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 Transcend 4GB DDR4 2666 Laptop Memory

Transcend 4GB DDR4 2666 Laptop Memory

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Brand Transcend
Computer Memory Size 4 GB
RAM Memory Technology DDR4
Memory Speed 2666 MHz
Compatible Devices Laptop
  • DDR4-2666 SO-DIMM (JetRam)
  • JetRam memory modules are manufactured with true ETT grade, name DRAM chips that have passed strict screening process and rigorous environmental testing
  • The modules provide excellent compatibility and fully-checked reliability, which is for PC upgrade
  • Each memory module is rated 2666MHz to greatly increase data transmission efficiency by higher bandwidth of up to 21GB/s. Operated at a nominal voltage of just 1.2V, DDR4 SO-DIMM JetRam memory ensures that
  • Both operating temperature and electrical load on the memory controller can be reduced to save up to 40% of energy compared to standard DDR3 modules providing 1.5V


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one_eyed_ghoul wrote:

I think it is better to buy Crucial RAM 8GB DDR4 2666 MHz CL19 Laptop Memory at 1560Rs. 

I recently got it for 1504Rs. It was a good purchase


Bro how do I upgrade my laptop Ram, very curious, help if you know things which I feel like you do

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debarun.chakraborty.9786 wrote:

Bro how do I upgrade my laptop Ram, very curious, help if you know things which I feel like you do

First of all, check your RAM frequency. 

Go to task manager->Performance-> Memory. 

You will see it as Speed:2667Mhz or whatever will be your RAM frequency.

Second thing, check if your laptop even supports multiple ram. Most laptops do, while some do not. This will again be in the same place(task manager). You will see something like slots used: 1 of 4 or 1 of 2.

Now, some laptops are easy to open and upgrade while for some, the manufacturers make it difficult to even open. Search for your laptop make and model on youtube and if it looks easy and doable, go for it yourself. Otherwise, if you are not confident do not open your laptop. Go to a service center, they might charge you 300-400rs for it.

PS- you also need to know the RAM type. You can find it in task manager itself but only for DDR3 and below. There are other methods to find out using cmd but better to install CPU-Z a light weight software.

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