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Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3L 1600 MT/s (PC3L-12800) SODIMM 204-Pin Memory - CT2KIT51264BF160B
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- Increases system performance .
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- Premium quality memory from a trusted brand .
- DDR3 & DDR3L are the same thing (DDR3L stands for DDR3 Low voltage and applies to our 1.35V DRAM) .
- This is a dual voltage piece and can operate at 1.35V or 1.5V .
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Crucial Laptop Memory (SODIMMs)
The fastest, easiest way to improve your laptop's performance.
There's an easy cure for a slow computer: more memory. Designed to help your system run faster and smoother, Crucial Laptop Memory is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to improve your system's performance. Load programs faster. Increase responsiveness. Run data-intensive applications with ease, and increase your laptop's multitasking capabilities.
Micron quality - a higher level of reliability.
As a brand of Micron, one of the largest memory manufacturers in the world, Crucial laptop memory is the standard for reliable performance. From the original SDRAM technology all the way to DDR4, we've engineered the memory technologies that have powered the world's computers for 35 years and counting. Don't settle for anything less.
Make everything on your computer faster
Memory is a component in your computer that allows for short-term data access. Since your system's moment-to-moment operations rely on short-term data access — loading applications, browsing the Web or editing a spreadsheet — the speed and amount of memory in your system plays a critical role. Load apps in seconds by increasing the speed of your memory and installing more of it.
Multitask with ease
If you're like us, you use your computer to do lots of things at once. You might be editing a document, while also looking at pictures and browsing the internet. This naturally leads to a performance problem: every app you're running requires memory and competes for a limited pool of resources. Overcome this by installing high-density modules in each memory slot for seamless multitasking.
Extend battery life
One of the most important aspects of laptop performance is battery life. By upgrading your memory, you can potentially take advantage of lower voltage modules — and increase energy efficiency by up to 40% when using the latest memory technology.* What's more, by simply installing more memory, you'll reduce the number of times your system has to access the hard drive (paging). Less paging means tasks are done faster — using less battery power.
Install with ease — no computer skills required
With just a screwdriver, your owner's manual, and a few minutes of time, you can install memory — no computer skills necessary. Just watch one of our three minute install videos, and we'll walk you step-by-step through the process. Don't pay a computer shop to do something you can do in minutes!
Maximize the value of your system
At a fraction of the cost of a new system, a memory upgrade is one of the most affordable ways to increase performance. Get more out of your laptop by giving it the resources it needs to perform.
*DDR4 modules only.
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|Item Dimensions||0.44 x 7 x 5 in||4.49 x 7 x 5 in||5 x 7 x 0.5 in||7.13 x 13 x 2 in||4.49 x 7 x 5 in||1.8 x 3.75 x 0.3 in|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,600 MHz||1,600 MHz||1,066 MHz||1,066 MHz||1,333 MHz||1,600 MHz|
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|Number of Items||2||2||2||1||2||1|
|Number of Pins||204||204||204||204||204||204|
|RAM Technology||DDR3||DDR3||DDR3||DDR3||DDR3||DDR3 1600|
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CT2CP51264BF160B is an 8GB kit consisting of (2) 4GB DDR3 Notebook modules that operates at speeds up to 1600 MT/s and has a CL11 latency. It is dual voltage and can operate at 1.35V or 1.5V. It is Unbuffered and is non-ECC. It conforms to the industry standard SODIMM layout of 204 pins and is compatible with computers that take DDR3 SODIMM memory. Not Mac compatible.
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In real-world applications benchmarks, there is barely any difference between using CL11 memory and using some fancier CL9 memory, and the unnoticeable speed difference is not worth paying extra money for more-expensive models of CL9 or faster memory. With most applications, if you compare CL7, CL9, and CL11 application benchmarks, the differences mostly amount to 2% to 4% differences in benchmark timings. Along with the CL listing, another important memory performance indicator is bandwidth, and this Crucial memory's DDR3 1600MHz has a very good maximum bandwidth of 12800MB/s. But what does this mean in real-world performance terms? Relatively little. As long as you have enough memory to hold the applications that you are running without paging, RAM speed is only very rarely a performance bottleneck. Even with quad-core CPUs, the bottleneck is more likely still going to be the CPU . The reason for this is that the CPU's branch prediction algorithms are so accurate that, in the vast majority of circumstances, the data is already in the cache when the CPU needs it. So direct calls to RAM are quite rare. The branch predictor is like the CPU's personal assistant; it guesses what piece of information the boss needs next and makes sure it is already on his desk by the time he needs it. Occasionally, the assistant will get it wrong and the boss will have to forage around and find the information himself. In CPU terms, "foraging around" means retrieving the information from RAM, or (worst case scenario) disk, while if it is "on the boss' desk", that is equivalent to it being in the CPU's cache. And if your computer is equipped with an SSD using Intel's "Smart Response Technology" or if your computer uses SSDs instead of hard disks, it may retrieve the data from the speedy SSD instead of reading from a slower hard disk.
