• Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V
  • Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V
  • Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V

Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory 1.5V

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  • 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 SODIMM kit for 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 notebooks
  • Speed: 1600MHz , Timing: 9-9-9-24, Pin Out: 204 Pin , Voltage: 1.5V , Density: 8GB (2x4GB Module)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Memory Configuration SODIMM,Memory Series :Vengeance ,Memory Type:DDR3 ,Package Memory Format:SODIMM
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  • Memory Type: DDR3; Speed: 1600MHz

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Awesome upgrade This is one of those upgrades that you really won't notice in terms of daily performance. These days a lot of programs are using more ram, chrome being one of them, and it is almost essential to have at least 8gb's of it. My mid 2012 Macbook pro came with 4gb of 1600 mhz ram, and this was a nice replacement for it. More than 8gb's of ram is not needed unless you are doing some heavy editing or some gaming. I mostly use this laptop for browsing and general word processing. For that purpose it is more than enough and will last the time of this laptop.It fit into the Mac extremely easily, although taking out the second ram module is a bit tough to pull out. Other than that, the installation went well and the computer booted right up. It automatically clocked it to 1600 as shown by the computer. Overall great product and i would suggest to buy it from the amazon warehouse, you save about 20 bucks. The product i bought said like new and it truly looked like it hadn't been used. The box however came ripped and beaten, but the ram was in new condition.I bought this and a ssd for my laptop and the thing flies now. I would suggest getting an ssd over this if your tight for cash, but both if you can eventually. You will notice the huge difference in speed with an ssd. You can go wrong with some extra ram and the corsair quality. 5Great Upgrade for my MacBook Pro i7 - 2011 Works as promised in my MacBook Pro 15" early-2011 model. Easy to install and definitely a much more noticeable change than the 1066 or 1300 Mhz RAM that I had tried beforehand. You definitely notice the latency compared to the other RAM's out there like the Crucial or Samsung. Make sure to do your research! This one does cost a bit more than the other ones but worth the price upgrade. I was considering a 16GB (2 x 8GB) Kit upgrade as opposed to this but since I don't do any powerhouse computing I opted to save myself the extra $150 that it would cost to get the 16GB over the 8GB kit and put that towards an SSD which also has proven an incredible speedy upgrade for my MacBook Pro.Worth every penny! 5Good ram for a pretty decent price! Needed to make the jump from 4 gigs to 8 gigs on my laptop. While I am not 100% sure I can even remotely tell the difference between the 9-9-9-24 timing and my older CL 11 timing having the extra 4 gigs has been nice when working on projects. The memory worked for my in my supped up Lenovo L520 with 2nd gen i7 and Samsung SSD. Like I said before having a quad core i7 and then the Samsung 850 pro drive in the laptop helped speed the thing up but I started to run out of memory when I was doing multiple spread sheets and surfing the web. Sucks that the HM65 chipset cant see more than 8 gigs of ram otherwise I would have looked to stick 16 gigs in this thing. Happy customer but again if your buying this ram you know what to expect from this brand. 5Nice and fast! I usually wait a year or two to upgrade the memory on my macbook pros. Partly, I'm hoping that prices for memory drop. And secondly, I like getting a little extra kick, which makes an old laptop feel new again. I am very pleased with how fast my 13-inch, Mid 2012 macbook pro is running with this memory upgrade to 8 GBs. The 4 GB that came with the computer were no where near enough power. I was constantly getting the beach ball to do the simplest of tasks. I kept everything close, and still the each ball appeared. Apple had no other suggestions, even after doing exptensive diagnosis and reboot the hard drive. So I am so pleased with the speed of these chips, which was recommended in another Amazon review. Thanks to those other reviewers. 5Laptop: From "Middle-of-the-Road", to "Speed-Demon" I've built more desktops in my life, for myself, as well as for my customers, than I can remember, most geared towards gaming, but when it comes to laptops, I've always purchased relatively low-end ones. My current laptop was, essentially, "upper low-end" when I purchased it, considering it has a 2nd Gen Core i3-2310M, that was a brand-new CPU when I bought the laptop. This laptop had plenty of mid-to-high-end features, including USB 3.0, HDMI port, webcam, dlna certification, etc, but one area it always lacked in was RAM speed.To give a general idea of what I mean, the Windows Experience Index score, based on the factory-installed DDR3-1333MHz (generic) Nanya-branded RAM was a lousy 5.7. After installing the Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600MHz RAM, that score jumped all the way up to 7.3, and yes, I'm sure some will wish to point out that, even though the RAM, itself, is 1600MHz RAM, it's still only running at 1333MHz. I realize this (after all, I've been custom-building computers for almost 18 years, and have worked with computers since the late-80s), but I also realize that, due to the RAM