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Kingston Technology HyperX Plug n Play 16 GB Kit (2x8 GB) 1600MHz DDR3 PC3-12800 Non-ECC CL9 SODIMM 1.35V Notebook Memory KHX16LS9P1K2/16

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  • 16GB Kit (2x8GB Modules) of DDR3 Low Voltage Notebook Memory
  • Utilizes HyperX module with faster latency timing for higher performance and speed
  • Specifically designed and tested for compatibility in various makes and models of desktop computers
  • From the industry leader in PC memory
  • Non-ECC 1600MHz 204-pin CL9 Unbuffered SODIMM
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty and free technical support

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Product Description

Kingston is the industry leader in PC memory. Our line of HyperX notebook memory is ideal for PC enthusiasts and gamers. You want the highest performance and speed you need HyperX memory from Kingston. Included in package are two 8GB Modules of 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 SODIMM Memory. Specs include Standard 1G x 64 Non-ECC 1600MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM (DDR3, 1.35V, CL9, FBGA,Gold).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 1.8 x 0.3 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009W0ZFUY
  • Item model number: KHX16LS9P1K2/16
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 4, 2012

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Well, bring 'em on!
P. Thompson
Would recommend it to any MacBook Pro owner looking to upgrade their RAM to 16GB.
James Ross
Installation was easy and system speed improved across the board.
Dr. Lamb

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pavel on December 26, 2012
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This upgraded macmini memory to maximum capacity, at a fraction of the price that Apple wanted. This is low-voltage memory with lowest CAS latency I've seen so far. The macmini has been running stable 24x7 since the upgrade (it's an EyeTV DVR, always on).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By madmartian33 on March 5, 2014
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I purchased a new 27" iMac this past Saturday, but the tech at the Apple store said that if I wanted to upgrade memory they would have to order one, as they could not upgrade memory at the store because everything was integrated. To upgrade to 32 Gb of RAM they wanted $600! I took the iMac with the stock RAM and ordered 2 sets of this RAM the other day for just over $350 and it arrived yesterday. Well, I have absolutely no idea why they can't do RAM upgrades in the store, it is the just simplest thing! There is a small button above where the power cord goes into the back of the iMac (under the plug flange). When you press this, the compartment door on the back pops open and viola, you have instant access to the RAM modules! Removed the 2 x 4 Gb modules, and inserted these bad boys as per the lovely little diagram on the back of the compartment door, secured them and replaced the door. My computer started up lickety split, no problems, and zings even better than before. Verified that the system is recognizing all 4 x 8 Gb modules I had put in. By purchasing these I was able to use my new computer while I waited the 24 hours for them to arrive (Apple said an upgraded computer would arrive in 2-4 days), saved myself $250, and now I have 2 x 4Gb modules in case anything ever happens to these (Apple would have kept the original RAM). However, I have never had any problems with Kingston memory and don't foresee needing them, so I might just sell them to someone so my cost will be even lower. Very happy! So, to re-iterate, these DO work in the newer (2014) 27" iMacs, and they work well. (Note: From what I understand, the RAM in the 21" iMacs CANNOT be upgraded).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Thompson on February 5, 2014
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Bought 32G of the Kingston RAM for a new (Feb 2014) Dell Precision m4800 workstation based on the fact that Kingston's technical specs seemed to align with the Dell's rqmts. Searching the web for memory that explicitly stated "compatible with m4800" only turned up Crucial, so I felt it was a bit of a gamble. The consensus among a few friends who build (and rebuild) PCs is "I've never had problems with Kingston".

As it turns out, no gamble at all. The 2 4Gb factory SODIMs came out and the 4 Kingston modules went in easily. The first restart after the installation required going into setup (F2 upon seeing the Dell logo) to verify settings. On second restart I used the "boot options" (F12 at the logo) to get into Dell diagnostics. I ran the full suite then the "extensive" version of system and memory checks. About 2 hours later without any test failures restarted and Win 7 came right up.

The memory combined with a Samsung 840 Pro SSD and the Dell's awesome i7 quad-core is going to allow me to do multiple VmWare VMs. One of the products I support as a consultant needs a minimum of 3 servers, one running Oracle and all running Java. Memory-hog heaven. Well, bring 'em on!

The hardest part of the upgrade was removing the Dell keyboard bezel, and not losing the tiny screws!

Bottom line for me: no problemo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Ross on August 26, 2013
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Worked out great with my Mis 2012 non-Retina MacBook Pro. Would recommend it to any MacBook Pro owner looking to upgrade their RAM to 16GB.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jose S. on January 10, 2014
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My Lenovo Y470 does a good job at running virtual machines under VM**** but as I opened more than 4, it was slowing. So, since the i7-2720Q CPU was doing well, I went to the next bottleneck: memory. I was shopping for 16GB with a bit more speed and lower power requirements but did not want to go into the "trial & error" game. I wanted memory that fit the bill and not worry about compatibility. I found very good reviews for the Kingston HyperX but it is expensive. Luckily, shortly after Black Friday, I found it at $140 here. So, I replaced my 2x4GB @1333 with these HyperX 2x8GB @1600. They were immediately recognized, get this: at 1600mhz AND 1.28v ! Well, that is according to CPU-Z, no scientific testing done to confirm. Anyway, both speed and voltage were accepted. I have used it for several weeks now and the increased memory and speed is mostly noticeable when multitasking with several documents, programs and several web pages. Well, these are not a magical solution for all slow laptops...but if all you need is some headroom for multitasking, these will do fine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rocky on April 22, 2014
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These memory modules are a great additional to the HP notebooks. They are very easy to install and work great. If you decide your notebook though, make sure that you order the right one because some notebooks require 240 pins and some 204 pins. The latest HP notebooks require 204 pin, DDR3-PC12800. As long as you have the pin, and speed right, these memory modules will work great. These cost a little more than the KomputerBay modules but they are worth the price. KomputerBay at times (not always) will mail you out modules that have not been tested and you have to pay for the return shipping which is non refundable.
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