers though. You … Yeah this thread is just for talking about real computers though. You want ihotukdeals.com. It's essentially the same thing but they've just rebranded it slightly. Plus it's considerably slower and all the deals on there are 50% more expensive.



MBP's aren't even more expensive than their windows counterparts. Myths galore.

Wishes my lap was a tiny bit newer.

Purchased. I'm not 100% sure it's compatible with my laptop but I'll just resell it on eBay if it isn't.

demol3

1.35v is for DDR3L which has low vontages hence lower power consumption. … 1.35v is for DDR3L which has low vontages hence lower power consumption. Normally used by ultrabook and such. But I have seen the move from DDR3 to DDR3L. Not sure if backward compatible with 1.5v though



Good shout Demol3!, this is indeed 204-pin DDR3L, 1.35v... Your post provided me with resolution on why my 4GB DDR3 wouldn't work in a laptop with a Intel 5200U - because it's 1.5v, and I need DDR3L! Many thanks!

Edited by: "CH405" 29th Mar 2015

1.35v DDR3L modules can be used on older laptops or ITX motherboards that support standard 1.5v SODIMMs, standard 1.5v DDR3 SODIMMS cannot be used on boards that only support 1.35v modules.

Most ITX motherboards that have SODIMM slots support both DDR3/DDR3L 1.5/1.35v modules.

Macbook Pro mid 2010 uses 1.5v DDR3 modules so should work fine, DDR3L is designed backwards compatible with higher voltage setups.
Edited by: "cannonfodder" 29th Mar 2015

MacBook requires PC3-10600, not sure this would work!

Would this work with a mid 2010 Macbook Pro 13", please?

Also, under specifications, it says 240 pins, whilst under "Overview" it states 204 pins. 240 is usually for desktops, IIRC, so I'm guessing this is a typo? Can anyone confirm it's 204 pins?

Edited by: "rasss" 29th Mar 2015

Hm, so my i3 Processor 3110M only supports up to 1600Mhz. Am I correct in assuming this RAM would still be compatible, just downgraded to 1600Mhz (which I'm totally fine with for the price)?
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