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Lenovo Flex 15.6” FHD, UHD Graphics 620, i7-8565U, 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD , Win 10 Home: $519.99 AC + $62.28 back in points + FS

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Lenovo via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a Lenovo Flex 15", 15.6" FHD, UHD Graphics 620, i7-8565U, 8 GB DDR4 2400MHz (4 GB Onboard + 4 GB DIMM) RAM, 256GB SSD PCIe, Win 10 Home 64 for $519.99 plus $ $62.28 back in points. Use codeLEN100B.

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Wrong code, OP. The code on Rakuten is LEN100B
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Is it possible to increase the ram ?
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Is it possible to increase the ram ?
It has 4GB onboard. So you could add an 8GB stick then you would lose dual channel though but have 12GB.
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Same question here as well.
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Same question here as well.
Depends how important screen size is but I'm leaning to the 14"
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15 in without a 10 keys?
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Same question here as well.
I'm not positive of the difference in the processors, but I have the 14 AMD model and I love it after putting in more ram. Its very quick. The only real draw back is there's only one spot for a hard drive so you'd have to get a bigger one and replace it comepletely.
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nm wrong one. im in!
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It has 4GB onboard. So you could add an 8GB stick then you would lose dual channel though but have 12GB.
Can you elaborate and explain this to a dummy please?
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Can you elaborate and explain this to a dummy please?
Basically the speed of your memory will be slower if it is not operating in dual channel mode. You can not run dual channel mode, unless you are running sticks of matching capacity. Laptop has 4GB built in, so it can only use 4GB and 4GB and be in dual channel. You can use 4GB and 8GB, but it will be in single channel mode and have less memory bandwidth.
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I don't know if Lenovo fixed this issue. Apprantly, the glue on the hinges underneath the screen will lose stickiness overtime and cause the screen to crack when you are opening and closing the lid. This happened to me. My laptop lasted only a year and half. Does anyone know anything about whether this is addressed?
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Basically the speed of your memory will be slower if it is not operating in dual channel mode. You can not run dual channel mode, unless you are running sticks of matching capacity. Laptop has 4GB built in, so it can only use 4GB and 4GB and be in dual channel. You can use 4GB and 8GB, but it will be in single channel mode and have less memory bandwidth.
You still operating on old DDR2 ideas. You don't lose dual channel if you add a different sized stick. 4gb will still operate in dual channel and the extra 4 just sits there being extra and awesome.
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The i7 (this deal), any version, is preferable over the i5 or the i3 platforms. The latter two have horrendous issues with CPU-cooling on LTs and they will cause the LT to screen-freeze (i.e., a HDMI display will keep working) or spontaneously reboot or completely hang (no mouse or kdb response), especially after about a year of use.
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