I am using a Lenovo Model 80T3 (80T300TETX) laptop and I have 8GB of DDR4 RAM available. I want to upgrade to 32 RAM as the RAM Amount is not enough anymore but I have a question about the maximum RAM capacity of my computer.
With CMD, the maximum amount of RAM is specified as 32 GB...
Hi everyone !
I know that questions like '' What's faster: xxx Mhz or yyy Mhz ? or '' CL xx vs CL yy'' are very common here.
But my dilemma is a bit more complicated:
I will build a new Pc in summer (exactly when , depends on Big Navi and rtx 3000 and Intel 10 gen ). Now the coronavirus...
So I have just upgraded my motherboard, CPU and RAM. But my g.skill trident z RGB doesn't seem fully right. One of the sticks doesn't seem to have a green LED at the bottom of it. First I thought this was an SPD corruption because I hadn't noticed first only after I installed the g.skill...
An image on what i am seeing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16p_-fuiaiHa7GGB5KHo57DPOrUBMEOe9/view
I dont think this is normal, so im asking the forums for help on this. The issue: both CPU-Z and my motherboards bios show the max bandwidth as lower than my xmp ram speed is running at.
So I was thinking of upgrading my system for professional reasons , I do a lot of After effects and design heavy work , and intense gaming with my ancient MSI GTX 970 4G
The current ram in my build are 2 sticks of RipjawsX F3-12800CL9D-4GBXL @DDR3-1600MHz . So thats 4x2 = 8gbs.
So i want to add another Ram stick in my laptop but, m just confused about this
what does that 1200 MHz in Bracket Means is it 2400 or 1200 ?
Here is a Link of snap of Specs