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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-07, 12:37 PM

 

I Have 64GB installed on Lenovo Legion 5 AMD, Model ARH05R7 

Installed with two 32Gigs 3200Mhz on each slot and work like a charm

 

 

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-11, 15:03 PM

I want also to upgrade to 64 (32x2). Would you please let us know the model number and manufacturer of the RAM stick that you have installed.

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-18, 8:31 AM

Friends, hi to all! 

Please can you assist me in upgrading RAM for my Legion 5 (Ryzen 4600 + 1650 4 gb): I know that the second slot is available for DDR4 3200 hrz and max limit is 32 gigs as per previous posts I saw here (even 63 gigs as well). But what exact latency do I need on 2nd slot? I mean, if ANY DDR4 3200 hrz RAM will be OK for this model or I should match latency to be exact same as already installed into the laptop from factory? I know I can by new set of 2 pieces and replace the original installed RAM as well, but why waste money if you can save it buying only 1 additional slot? At the same time I want maximum optimized for the laptop to get most of it. Please advise what is the best option?

 

BTW, sorry for offtop, but have little question reg battery - is treshold okay for it? I had 97% and it did not charge above it (however previously charged upto 100% first charging from the unboxing). Also I cannot find treshold setting in Lenovo Vantage or anywhere on laptop (Windows battery / energy settings as well). Only "battery saving mode", but it sets treshold to 60% maximum, not 97%..

 

Thank you in advance for you help!

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-28, 12:57 PM
thanks, it's very useful for me
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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-28, 13:19 PM

Also I cannot find treshold setting in Lenovo Vantage or anywhere on laptop (Windows battery / energy settings as well). Only "battery saving mode", but it sets treshold to 60% maximum, not 97%.

Setting battery thresholds varies from Lenovo model to model. Some let you set explicit thresholds. Other models have only a Conservation Mode or a Battery Saving Mode that has fixed thresholds. And other models have no such feature at all. If you want to increase the working life of your battery, then even if you could set a threshold of 97% it would not accomplish anything. You need to set thresholds in the range of 40% to 80%.


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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-11-29, 1:01 AM

I found this file that pertains to the Lenovo 5. I hope it proves helpful. It indicates the Legion 5, as others have said, supports 32 GB of RAM. 

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My Legion 5-15ARH05H CPU running Hot

2020-12-24, 9:16 AM

My Legion 5-15ARH05H (Ryzen 7 4800H RTX2060) CPU running Hot while rendering reach 100 degree C. What should I do to Solve this problem?

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-12-29, 19:51 PM

Hi

 

I own a Legion 5 15ARH05H "AMD Ryzen 7 4800H with Radeon Graphics 2.90 GHz" model laptop. There is currently 2x8gb of total 16gb of RAM.

 

I want also to upgrade to 64 (32x2). Would you please let us know the model number and manufacturer of the RAM stick that you have installed. 

 

KVR32S22D8/32 32GB 2Rx8 4G x 64-Bit PC4-3200 CL22 260-Pin SODIMM

 

I want to buy 2 x 32GB Kingston which I have given the features above. Will a total of 64gb of RAM work in this case?

 

It is sold as 64gb on this web page I link to

https://www.evetech.co.za/lenovo-legion-5-15arh05h-ryzen-7-gtx-1660-ti-laptop-with-64gb-ram/laptops-for-sale/21329.aspx

 

Thank you...

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2020-12-31, 19:16 PM

KVR32S22D8/32 32GB 2Rx8 4G x 64-Bit PC4-3200 CL22 260-Pin SODIMM x 2 pieces = total 64GB

The order of the rams has been given.

I will inform you after trying it.

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Re:Legion 5 15ARH05 maximum RAM

2021-01-02, 21:16 PM

Information on the subject is available on the website below:

 

https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Gaming-Laptops/I-have-64GB-installed-on-Lenovo-Legion-5-15ARH05H/m-p/5058298

 

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