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Patriot Signature 4 GB PC3-10600 (1333 MHz) DDR3 SODIMM Notebook Memory PSD34G13332S

4.6 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews
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  • PC3-10600 (1333MHz) Data Rate
  • Non-ECC Unbuffered 204-Pin 2 Rank Double-sided in-line memory module
  • PCB height: 1181(mil)
  • 100% Tested, RoHS Compliant, JEDEC Compliant
  • Lifetime Warranty
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  • Model Number: PSD34G13332S
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR3
  • Form Factor: Laptop
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 4 GB
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Product Description

Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 Non-ECC Unbuffered memory delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. These 4GB modules are designed to run at PC3-10600 (1333MHz) at CAS 9 latency timings. Built using specific build-of-materials (BOMs) we ensure that every module meets and exceeds industry standards: offering you a hassle free upgrade. We certify every component that goes into our modules, including the modules themselves, which must pass strict standards to ensure compatibility, quality and reliability. With free customer service and a lifetime warranty, Patriot Memory's Signature memory modules are a perfect system upgrade option.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.6 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B003GSLDH2
Item model number PSD34G13332S
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,479 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Memory
Date first available at Amazon.com April 9, 2010

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I have used this product for 7 weeks. It works fine as a product (which means, for a memory, I do not notice its existence except for the added 4G totoal physical memory and almost zero swap usage under Linux).

I would rate it 4 or 5 stars as a product. But the 2-star rating above is based on my unpleasant experience with the Patriot Memory's rebate program.

Here is my experience.

I bought it on 30 September 2010 at price of $93.98 (including shipping), the last day of the (then) $20 rebate. I mailed out the rebate form *with the UPC sticker on the memory package* following their instructions on the program the next day after I received it from Amazon, expecting to receive the $20 gift card in 6 to 8 weeks.

However, I received a card from Patriot Memory on 13 November 2010, telling me that

(quote begins)
...
Your claim is invalid for the following reason(s)
* The rebate requires the original 12 digit UPC from the product packaing.
Please submit the missing/corrected information , along with this postcard, to Patriot Memory at the address above by 11/14/2010.
...
(quote ends)

I feel ripped off because I am positive that I have correctly followed their instructions on including the UPC sticker. I also feel insulted because I am *required to respond by the next day*. I can wait for one and a half month and you cannot wait for another day?

I searched on Google for "patriot memory rebate scam" and found a few other customers shared similar experiences [...]. Though I do not think my experience is universal (otherwise the company should be taken down by the customer long ago), mine is bad, and the only confirmed one for me.

To wrap it up, based on my experience, this is a fine product.
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Yes, it is computer memory, and yes, it works just fine in my wife's new Lenovo Z580, taking it from 6GB to the 8GB max.
While I am a tech/geek by trade, I'm not going to get into the memory speed, latency, etc... of the memory, 99.9% of the world doesn't care about that information, nor should they. Consumers just need to know if the memory is compatible, and that the system recognizes it. With that said, if you are looking at an affordable SODIMM for your laptop, verify your systems compatibility, if it is the same, you should have no qualms about ordering this memory. In short, I recommend.
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These are wonderful upgrades to the memory in the laptop
Good fit and no issues with the Windows 7 Pro OS.
-- Note that I did update the BIOS before using these memories.
I am unsure if that made a difference, but I do feel it avoided a possible error or non-recognition issue
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Compatible with the specifications for the ram in my Lenovo Thinkpad T510 laptop, but proved incompatible in practice. Caused my Windows 10 laptop to crash during the boot process and restart in an endless loop. I'm sure that this ram works fine in many devices, but it did not work at all for me.
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I purchased this RAM because of price and a well-known name.. I usually purchase only Crucial but at the time it was a lot more. Anyway,, I installed it in my brand new, never-run 2010 iMac 27" Core i7 in about 5 minutes. Fired up the machine and it recognized all the installed memory right away! After a few weeks the machine would randomly shut off. At first I thought it was a strain on the power cord so I re-routed it and no problem... for a few weeks. Next I had Apple replace the power supply, all good.... for a few weeks. Finally did some digging on this issue and without fail everyone who was having this problem figured out it was a memory issue. According to the specs this should and mostly does work, however when you get into really high memory configurations (mine is 12GB) the timing and specs have to be PERFECT. After removing this RAM I've had no problems for over a month now. I am going to replace all the memory with Crucial or OWC now. I'm not filing a warranty claim because I just don't trust Patriot.

+++++ New information = 5 stars

So my iMac finally shut down again for no reason. I finally took a single stick of known-good RAM through all 4 slots in the iMac and it turns out one of the DIMM slots was defective. Apple is replacing the logic board under warranty and all should be well. I caused at least some of this headache by not even trying to boot the computer before I stuck in additional RAM filling all the slots. 3/4 of the sticks were carrying the load and whenever it tried to read from the flaky slot it shut down.
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I upgraded my macbook pro (late 2010 model) i5, 17 in, 500 gb, 1920x1200 resolution just to give you an idea which one. It works as stated. I have ran parallels with windows 7 and it works without stuttering. The next upgrade to have a true simultaneous dual system (using a virtual machine of course) is to upgrade the hard drive to a SSD. Although you need deeper pockets.

Overall for the price its definitely worth it.
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My sisters hp laptop started to have all kinds of problems and wouldn't even boot most of the time so I had to figure something out. I took it completely apart checking the fan and all of the connections and it turns out that on of her sticks of memory was causing all the of the problems I believe. It had a 4gb and a 2gb stick and I took the 2gb out first and it worked great so I decided to just bump the memory from 6gb to 8gb. There maybe could have been a better price out but from the little bit of searching I did, Amazon had a good price and I knew when it would arrive.

After installing the memory, I think I had one more issues but after that, it seems like everything has been smooth sailing since and hoping that the computer will last her many more years to come. This has a lifetime warranty on it which makes it very simple if you ever have any issues with the memory. Patriot is a good name in the business also so you shouldn't have any problems getting it fixed.
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