Corsair 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800 MHz (PC2 6400) Laptop Memory
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- Perfect upgrade for a Netbook or Notebook and great for Gamers who want more speed out of their systems
- Corsair Memory is optimized for the Microsoft Windows Vista client operating system
- Each memory module is individually tested to give you Peace of Mind that it Will Not Fail, Guaranteed!
- Industry Leading Lifetime Warranty
- 4GB 2 x 2GB PC2-6400 800MHz 200-pin DDR2 SODIMM (Contains two modules of 2GB each).
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- Hardware Platform: Pc
- RAM Memory Technology: DDR2
- Form Factor: Laptop
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The Dell Studio 1535 laptop running Windows Vista 32-bit can support up to 4 gigs of RAM so I wanted to install all 4 gigs into my wife's laptop to maximize its potential. After receiving the memory kit and installing it into her laptop, the laptop recognized the new memory instantly and displayed all 4 gigs of RAM (Due to the limitations of the 32-bit version of Windows Vista, I am only able to use 3.5 gigs of the available 4 gigs, this should not be an issue with the 64-bit virsion). The entire upgrade took about tree minutes and was worth every penny spent.
I also upgraded the memory in my Dell Inspiron 17R (N7010) laptop with Corsair 8GB (2x 4GB) 1333mhz PC3-10666 204-pin DDR3 SODIMM Laptop Memory Kit CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9 which also performed flawlessly, if you're looking to upgrade the memory in your Dell laptop, you can definitely feel secure in purchasing these products.
Dell Studio 1535 maximum supported memory upgrade is ...Read more ›
So I can not comment on the quality of the RAM, but I have to give it some star rating in order for the review to be published, so I'll give it 5 so as not to negatively impact the product's rating. However, users of older macs need to know this product might not work.
I cross-checked what I needed by going to the laptop computer manufacturer's site and then also to Corsair's, and then ordered.
These added memory cards work well, increased my son's laptop from 2-Gb (okay but minimal) to 4-Gb, to speed things up a bit and allow more windows to run at one time, and reasonably priced. Corsair is a recognized brand, which is good.
When installing Dragon speech recognition software, during the installation there was a cautionary statement saying that we had only 2-Gb which will work but marginally, should increase, so we did, and we are very happy. More memory is an effective and relatively inexpensive way of upgrading and speeding up and stabilizing computers.
So I'd recommend against this product. Buy one Corsair and one of something else (or two of something else) unless you're planning on using these in separate machines.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I great set of memory sticks from a great brand manufacture.Published 11 months ago by Matthew Senecal
Great price, and trusted brand. Used on older dell Inspiron laptop. Great upgrade. recommended.Published 23 months ago by frugal
This RAM really helped to speed up my aging computer. No problems and I would have no issue recommending it.Published on April 9, 2014 by notyours
If the memory works and doesn't cause a problem, it's a 5 in my book. It's an older machine, of course, but as fast as most of the newer machines, and with this memory in it, I... Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by R. Coover