Do you want to Upgrade your laptpp to be a awesome machine ? this upgrade is a must If you are going to run Microsoft Windows XP or Vista on your Notebook . the upgraded Laptop will run faster and smoother whilst you surf the internet and speed up any applications
Warranty: Lifetime limited
Return Policy: Limited Non-Refundable 60-Day Return Policy
Please note: When installing this memory module handle it with care and ground yourself by wearing a ESD(Electrostatic Discharge) Wrist Strap to help remove all static electricity from your body
How Much Memory Do You Really Have?
When you look at the specifications for a computer, it will display the installed memory, and typically the maximum memory that can be installed. However, while these are real values, they represent a potential useable memory depending upon the installed operating system, and other factors. The actual useable memory may be different (lower) from these values. The reason is simply that a computer may have a limitation in the operating system (such as Windows 32 bit versions), or configured to use shared memory, which reduces the amount of RAM that is available to the CPU by using some of it for other purposes, such as for video memory. In some cases, you can control the maximum useable memory through system settings, by upgrading from a 32 bit to a 64 bit version of Windows XP or Vista, or by upgrading to a video card that has internal onboard video memory.
But always remember, that the amount of memory that your system reports, is not always the amount of actual installed memory. For example, if you have 4GB installed, 32 bit versions of Windows will typically report 3.2GB due to a limitation of Windows itself. Also note that different Windows programs report available and maximum memory differently, which can be confusing. If you find that you need more memory, we suggest expanding your system memory, since this is the most effective performance increase, and the one that is easiest to perform
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 26 June, 2009.