Pavilion DV6: upgrading RAM for Pavilion DV6
I'm looking to update my RAM and would appreciate any help in determining what to buy to upgrade my RAM full system. It is a product B5S11UA #ABA Pavilion DV6, totally stock number. I think that the vehicle currently has 6 GB of RAM. Thank you!
It's a HP Pavilion dv6-7010us and Yes, it currently has 6 GB of RAM. It supports up to 16 GB in two locations (8GB) and accessible/extendable user. Please use the manual next (page 4) for work on the configuration of your need and go to page 51 to find a part # and how add/replace RAM
I want to upgrad ram for my Lenovo ThinkPad T61 6463 - B45 actually 4 GB (2 x 2 GB) instead of 8 GB (2 x 4 GB). I found some in my next computer store 4096 MB-DATA Value SO - DDR2 800 MHz. But I don't know if the PC2-6400 (800 MHz) would work in my notebook.
Can someone confirm if these would work? Issue in this page , I found the following information:
Yavuz, welcome to the forum,
Looking at the specs you should be good to go, but have not personally tested, I can't be 100% sure.
What really works, as I installed it in my T61p is Corsair VS4GSDS800D2 G.
Model Pavilion dv6t - 3000 CTO Select Edition, Prod #VXO69AV, Intel Core i5 - 450 M (2.4 GHz with 3 MB L3 Cache) with Turbo Boost up to 2.66 GHz, 160 GB Solid State Drive Flash Module, 1 GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 switchable graphics, Windows 7 Ultimate. I currently have the original 6 GB of ram that came on the HP laptop, which includes a stick of 4 GB and 2 GB key.
I want to spend the maximum amount of ram and the ram for maximum performance (speed). Analysis of Crucial.com says I have 6 GB of ram and the maximum ram is 8 GB. He also says that I can buy one (or two) 4 GB DDR3 PC3-12800. CL = 11. NON ECC unbuffered. DDR3-1600. 1.35v. here is the link for the crucial scan and recommendations:
Here is a link below for my maintenance SE dv6t and Service Guide, with memory on page 70. The service guide references DDR3 PC3-10600 clocked at 1333 MHz.
Issues related to the:
The Crucial scan seems to direct me to the memory of better and faster that is listed in the Service Guide. My laptop took advantage of this Crucial memory to operate at faster speeds than the memory, I have now? What latency (CL) cases? I saw sticks to new Egg with CL = 9 instead of this Crucial CL = 11. CL is important? What I have to buy two Crucial 4 GB sticks or I can I keep my original 4 GB stick and add a Crucial 4 GB stick for my 8GB? Is Crucial memory memory low density -something I've read elsewhere that I need? FWIW, a diagnostic analysis of Norton said that my current memory is syncing to 1067 ns.
I have also these two links below for key USB PNY to a Best Buy nearby. The first stick of memory PNY seems to correspond to the Crucial memory card. Is - this low density memory PNY memory? And yet once, can I buy a single stick of 4 GB and add to my current 4 GB stick? This 4 GB PNY stick below which seems to fit the profile of Crucial scan is what I would buy if he tell you it's compatible, because I can buy it at a Best Buy near and easily return it if it does not work:
And here is the link to a second best buy PNY 4 GB stick whose plug appear to be closest to the Service of Guide specifications, but this stick may not be low voltage and it has less maximum MHz:
Thank you for your help and your recommendations!
Hello. I'll answer my own questions in the last post above. Fortunately, HP expert Paul Tikanen resolved my questions in a thread with the following response. Thank you, Mr. Tikkanen!
"The faster the memory will run in your laptop is at 1066 Mhz, which is the speed of the FSB of the i5 - 450 M.
So, my recommendation would be for you to buy a module of memory 4 GB DDR3 PC3 - 10600 (1333 MHz).
Thus, even the 1333 MHz chip will only work at 1066 MHz.
I had a lot of success with this configuration of brand and the memory chip.
Regardless of the brand you download, make sure he's 8 the little black chips of memory on each side of the Board, not 4.
I'm looking to get more RAM for my HP Pavillion G7. I searched spare parts with the number of my product (A7A46UA) and noted that the replacement part would be
Module memory PC3-12800 4 GB, 1600 Mhz, 641369-001 (SHARED)
Can anyone confirm or deny this?
