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Sumit0071
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Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

Can I upgrade 1600mhz DDR3 ram in my Lenovo G570 instead of 1333mhz .

or I use (4*4) Ram one is 1333mhz and one is 1600mhz ddr3 ram is would sopport my Laptop. Should I use both 1333mhz ddr3 or both 1600mhz DDR3 ram. 

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Re: Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

Hi Sumit0071 , 

 

Welcome to the Community Forums. 

 

Based on the hardware specification RAM supported on the model :

8GB max7/ PC3-10600 1333MHz DDR3, non-parity, dual-channel capable, two 204-pin SO-DIMM sockets

 

Recommended (page 27) DDR3-1066/1333MHz SODIMM socket x 2 (max 4GB per slot).

 

1600mhz may or may not work on a 1066/1333MHz motherboard , and same in using different frequency that usually work but definitely will trottle down to the lower one. Just in case that you have a 1600 ram lying around that you don't need to buy, then it would be worth a try testing.

 

Best performance and compatible upgrade would be two similar 1333Mhz 4 GB DDR3 RAM for your model.

 

Hope this answered your query, 

Update us how it would be best for you.

 

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Re: Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

I tried to install 4Gb DDR 1600mhz ram but it trottle down to my lower one 1333mhz DDR3 ram .. But it's works fine. Should I change and back to install 1333mhz DDR3 ram inted of 1600mhz. 

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Re: Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

Hi Sumit0071 , 

 

Greetings. 

 

As it throttles down to the lower frequency , it would not seem to be that significant during normal performance and even in gaming if you can try to notice during usage. 

 

For as long as the boards chipset accepts it and that you don't have to buy and that you have increase the RAM capacity that may even work up to 16 GB beyond the recommended OEM capacity as some cases.

 

Try to observe it further as it goes but if you have a choice to keep  1333mhz DDR3 ram on both slots then this would definitely run its dual channelling mode to its highest speed .

 

Hope this answered your query. 

 

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Re: Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

I bought 4gb 1600mhz ram after installation works fine and it increases graphics performance but it throttles down to the lower frequency because old Ram is 1333 Mhz Ddr3 .., 

so should I change 1600mhz ram to 1333mhz in both slots Because it give me better performance ... It also increases my graphics just like 1600mhz does or not. 

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Re: Can I upgrade Ram in my Lenovo g570-4334

Hi Sumit0071 , 

 

Greetings. 

 

Since using mixed 1600 and 1333 DDR3 would also clocks down to 1333Mhz , replacing it another with 1333Mhz would allow you better performance since it can now incorporate Dual Channel Architecture allowing more bandwith. Each channel of 64bit doubled and synchonized like allowing more roads to the highway therefore much better performance and assist to your graphics.

 

" if you use DDR3-1333 memories, the maximum theoretical transfer rate is doubled from 10,664 MB/s (10.6 GB/s) to 21,328 MB/s (21.3 GB/s)." 

 

Hope this answered your query. 

 

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