HP TouchSmart300-1100: HP TouchSmart300-1100 - 204 or 240 pin DIMM?

HP TouchSmart300-1100 - 204 or 240 pin DIMM?   Re: 2 GB (1 x 2 GB) DDR3 PC3-10600

Thank you



Your device supports 8GB max:

Memory slots: 2 DIMM

  • Maximum memory:

    • 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) (64-bit operating system)
    • 4 GB * (2 x 2 GB) (32-bit operating system)

    * Actual available memory may be less

  • You can have 2 GB + 4 = 6 GB but to get the full benefit of dual channel, you have same type of RAM, same capacity RAM and even same brand of RAM in two slots...

Kind regards.

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