Here is a picture of my current RAM
It's actually a very specialized type of memory called DDR3L low voltage (1.35 volts).
It's the same thing:
I want to upgrade RAM 3 GB to 8GB for my laptop HP DV4-1502TU laptop. Please let me know if it can be upgraded to 8 GB and if yes let me know cost of 8 GB of RAM and where to get. I live in Mumbai, India.
Thank you very much
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I read your post on the memory Modules and wanted to help you!
According to your specifications, your laptop can support up to 8 GB. For more information about prices and/or purchase, please contact HP support by phone. Please use the following http://www.hp.com/contacthp and create a folder for your question and contact HP. If you do not live in the United States / Canada, please click on the link below to get contact information for your region.
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I want to upgrade the memory of my laptop. It has 4 GB (2x2gb). I want to move to 8 GB or 16 GB, if possible. I found some RAM modules on newegg.com such as this one - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820139976 - I wonder if it will be compatible with my laptop. Here are some features of the system:
-Model: HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC
-Processor: Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz
-RAM: 4 GB
-System type: 64-bit operating system
You do not give us the model exactly but dv6 with processors Intel Core gen 2d max to 8 gigs. 3rd and 4th generation can take 16.
The type of memory that you have linked works perfectly... but not the 2 x 4 GB modules, 8 modules of concert. Also note how the picture shows 8 black blocks on the side of the memory... get the modules like this, not with 4 blocks. The speed is correct. DDR3-1333. Let us know if you need help most.
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I'm trying to exceed 10 32-bit windows. I want to upgrade to 8gig of ram. I know that I need 64-bit for this. I saw on the Intel site, I have a 64-bit processor, but it is a little old now. So I would like to know if it would be able to run 10 64-bit Windows until I have spend money on 2 x 4gig ram modules as they are very expensive here in South Africa.
I'll have to go back on a bit of what I said. The license key that appears on the certificate of Microsoft works on a 64-bit version of the Windows operating system that is already installed. This means that you can install Windows 7 (64-bit) and then upgrade to Windows 10 (64-bit)
For a direct upgrade, you need to purchase a license key 10 64-bit Windows.
The installed CPU supports 64-bit Windows versions. So yes, your laptop can handle it.
I am in need to upgrade my memory of's laptop (DV6-3206AX). At the present time it is 4 GB and I thought to upgrade to 16 GB.
The reason for this upgrade is, I work as a developer and use many technologies and software requiring a huge memory tell SharePoint, SQL Server, DMS systems. I tend to play with these technologies on my laptop and of course to learn and build solutions. Now 2013 SharePoint requires more memory, I would need to increase the memory of my laptop.
My concern, I am not sure weather my laptop wouldn't support 16 GB or not? If so, then this high memoery would result in additional heating.
Configuration of the laptop
- AMD Phenom II N970 (4 c, 2.20 GHz/4 x 512 KB / 3.6GTs)
- 4 GB RAM DDR3
- 500 GB SATA HARD DRIVE
- DVD +/-RW double layer with LightScribe drive
- 15.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) LED backlit BrightView
- AMD Radeon HD 6550 (discreet, dedicated 1 GB)
- 10/100/1000 LAN, 802.11 b/g/n WLAN
- Dolby Digital Audio Advance with speakers Altec Lansing, Webcam, media card reader
- 1 x HDMI, 1 x VGA, 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB/eSATA, 1 x RJ-45
- AC adapter, battery, power cord
- (Windows 7 Home Premium pre-installed) Windows 8 Professional upgrade.
Any person who has knowledge or have already tried on similar systems, share your experience.
Thanks in advance.
You machine is not in the following list:
Based on this, it supports ONLY 8 GB.
You can buy from them, or use the information to buy elsewhere.
I had an analysis of the system of crucial.com who said that I have 4 slots for RAM. 2 are empty; 2 have sticks of 2 concerts each - so I currently have 4 gigs. The results of the analyses say that my max is 8 GB. FWIW, there is a Pavilion P6650z, under Windows 7 Home Premium.
