As programs get more complex, you’ll discover that your trusty laptop may not be working as quickly or efficiently as it used to. While your impulse might be to purchase a new, more powerful computer, you can dramatically improve performance simply by upgrading your memory. For far less than what you’d pay for a new computer, a memory upgrade will often have your laptop working faster and more efficiently than ever before. Plus, it’s relatively easy to install new memory and only takes a few minutes of your time.
Before you buy - make sure your motherboard is compatible with this memory. For example, DDR Memory won't work with motherboards designed for only DDR2, SDRAM or RDRAM memory, and vice versa. Only use the memory speed recommended by your motherboard's manufacturer. Please read the specifications carefully.
For help on selection please view the Integral "Memory Finder":
* Memory Finder (*External Link)
** Differences between memory (** Internal Link)
Want to know the difference between SDRAM, DDR and DDR2? Confused by SIMM, DIMM and SODIMM? Our memory guide explains the different types of RAM available so you can decide what's right for your system.
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