operating at a slower speed, the times latency times are, in turn decreased.I haven't run any benchmarks (yes, but I will within the next few days, just to make a personal comparison), but I can guarantee that the PC Mark scores will be higher. For anyone else considering upgrading their laptop's RAM with more memory...or even if you just want faster memory...I HIGHLY recommend Corsair's Vengeance laptop memory. I've used Corsair memory for most systems I've built, especially their Dominator (regular & GT), and one thing I can say is, Corsair has NEVER let me, or any of my customers, down. No other company, including PNY & Kingston, can say that. 5A night and day difference. Worked great on a mid-2012 MacBook Pro. My computer had started getting sluggish and studdering due to running basic programs like Word. It turns out it is pretty easy to max out the 4GB that comes with it. I took about 10 minutes to install after watching a video on how to do it. It is very simple. The difference is immediate and continuous! I also ordered an SSD to replace, and I'm sure that will make a big difference, but honestly if I knew that it would make it seem brand new again, I probably would have saved the extra money and only did this. As I write this, my memory monitor says 3.80GB used...before this update, that means I'm close to being maxed out just by being on Amazon using Safari with Word and some other programs installed. Now, this isn't an issue, and high volume pages (like Amazon) and programs pop up instantaneously. I love it! 5Its faster. Okay I just got the memory. I was a bit dubious about the value of more memory but --- hey its all faster now. Which is the best I could hope for... Having the right screwdriver made the installation a five minute job, plus go to Other World Computing and see their video on how it's done for the particular Mac you have. I'' come back f there are problems but pretty much it works or it doesn't and it did. 5Excellent Performance, Price and Packaging. Prior to buying this, I was torn between Crucial, Samsung and Kingston memory modules of more or less the same frequency and memory capacity. They had more reviews and ratings than this Corsair Vengeance kit, but I decided to go with it because I have always purchased Corsair flash memory and it served me great at blazing speeds. I do a lot of Graphic Design work as a student and needed the extra memory, and being tech savvy I couldn't help but do a lot of research before buying this. That said, I'm impressed by Corsair yet again!The timings of this memory are 9-9-9-24 (Lower means Better!), which is extremely fast for a module running at 1600Mhz. My processor is the Core i5-2520M (Sandy Bridge) and can only accept memory frequency ranges of up to 1333Mhz :( but I bought it knowing this would happen anyway. Why? Because of the benefits from downclocking this to 1333MHz!-[Unlike the newer series up from the i7 2720QM which accepts 1600MHz. So if you have the 2720QM, 2760QM or better you can run this at its rated frequency]-It downclocks to 1333Mhz and runs at LOWER timings of 8-8-8-20 at this frequency. It is priced the same as 1333MHz Crucial and Samsung and has timings that are way better, and this makes a noticeable difference when you're running a lot of resource-hogging applications like Photoshop and Illustrator, and even while gaming.I already had a 4GB module on my HP Elitebook 8460p, but I swapped it out for this kit and am running this in dual channel mode while I figure out how on earth I survived with just 4GB of memory that was so much slower! Also, I tested out 1 Vengeance module versus my older pre-installed Samsung memory and it's still noticeably faster!Pros:-- Easy to attach, if you know what you're doing. Took me five minutes and only because I had trouble finding my screwdriver lol- Remains cool and no heating issues (yet).- Excellent timings even at 1600MHz. If you're running it at below 1333MHz, expect timings even better than the 8-8-8-20 I'm getting. [As Joe MacBu pointed out, it runs at 6-6-6-16 at 1066MHz. That's blazin'!]- An option to consider if you have a gaming notebook and want more memory without having to buy higher frequency (and more expensive) performance memory. Consider this for more performance @ 8GB - Corsair Vengeance 8 GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1866MHz PC3 204 Pin 15000 SODIMM Laptop Memory CMSX8GX3M2A1866C10 for it's 1866MHz frequency and fab timings (but only if you have the latest i7s - 2720QM and up). You could also try looking for a good 16GB kit with at least a frequency of 1600MHz. (I tried looking on Amazon but didn't find anything I liked). But this is entirely up to you.- Comes in a small, easy to open, easy to dispose package. When I saw the box I couldn't believe how small it was! It's the size of my palm.Cons:-- Runs at 1.5V, which is fine since almost every other memory module you will find runs at 1.5V, but I would have loved it if this ran at 1.35V like certain power-efficient memory kits in the market.- Should have come with the custom heatsink design like the other Vengeance models... or maybe that's asking for too much! Sorry haha- The biggest problem is that I am hard-pressed to find something wrong with this kit for you. But I'll keep an eye out and update in the next few months...In short, this is probably the best upgrade you can give your laptop for a noticeable boost in performance for less than $50. I'd be hard-pressed to say 'no'.... Highly recommended! You won't be sorry :)**PS - Note that this is a 204-pin module so ensure that your notebook can use it!