The latest laptop and notebook computers on the market today use PC3-12800 SO-DIMM memory, but despite being new, there is still a need for replacement memory. Fortunately, Memory America has the SO-DIMM DDR3 RAM that you need if a memory module replacement is required. PC3-12800 DDR3 modules have a data transfer rate of 1600MHz, supply voltages of 1.5 volts and a column address strobe latency of CL 11. You can be assured that when you are buying laptop RAM from Memory America, you are receiving memory upgrades that are of high quality and reliability. All of the modules are tested to meet or exceed OEM specifications. Memory America wants your upgrade process to be easy and includes detailed specifications on all of the memory modules in stock. Using this information along with the information found in your system’s owner’s manual will ensure that you are purchasing the correct module for your system. Of the course the amount of memory that you purchase is dependent upon your system, particularly if you have a laptop that allows for a maximum capacity amount above and beyond the capacity that was installed at purchase.
Installing memory modules in laptops is similar to installing RAM in desktop computers. Always handle the memory modules by the sides and slide them into the SO-DIMM slot. After pressing down on the back of the module, it should click into place. Some laptops have slightly different methods of installing RAM, so again, check with your system manual. If you have questions about the modules, you can always contact Memory America to reach a knowledgeable staff member who can provide more information on the modules.