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    I have a Laptop already greetings to all in this topic I will ask if my motherboard can add 2 barette of ram. Already on jig mention barette ram: ddr3 pc3 The barette-10600 1333 Mhz 8GB, 2x4GB My pc is a hp pavilion dv7-4168sf. Processor: Intel Core i3 370M @ 2400 MHz Graphics card ATI mobility radeon HD 5470 My chipset Intel HM55 I 2 slot of ram in my computer up to 4GB each ride I take one slot but I intend to remove the barrette to put 2x4GB of the same brand and reference My motherboard HP 144B Version 65.2E, number Series: PL61R011Z ZS 3LK MD Support no My BIOS: Manufacturer: HP Version: F.13 DMI Version: 2.6. Well, I think you said it all for all the reference I helped the PC Wizard 2012 thank you your future answer.

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    Yes since he say and see on the site is confirmed hp computer.

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    Ok and thank you I feel reassured and on dismantling I know it too can you help me?

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    Up and the ddr3 pc3-12800 1600 Mhz 2x4 go, it goes? Here is one I had buy it but I do not see the difference between the 2, after that I saw the first pin and a 240 2nd was 204 take laquel.

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    Pin 204 for laptops should generally take strips of the same frequency as your BUS. Of strips which are intended for higher frequency do not necessarily go faster. It is necessary to check the latency and take the same value as yours now or down. I do not know your laptop so I do not know your current strips or frequency of your BUS. We must check it out. So in your case the following if your bus is running at 1033Mhz but otherwise it is not rather the DDR3-800/1066 you need? Installs software CPU-Z and look into the following tab: You should find the specs your current RAM.

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    Hi, According to the characteristics of your processor the max you can expect your RAM is 1066Mhz. In the first screen shot you put here is the current speed of your RAM. The second screen shot shows the specifications of your RAM it is capable of following the different frequency applied to it. As you can see this is the 1333Mhz so we can say that oversized for your system. The timings are very good and I do not think there is better Laptop strips. So I would say that it is a good barette What you can do is add a second to enjoy the dual channel which increases the bandwidth of the RAM and thus allows faster loading into memory.

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    Ok, so this is good? The same as LDLC less expensive it will be better than my current ram? Ducoup I will go from 4 to 8 GB 667Mhz to 1333Mhz in? I look much comment and they say it is their mac for me it will be too? I order them tomorrow.

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