I wonder - then - I buy a single 4 GB stick and insert it into one of these 2 empty slots? Or is there a maximum of 2 GB per slot (in which case, I have to buy 2 sticks of 2 GB each, to the max of 8 GB RAM)?
I tried to call customer support HP (sic), but I was bounced from one Department to another because this computer is no longer under warranty, and finally when to transfer me to a person as well, I just got cut. So hopefully someone here can help me out.
HP LaserJet p1102w
Max supports 16 GB on 64 bit OS, 4 x 4 GB
I want to improve my 8 GB RAM. With the one that came with the laptop, the total should be 12 GB. (I checked, there are 2 slots for RAM in this laptop)
My question is, this laptop will accept 4 GB + 8 GB of RAM? Adding RAM is
Samsung 8 GB DDR3L 1600 PC3L - 12800S 1.35v
This laptop motherboard is HP 216 (with chipset A55/A60M FCH).
Thanks in advance.
You don't mention the name of the full model (Pavilion 15 / Pavilion 14).
Anyway, the two would support up to 12 GB (8 GB + 4 GB) with the configuration that you mentioned.
You can go ahead with the purchase.
I have to mention that adding another 4 GB with the same config would give you the advantage of boost dual-channel.
I just bought HP Pavilion notebook 15-E016tx.
It currently has 4 GB of RAm DDR3, I would like to upgrade to 8 GB.
Is this possible? I went through the HP site, but its no the case clearly stated that if I can update or not.
I have 2 memory slots, 1 slot memory is free right now.
Thank you and please advice.
You can upgrade a maximum 8 GB (2 x 4 GB Modules). It is usually best to upgrade using corresponding modules and an appropriate example can be seen at the following link.
If you decide to add an another 4 GB, something like the example in the link below should work fine.
DP - K
According to PC Wizard, my laptop has 2 x 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM PC2-5300 (333 MHz)
I want to switch to 2 x 2 GB DDR2 SD - RAM PC2 - 5300.
My question is: can I use 667 MHZ RAM instead of 333 MHz? Now a days it seems impossible to 333 MHz RAM
SD - RAM PC2 - 5300 DDR2 running at 667 MHz, the reason why you can't see 333 MHz as double channel and 333 MHz x 2 = 666 MHz (close enough to 667). Please use SD - RAM PC2 - 5300 DDR2.
I have a Toshiba SATELLITE S50 - B - 15 p and want to upgrade the RAM. There are currently 8GB. I read that 16 GB can be installed
Memory locations need two, one with 8 GB inside and a vacuum?
If so what memory for I order, for example this one
If this isn't the case, please advise.
I am currently regularly maxing out the 8 GB of RAM with my use if necessary
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You are right. Your laptop model can be improved up to 16 GB and you can use the modules of memory 2 x 8 GB with PA5104U-1M8G part number. According to mobile information a slot must be empty, you can add the second 8 GB of RAM.
The following ram would work on the laptop mentioned above?
Kingston KVR533D2S4 / 2 G 2048 mb so-dimm, 200 pin
Any input would be appreciated
This page might be useful for you:
You need DDR2 533 MHz (PC2-4200) 200 - PIN SODIMM barrettes.
But I doubt that the Kingston KVR533D2S4 / 2G 2048 mb would be fine because the A110 can be upgraded up to 2 GB, and in this case, you can only use 2 x 1 GB RAM modules
I want to improve my ram... its 512MB now, but not enough, now use 468 MB, I farm programs unused backgorund, always 468 MB to help... I also have virtual memory settings. Using virtual memory, not good at all. On games share memory with graphics as chip RAM you have many know... It will count if I switch 1 GB of RAM to the memory expansion on the rear panel on my laptop? I don't know what RAM to upgrade, works DDR or DDR2? How many MHz? What pin?
I have little time know what is the capacity of my memory expansion module to the back of my laptop?
If I add DDR2 it'll work with other main ram which is under the keyboard area..... ?
Thank you much for now :)
You must use PC2700 DDR - RAM. DDR2 will not work in your notebook.
Have a look here:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/JSP/individualOptions.do?service=EU&OPTION_ID=117198&t oshibaShop = false & SelCategorie = 4700 & tab = 1 #1
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