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32GB (2x16GB) Team Elite 3200 MHz CL22 DDR4 SO-DIMM Laptop Memory EXPIRED

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  • DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
  • CAS Latency 22
  • 1.2V
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I upgrade my razer laptop from 16GB samsung to 32GB high end hyperx ram, i cant tell the diffence whatsoever. Only thing i found out that about 10s faster than 16gb ram when I export my 4k 2min clip.
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This won't work on a GS66 even with XMP profile enabled in the laptop. Tried and did not work properly. System was sluggish and had BSODs. This was on their 64gb kit so it might cause trouble for some laptops that want to run this at 3200 at least MSI laptops.
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Was looking to up the 8GB to a 16GB 3000 MHz CL16 for the HP Pavilion Gaming laptop with 10th gen i5, GTX 1660 Ti Max Q that was on sale few weeks back. Debating whether to jump on this or go with the 16GB 3000 MHz CL16 for about $20 less. I believe the 16 GB is a better fit for the laptop but not sure. Any advice guys?
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Visit crucial.com to see compatible types of ram for your devices. Though when I checked for my device it said 2666 MHz but this is 3200, so will a device that takes 2666 take 3200 mhz ?
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Visit crucial.com to see compatible types of ram for your devices. Though when I checked for my device it said 2666 MHz but this is 3200, so will a device that takes 2666 take 3200 mhz ?
It should, no guaranty though. I bought Ballistic 2666 one on 2400 system and it works fine.
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Bought them last time. They all worked perfectly fine on my laptops (Intel 7th, 8th, and 10th gens in my house). Laptops had 2666Mhz RAM and this one also worked fine.
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I hate to be "that guy", but is this compatible with the new Predator Helios 300 with the i7-10750H? I can find almost no information around for it.
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My understanding is that 1.2V (low voltage) chips should run at the advertised speed. Many chips rely on XMP profiles to boost up to advertised speeds, and in those cases, laptop BIOSes often do not have support for XMP (particularly with AMD.)

But that's my internet forum guy level of education. I could be wrong!
yeah it should if you see 1.2v and 3200mhz it should work fine. if you see them listed as 1.35v and 3200mhz then be cautious probably using xmp
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Visit crucial.com to see compatible types of ram for your devices. Though when I checked for my device it said 2666 MHz but this is 3200, so will a device that takes 2666 take 3200 mhz ?
It will, I purchased mine from Amazon a few weeks back
I was able to install it on XPS 15 7590 (2019 model) and ran without issues
I tried 2400 mhz ram on the same laptop and it won't work
so I guess the rule of thumb is you can run a faster ram at a lower rate but not the other way around
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Mine was DOA. Blue screen/no boot. Proceed with caution.
Not sure about you, but mine came in an envelope and was crushed, with pieces broken off. I went through the replacement process, so hopefully that works out. But I'm not sure going through the whole process is worth the discount. I wish they just shipped it in a box in the first place.
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It will, I purchased mine from Amazon a few weeks back
I was able to install it on XPS 15 7590 (2019 model) and ran without issues
I tried 2400 mhz ram on the same laptop and it won't work
so I guess the rule of thumb is you can run a faster ram at a lower rate but not the other way around
I purchased this same one a few weeks ago. My laptop run on 2666mhz originally. After installed, my laptop turn on and run (led, fans, etc.) but the screen is completely black. I tried mix and match with the original ram, it's worked half the time. Laptop is purchase beginning of this year. I had to return this ram kit. It would be a good deal.
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I upgrade my razer laptop from 16GB samsung to 32GB high end hyperx ram, i cant tell the diffence whatsoever. Only thing i found out that about 10s faster than 16gb ram when I export my 4k 2min clip.
I think RAM quantity is really only going to speed up your system much if you don't have enough of it for your workload and stuff is moving in and out of swap. But then it's huge because the system having to use swap is generally a severe processing bottleneck.
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Not sure about you, but mine came in an envelope and was crushed, with pieces broken off. I went through the replacement process, so hopefully that works out. But I'm not sure going through the whole process is worth the discount. I wish they just shipped it in a box in the first place.
Same shipping method, but condition was fine. I'll stick with Crucial for a few more bucks if I want cheap ram.
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My understanding is that 1.2V (low voltage) chips should run at the advertised speed. Many chips rely on XMP profiles to boost up to advertised speeds, and in those cases, laptop BIOSes often do not have support for XMP (particularly with AMD.)

But that's my internet forum guy level of education. I could be wrong!
You are absolutely right!
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My understanding is that 1.2V (low voltage) chips should run at the advertised speed. Many chips rely on XMP profiles to boost up to advertised speeds, and in those cases, laptop BIOSes often do not have support for XMP (particularly with AMD.)

But that's my internet forum guy level of education. I could be wrong!
I agree. For AMD laptops, better to buy 1.2V RAM instead of 1.35V XMP RAM, some laptops will have a problem running at 3200 MHz with the latter.
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