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Patriot Signature 4 GB PC2-6400 DDR2 Notebook Memory PSD24G8002S

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  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR2
  • Form Factor: Laptop
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 4 GB
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Patriot Signature DDR2 800MHz Non-ECC Unbuffered SO-DIMM is designed to support high performance notebook and mobile systems. Patriot SO-DIMM memory modules are fully tested and validated at 800MHz (PC2-6400) to ensure reliable performance and compatibility. These memory modules are perfect to meet the needs of those requiring memory upgrades and performance.

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Product Dimensions 6.6 x 2 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 0.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0027IVMBY
Item model number PSD24G8002S
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4.4 out of 5 stars 88 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,902 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Memory
Date first available at Amazon.com August 1, 2008

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By Tex Reviews TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 18, 2011
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I had two 2GB PC2 5300 memory modules in by 2008 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro.
This PC2 6400 memory is not only backwards compatible to PC2 5300, but its cheaper too!
I swapped out one 2GB module for this 4GB module and instantly jumped to 6GB of RAM.
Works great!
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I wasn't sure this SODIMM would work with my iMac7,1 but it did. I simply replaced the original 1GB stick with the Patriot Signature 4GB (PC2-6400 DDR2 Notebook Memory PSD24G8002S) in slot 1. In slot 2 I already had a 2GB stick. So my aging iMac went from 3 GB to 6 GB. The performance is much better now. Sweet!!!
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I upgraded an HP DV9543cl notebook computer. The notebook came with 2GB, a year ago I upgraded to 4GB using Kingston KVR667D2S0/2GR.

I have now upgraded to 8GB. No problems, everything works perfectly.

This memory, bought as individual sticks, is half the cost of all other comparable memory that I have found. Save yourself $100, and buy these instead.
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Installed these memory modules in a Latitude E6400. Went from 4GB to 8GB with Windows 7 64 bit. No problems with the memory, works well. Nice performance difference for those needing to run VMWare
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I have used and will continue to use Patriot memory. I have never had a problem in the past. However, I tried to upgrade my early 2008 iMac to 6 GB using one slot of the original 2 GB and replacing the other with the 4 GB stick. Unfortunately it gave me kernel panics and I believe it was because I run another monitor. Others have had success with running just the main unit but I am so used to using a dual setup (monitor spanning) that I will suffer the standard 4GB max to keep the additional monitor. I really wished this would have worked. 5 stars to Amazon for allowing the return of this memory (this was the first time I have ever returned a purchase and as usual Amazon really puts the customer first.
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My 4-year old HP DV7-1083CL had 4 Gb of RAM (2 Gb X 2) originally, but because I loaded this Windows 7 machine with many programs, I bump up to the memory limit often. I use TuneUp Utilities to optimize the operating system and to turn off some memory-resident processes and programs. I also use a free program called meminfo which can be setup to show the percentage of memory left in the lower right corner of the screen. Even with an optimized OS, I still have a memory usage of 75% or more, which slows down the computer considerably.

The HP service manual stated that the 1083CL could only handle up to 4 Gb of RAM total, but this is not true. I also could not be sure if the two available memory slots could handle memories of different capacities.

Taking a chance, I ordered a 4 Gb stick from Patriot. I took a 2 Gb RAM out of one slot and replaced it with the 4 Gb Patriot RAM. Now one slot has 2 Gb and the other has 4 Gb for a total of 6 Gb. So the answer is that the HP can handle up to 8 Gb and can accept different memory capacities in each slot.

Having two extra gigabytes of memory to work with, my HP now feels a lot smoother and snappier. I can now have Chrome and Firefox browsers each having a dozen tabs open, iTunes and Zinio reader open, Skype, and reach a memory usage of only 60%. By the way, if you install meminfo, you can defragment the memory on the fly, instead of rebooting every so often to regain memory. Just right-click the memory usage indicator on the lower right and select Memory Defragmenter.

The Patriot memory works, and it is definitely worth the $55 investment. You just need to find out the correct memory type and speed for your computer (DDR, DDR2, DDR3, etc.)
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I have an Early 2008 iMac 3.06GHz (running OS X 10.7 "Lion") which originally came with 2x1GB RAM installed (2GB total). I upgraded it to 2x2GB of RAM shortly after purchasing it. I recently read that although Apple claims that 4GB is the maximum for this model that others had success with 1x2GB and 1x4GB for a total of 6GB of RAM.

I purchased and installed the Patriot Signature 4 GB PC2-6400 DDR2 Notebook Memory PSD24G8002S in one slot and kept the 2GB in the other slot it and it works perfectly (as it has for others here). I've just started putting it through its paces, but I've noticed that applications open a bit faster as well as improvements in some other memory-intensive activity.

Upgrading memory is the easiest way to improve the performance of almost any computer and I can recommend the Patriot Signature 4 GB PC2-6400 DDR2 Notebook Memory PSD24G8002S.

UPDATE: Now running OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion plus updated the hard drive in my iMac to an SSD and this memory is still working fine.
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It has been few weeks that I've bought this RAM and used in my iMac 24" Early 2008 Model. iMac has only two slots with 2x1 GB Ram. And It can take upto 6 GB, so I bought a 4GB and 2GB RAM from Patriot and my mac works with blazing speed.

This 4GB ram when arrived worked perfectly, but I had a little poor experience with 2GB due to damaged item, but amazon has replaced it with working item.

This is another 2 GB ram I bought.
2GB - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0012C1BQW/ref=cm_cr_mts_prod_img

For any iMac 24" Early 2008 model - Maximum RAM upgrade it can support is 6GB
Source: My experience and [...]
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