Samsung 8GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM Memory Module for Laptops (260 Pin SODIMM, 1.2V) M471A1K43CB1

September 5, 2019 - Comment

Proven DRAM Module Solution in the Global Market Samsung’s memory modules are designed for a wide range of applications to deliver the best performance with low power requirements. Key Benefits Increase bandwidth by up to 30% Reduce power consumption by up to 40% and extend battery life Faster burst access speeds for improved sequential data

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(as of April 19, 2020 1:06 pm GMT-0400 - Details)

Proven DRAM Module Solution in the Global Market

Samsung’s memory modules are designed for a wide range of applications to deliver the best performance with low power requirements.

Key Benefits Increase bandwidth by up to 30% Reduce power consumption by up to 40% and extend battery life Faster burst access speeds for improved sequential data throughput Optimized for next generation processors and platforms

Product Features

  • Form Factor: 260 PIN SODIMM
  • Total Capacity: 8GB
  • Speed: 2666 MT/S
  • Specs: DDR4-2666, CL=19, 1.2V, Unbuffered, Single-sided
  • 1-year limited manufacturer warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Exact match While 2400Mhz memory is fairly common, 2666Mhz is still in relative infancy and difficult to find and in fact this is the first review here of the 2666Mhz speed, the rest are all for the 2400Mhz product.If you want this specific part number to exactly match an OEM installation I could only find a couple of reputable sources that sell it in the US. I had recently paid a premium for the latest generation Z2G4 workstations for my photographic studio and I wasn’t going to compromise by…

Anonymous says:

Slow Boot After Adding Identical Module The module works in my P2540ua Asus laptop but now boot time is slow, showing a buffering symbol. I ordered this module using the model number off the original one in my laptop. They seem to be exactly the same but something isn’t right. If I take the new ram stick out, system boots fast. New stick back in, boots slowly. I’ve checked system and all 16 gb are detected and in use, BIOS detects all 16 GB as well. Edit: according to Samsung this model is not actually a Samsung memory module…

Anonymous says:

Upgrade to Acer Aspire 5 with 4 GB Ram-Now has 12 If you were wondering if you could mix memory stick sizes, you can. I had 4 GB originally and only two memory slots. I didnt want to add 4 and have to throw the memory away if I later found out that adding another 4 was not enough. I went for an 8 GB stick and installed it where the 4 was (I remember reading somewhere that the larger memory should be in the first slot). Then reinstalled the factor provided 4 GB in the second slot. The computer immediately recognized all 12 GB and works…

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