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Patriot PSD38G13332S 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 (1333MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £23.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon
Patriot PSD38G13332S 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 (1333MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £23.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon

Patriot PSD38G13332S 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 (1333MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £23.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Product Description
Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 Non-ECC Unbuffered SODIMM delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. These 8GB modules are designed to run at PC3-10600 (1333MHz) at CAS 9 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
•JEDEC Compliant

Good bit of cheap laptop RAM

Same 8GB model but running at 1600MHz instead of 1333MHz for £4 more:
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…149

17 Comments

Could this be used for a PC?

Not unless you have a thin M-ITX motherboard so the general answer is no.

travyalonso

Could this be used for a PC?



SoDIMM is for Laptops.
http://blog.outletpc.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Untitled-2.jpg
The only desktop PCs which might use it are very tiny miniPCs or some All-in-Ones.

Wish this was for desktops. Price has shot up for DDR3 recently.

Would this be OK for my HP 2540p laptop?
Crucial checker recommends CT5305193
DDR3 PC3-12800 • CL=11 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR3-1600 • 1.35V •

Thanks (_;)

EDIT.. Laptop can only take a maximum of 8GB, it it ok in one stick? Sorry for my lack of knowledge :-)
Edited by: "Savo" 11th Dec 2016

Just noticed that these are 1.5V so there are plenty of laptop which won't take them.
Generally, most Haswell or later ones might not as the Intel spec for those were DDR3L at 1.35V max. I know, for example, that a HP EliteBook 840 G1 will not get past POST with 1.5V memory.

Savo

Would this be OK for my HP 2540p laptop?Crucial checker recommends … Would this be OK for my HP 2540p laptop?Crucial checker recommends CT5305193 DDR3 PC3-12800 • CL=11 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR3-1600 • 1.35V • Thanks (_;)


This:
h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/…757
Says the 2540p is 1.5V only so should be okay?
If Crucial are recommending that, then according to that forum post theirs should 1.5V/1.35V dual compatible.

I've had good experiences with Patriot RAM, haven't had a stick from them fail on me yet.

Savo

Would this be OK for my HP 2540p laptop?Crucial checker recommends … Would this be OK for my HP 2540p laptop?Crucial checker recommends CT5305193 DDR3 PC3-12800 • CL=11 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR3-1600 • 1.35V • Thanks (_;)EDIT.. Laptop can only take a maximum of 8GB, it it ok in one stick? Sorry for my lack of knowledge :-)



I would say don't waste your money. Your laptop has a hard limit of 8GB based on its architecture. All laptops like this I've ever encountered have a limit per slot of 4GB (not to say there aren't exceptions but I have never found any). There's a slight performance boost with having two memory modules compared to one, but that's probably an aside since it isn't much.

I got caught out with these - they will not POST with anything I fitted them too, ie laptops or mini-Dell PCs.

I think the 1.5v volt is the fly in the ointment.

EDIT - Sorry I am talking about the PC-12800 version of this.
Edited by: "bxboards" 11th Dec 2016

Will this work in an android tv box?

bertbert

I would say don't waste your money. Your laptop has a hard limit of 8GB … I would say don't waste your money. Your laptop has a hard limit of 8GB based on its architecture. All laptops like this I've ever encountered have a limit per slot of 4GB (not to say there aren't exceptions but I have never found any). There's a slight performance boost with having two memory modules compared to one, but that's probably an aside since it isn't much.



Thanks, I'll wait for an offer on 2X4GB then after Christmas. Laptop came with 1x2GB & 1x1GB

is it ok for macbook pro mid 2012 non retina display

Hardawan

is it ok for macbook pro mid 2012 non retina display


Crucial only list 1.35v DDR3L for the only mid-2012 they have:
uk.crucial.com/gbr…%29
Patriot actually have a memory finder too:
patriotmemory.com/mem…er/
but there is a reason why Crucial and Kingston are so popular for memory upgrades as their finders are a lot better.

Speaking of Kingston, their finder list 1.5V memory:
kingston.com/en/…047

travyalonso

Could this be used for a PC?



You can get an adaptor but I don't know if it would be worth it in the end

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Edited by: "krisward7955" 11th Dec 2016

Gkains

SoDIMM is for Laptops. The only desktop PCs which might use it are very … SoDIMM is for Laptops. The only desktop PCs which might use it are very tiny miniPCs or some All-in-Ones.



​thank you for your help

I've had trouble with 1.5v on anything Intel iX-3xxx or newer (2013 or newer), but 1.5 worked great in my iX-2xxx (2012 or older)

For anything built in the last 4 years, 1.35v is likely what you need
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