[SOLVED] Ram upgrade

Feb 2, 2022
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I have a satellite C75D-B AMD A6 6310 i purchased from a pawnshop a couple yrs back. I cant find the 6310 part on my model anywhere at toshiba support. I want to upgrade to 16gig ram from the 4 in it. Ive read so-dimm and ddram i think. Please help me out here does my laptop hold so-dimm or the other. I know its ddr3 1333 204 pin but thats all i know.
 
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

The only benefit you'll get with maxing out the memory on that laptop is the ability to have multiple tabs opened in a browser like Google Chrome. Might want to read through this thread. Per the question about what sticks of ram to look for, you should look into a DDR3L dual channel ram kit rated to run at 1866MHz @ 1.35v, i.e, a 2x8GB DDR3L-1866MHz 1.35v dual channel ram kit. Please make sure your laptop is on the latest BIOS version prior to dropping a ram upgrade on it.

Yes, they are SO-DIMM's. I've stated 1866Mhz since the memory controller is supposed to support that as it's max.

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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

The only benefit you'll get with maxing out the memory on that laptop is the ability to have multiple tabs opened in a browser like Google Chrome. Might want to read through this thread. Per the question about what sticks of ram to look for, you should look into a DDR3L dual channel ram kit rated to run at 1866MHz @ 1.35v, i.e, a 2x8GB DDR3L-1866MHz 1.35v dual channel ram kit. Please make sure your laptop is on the latest BIOS version prior to dropping a ram upgrade on it.

Yes, they are SO-DIMM's. I've stated 1866Mhz since the memory controller is supposed to support that as it's max.
 
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Feb 2, 2022
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

The only benefit you'll get with maxing out the memory on that laptop is the ability to have multiple tabs opened in a browser like Google Chrome. Might want to read through this thread. Per the question about what sticks of ram to look for, you should look into a DDR3L dual channel ram kit rated to run at 1866MHz @ 1.35v, i.e, a 2x8GB DDR3L-1866MHz 1.35v dual channel ram kit. Please make sure your laptop is on the latest BIOS version prior to dropping a ram upgrade on it.

Yes, they are SO-DIMM's. I've stated 1866Mhz since the memory controller is supposed to support that as it's max.
Thank you and yes thats my next update then it should be ok for a little more ram. Sites like this are a tremendous help for me. I thajk you.