Memory America has a large quantity of unbuffered DDR3 SDRAM in stock for computer users who need to replace or upgrade the memory on their PC and Apple computers. Unbuffered SDRAM is the most common type of computer memory on the market and is faster than registered memory. This memory comes in numerous capacity sizes and clock speeds and is used primarily on desktop and laptop computers rather than servers. If your system uses unbuffered non-ECC memory, you cannot combine this with registered ECC memory. The DDR3 memory in stock at Memory America that is classified as unbuffered can be purchased as single module units in sizes ranging from 1GB to 8GB and in kit form, with eight RAM modules at 8GB a piece for a total of 64GB. This unbuffered memory comes in the usual DDR3 varieties: PC3-8500, PC3-10600 and PC3-12800. Memory America notes on the product descriptions for these modules whether they are applicable to Apple computers. If there is no mention of Apple in the product description, you know that the memory module is perfect for PCs.
Replacing the memory that was installed on your computer at purchase with memory that has more capacity is the easiest way to boost system speed and performance. In addition to the speed increase, computers with added memory are more productive and reliable. In many cases, new computers are installed with a certain amount of memory with the ability to add more RAM. For example, you can purchase a new Lenovo computer that comes with 8GB of RAM installed with a system that has RAM expandable to 32GB. This maximum amount of RAM can be achieved if the computer has open expansion slots or by replacing the memory installed at purchase with higher capacity memory. The bottom line is that 32GB is the maximum for this computer and how you get there is your choice. Memory America aims to make these choices easy for you with its large inventory of products and quality customer service.