02-06-2019 02:50 PM
I would like to ask, if it's to possible to upgrade non-whitelisted RAMs? I've got my hands on a stock Samsung 4GB module, but i feel it's bottlenecking my system, and suffering a lot with stutters, major fps drops, google chrome crashing and no way to multitask like this.
As my best knowledge, this laptop has 2 SO-DIMM slots and I can upgrade the capacity up to 32GB (checked in lenovo diagnostics). I found these modules, and I would like to ask your opinions about it. (I'm not sure if this forum shows my specs or I do have mention it separately, but I can attach my specs if it's required)
These are the modules that I'm thinking about to get:
I know, that the first one is Single Ranked, and the second one is Dual Ranked. Both modules are CL17, 1.2V, unbuffered non-ECC, 2400MHz, 260pin. My plan is to get 2 "same" (so 2*8GB=16GB) from one of the links above, as I could find no kits for this laptop.
Thank you for your time, feel free to share your thoughts. Sorry for any misinformations shared or typo, I'd gladly ask you to guide or correct me.
02-06-2019 03:01 PM
I see no specs here, so:
Operation System: Windows 10 Home (64bit)
CPU: Intel i5-7300HQ (2.50GHz)
Integrated GPU: Intel HD Graphics 630
Dedicated GPU: nVidia GTX 1050 Ti 4GB
#1 SAMSUNG MZVLW128 (128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVMe M.2 PCIe)
#2 ST1000LM035-1RK172 (Seagate Mobile 2.5" 1TB 5400rpm 128MB SATA3)
02-06-2019 04:15 PM
02-07-2019 04:56 AM
Glad to know that!
What about Single or Dual Ranked DIMMs? I've seen a picture explaining it, but can you feel the difference?