So the days are long-gone when purchasing high-end expensive RAM actually makes a tangible difference to your computer's performance. As long as it meets the basic specifications that your chipset requires, there is not much to be gained by paying more. Some performance gains are possible from buying better RAM, but these days, most tests tend to show that such performance gains are minimal... far, far lower than you will get from adding more RAM (not necessarily faster RAM, just *more* RAM) or a faster CPU. This was not always the case. When the Pentium IV first came out thirteen years ago, it used a new type of RAM that had, at the time, very high bandwidth, but also very high latency. AMD's Athlon used traditional RAM with lower bandwidth and lower latency. Some types of applications (e.g. video and audio conversion) were very sensitive to bandwidth, but less sensitive to latency. These types of applications showed significant performance gains with the Pentium IV. Other applications (typically games and office applications) were more sensitive to latency and favored the Athlon.
Overall, this Crucial memory is a great buy! Don't overspend on memory just because a brand or model of memory touts better specifications. If you are a hardcore computer gamer with a $4000 gaming laptop, you may opt for faster high-end memory to complement your top-of-the-line CPU and graphics. But most people should focus far more on how compatible that memory's specifications are for your system because the differences between CL ratings are negligible if you are considering CL rating differences of 2 or 3, while using memory that is not correctly matched or compatible with your computer can cause a variety of problems.
After I removed the original Samsung 8-GB memory from my Y410P laptop and added these two Crucial SODIMM cards, I reran the Windows Experience Index benchmark and got the same WEI "Memory operations per second" score of 8.1 that I had with the Samsung memory. The WEI "Processor: Calculations per second" also remained unchanged at 8.1. This was not surprising considering that both the original Samsung memory and this Crucial memory have the same specifications.
I also purchased a single 8GB card of this same Crucial memory to upgrade my HP Chromebox, which comes equipped with only 2GB in its single memory slot. There is a lot of misleading information on the Internet stating the maximum memory that you can use in the HP Chromebox is 4GB. But that is incorrect since the HP Chromebox can fully use 8GB of memory. After I upgraded my HP Chromebox, the Memory Monitor app on its Chrome OS displayed the memory capacity as 7.9GB. 2GB of memory is sufficient for a Chromebook/Chromebox if you are just browsing with a few tabs open. But if you want to open up lots of tabs and run lots of apps, or if you plan to install Linux or Windows on your Chromebook/Chromebox, then adding more memory will help with performance.
Note that Crucial has two identical 16-GB 2x8GB kits with identical specifications, with each memory product having two different part numbers: CT2K8G3S160BM/CT2C8G3S160BM Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3-12800) CL11 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Mac Memory CT2K8G3S160BM , and CT2KIT102464BF160B/CT2CP102464BF160B Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) CL11 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Notebook Memory CT2KIT102464BF160B. CT2K8G3S160BM/CT2C8G3S160BM and CT2KIT102464BF160B/CT2CP102464BF160B are exactly the same memory cards, with the only difference being that the CT2K8G3S160BM/CT2C8G3S160BM product is packaged for Macs with the words "Mac Compatible" on the package. But all four of these part numbers are totally interchangeable because they contain identical memory cards. So if you determine that this is the right memory for your computer, just get whichever of these four Crucial part numbers is cheapest :-) I purchased the CT2K8G3S160BM/CT2C8G3S160BM on Amazon because it was $30 cheaper than the CT2KIT102464BF160B/CT2CP102464BF160B product listing at the time (of course, prices can vary each day). Both of these products are dual-voltage and can work in either 1.35V PC3L/DDR3L or 1.50V PC3/DDR3 memory slots. Both products are Mac-compatible, but they are also not Mac-specific or PC-specific, and they work equally well with PCs, Macs, and Chromebook/Chromebox.
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- Unscrew 5 screws on the base with a little Phillips head screwdriver
- Take the cover plate out, that needs a little force as it is tightly secured
- Pull back the top RAM guides so the existing 2GB chip pops up, then pull that out
- Repeat for the lower 2GB chip
- Insert the new 4GB chip, needs a little force and the space is tight but they are robust so you would be doing really bad things to break them
- Put the guides back
- Repeat with the top 4GB chip
- Turn laptop on and check it boots and works and that you have 8GB installed
- Place cover plate back, needs a little finessing to get all the latches in place
- Screw the screws back in
- Enjoy your extra working RAM
- Oops, that didn't happen to me but I'd check the chip seating, that's the likely cause
- Try putting the old 2GB chips back in and check they still work
- If that fails, sorry you are on your own, take it to the local PC shop :-)
- Drop in Memory. It just works.
- Improves the WEI score to 7.6 on Windows 7 Pro OS.
- Works in a HP Elitebook 8460p and 8470p Notebook computer with absolutely no problems.
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- Price has gone up from under US$100 to current US$115 for the 16GB kit.
I have been using these Crucial 16Gb kits to upgrade HP Elitebook Notebook computers for more than 7 years. I have tried other brands and have experienced compatibility problems with other brands. Not with Crucial. Yes, the price is a little higher than some other brands like Hynix but I know that they work. The fact that I can just drop them in and they work with no hassle is worth the 10%-15% price difference to me.
I know that these work in HP Elitebook and Probook computers. I have tried them in a couple other notebook computers that use DDR3 204 pin SODIMMs that require the 1.35 volts and they worked. I believe that they also work in Macbooks that require the 1.35 volts. Check the Crucial website to determine which models are compatible with your particular PC. I can only guarantee these will work in HP Elitebook 8460 and 8470 models.