Memoria 8GB DDR4-RAM 2400MHz (PC4-19200) de Crucial para Gaming Guru Guru Moon RTX (N970TD)

Memoria 8GB DDR4-RAM 2400MHz (PC4-19200) de Crucial para Gaming Guru Guru Moon RTX (N970TD)
49.00 EUR

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Other capacities: 8GB 49.00 EUR
  16GB 79.00 EUR
 

Atributos de artículos por: Memoria 8GB DDR4-RAM 2400MHz (PC4-19200) de Crucial para Gaming Guru Guru Moon RTX (N970TD)

Datos generales

Estado del articulo

  Nuevo

Fabricante

  Crucial

Datos técnicos

Capacidad

  8GB

Tipo

  SO-DIMM DDR4-RAM

Módulo de memoria

  PC4-19200

Frecuencia (MHz)

  2400 MHz

Volt

  1,2V

Cantidad de chips de memoria

  8

Categorización

Categoria

  Memoria / RAM

Uso

  Ordenador portátil


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  • Can I install different RAM modules, than the ones already installed?

    You can install RAM from a different manufacturer, as long as the specifications are the same.

    For example, when your computer currently has a DDR3 SO-DIMM module with a speed of 1600MHz installed, you should only use DDR3 SO-DIMMs with a 1600 MHz speed to upgrade/replace your RAM. It is possible to use different frequencies but the system will then use the speed of the slowest RAM module.

  • What is the difference between DDR3 and DDR3L?

    The difference between the two types of DDR3 is in their supported voltages. Normal DDR3 requires 1,5 Volt, whereas DDR3L (L for Load reduced) also supports 1,35 Volt. This reduction in voltage results in a slightly lower power consumption. However, this reduction is so small, that the difference in battery life caused by using load reduced RAM even in laptops is hardly noticeable. It only makes a difference in data centers with hundreds of computers, each with up to 32 memory modules.

    Even though the power consumption difference is tiny, you have to watch out for compatibility. Systems, which only support normal DDR3 usually, work with DDR3L, too, because it also supports 1,5 Volt. But there are computers, especially laptops, which only support DDR3L. Normal DDR3 might work here, however this is not guaranteed and might come with some stability issues. So, if you are not sure, which type of DDR3 your system needs, it is better to buy the load reduced variant or consult an expert.

  • What is the maximum amount of RAM my Notebook supports?

    The maximum amount of RAM your notebook supports depends on multiple factors:

    • What Chipset is being used
    • How many RAM-slots are available
    • And your operating system (32-bit versions only support 4GB)
    See also:
  • What RAM do I need for my Notebook?

    You can use the following tools to see what RAM your Notebook needs:

    AIDA (Download: www.lavalys.com)

    CPUZ (Downlaod: www.cpu-z.de)

    SIW (System Information for Windows) (Download from www.heise.de)

    HWiNFO (Direct download here)

    Alternatively, you can remove the currently installed RAM and read the necessary specifications from the labels on them. Should there be no label or should you not be able to recognize the type of RAM needed. You can still use the tools listed above or consult a specialist.

  • What speed does my RAM run at?

    In Windows 10 open the Task-Manager (Control+Shift+Escape), then click on more details in the bottom left corner. Select the tab performance and click on RAM Now you will be able to see many values about your RAM including its speed.

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  • Where can I see how much RAM I have installed in Windows 7?

    To see how much RAM you have installed in Windows 7 you have to do the following steps:

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