** 5disappointed... mostly in myself for not doing my homework First off, I have mad respect for Corsair as a brand. This particular purchase I'm less than happy with, some of which is my fault, the rest is a compatibility issue with the particular PC these were purchased for, an HP ProOne 600 G1...I meant to order 2x 8GB sticks, but mistakenly ordered 4x 4GB. The PC only has 2 sots, so that's my bad :(Regardless, these sticks seem to be incompatible(ish) with the HP ProOne 600 G1 (and yes, I have the latest BIOS update). I can use a single stick just fine, but when I add the second one, I get BIOS memory error beeps and no boot. I've verified that the PC does work with 1.5V sticks, but for whatever reason, it doesn't like two of these. I've interchanged them to make sure neither stick is bad, and they both work on their own, but not together. I'm gonna go ahead and give Corsair the benefit of the doubt in this case... but still deduct one star because per their own description, these supposedly work with "Any PC or notebook which accepts standard DDR3 SODIMMs". 4Works Wonderfully with AMD Toshiba Laptop I've been using a Toshbia Satellite laptop for 3 years now and at the time I got it it was the fastest computer I've ever owned however as I started using more programs, especially Chrome, I noticed the 4GB or RAM just wasn't enough and it would result in the otherwise fast quad-core AMD laptop slowing to a crawl. I originally wanted to buy this RAM back in 2012 when it was on sale for under $50 but I never did and after the prices went up much higher I put it off until recently when the price of this RAM is very affordable again so now is the time to buy it. As I mentioned my laptop is an AMD machine and this RAM does with AMD (in my case an A6 APU.) This RAM is just marketed as being optimized for certain Intel processors. As long as your laptop uses 204 pin RAM these should be compatible. The 1600MHz is backwards compatible with lower frequencies which most likely is what your computer's motherboard uses but you still get a speed advantage as it lowers the timing of this RAM at lower frequencies (I don't know much about that but it's a good thing.) You can look up your computer's specs if you don't know, research your specific model laptop online or even some of your already installed programs, like Steam, give you a detailed overview of your computer's components. You can also visit Corsair's website and see if this RAM is compatible with your system. The RAM installation is very simple and requires no software or configuration, just make sure the RAM is seated in fully as I never installed RAM before and my laptop wouldn't turn on until I uninstalled and reinstalled the RAM with a little more force. Now Google Chrome with extensions, multiple tabs, background programs and multitasking in no way slow down my computer by hogging up all the RAM. This has added new life in a computer that otherwise I would have considered getting rid of after becoming outdated and slower over the last few years. You can also furthermore speed up an older laptop by upgrading to an SSD however it might not be worth the time and money considering it may be a better idea just to use that money to build or buy an all around newer and better computer. It's hard to know for sure but I would say the all around speeds of my laptop have increased slightly but what's mainly noticeable is that the computer now runs at a consistent speed without locking up regardless of how much you're doing, assuming it's not super CPU intensive. I've heard good things about Corsair and I'm very impressed with this product and will look to Corsair in the future for any computer needs. 5
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Awesome upgrade This is one of those upgrades that you really won't notice in terms of daily performance. These days a lot of programs are using more ram, chrome being one of them, and it is almost essential to have at least 8gb's of it. My mid 2012 Macbook pro came with 4gb of 1600 mhz ram, and this was a nice replacement for it. More than 8gb's of ram is not needed unless you are doing some heavy editing or some gaming. I mostly use this laptop for browsing and general word processing. For that purpose it is more than enough and will last the time of this laptop.It fit into the Mac extremely easily, although taking out the second ram module is a bit tough to pull out. Other than that, the installation went well and the computer booted right up. It automatically clocked it to 1600 as shown by the computer. Overall great product and i would suggest to buy it from the amazon warehouse, you save about 20 bucks. The product i bought said like new and it truly looked like it hadn't been used. The box however came ripped and beaten, but the ram was in new condition.I bought this and a ssd for my laptop and the thing flies now. I would suggest getting an ssd over this if your tight for cash, but both if you can eventually. You will notice the huge difference in speed with an ssd. You can go wrong with some extra ram and the corsair quality. 5Great Upgrade for my MacBook Pro i7 - 2011 Works as promised in my MacBook Pro 15" early-2011 model. Easy to install and definitely a much more noticeable change than the 1066 or 1300 Mhz RAM that I had tried beforehand. You definitely notice the latency compared to the other RAM's out there like the Crucial or Samsung. Make sure to do your research! This one does cost a bit more than the other ones but worth the price upgrade. I was considering a 16GB (2 x 8GB) Kit upgrade as opposed to this but since I don't do any powerhouse computing I opted to save myself the extra $150 that it would cost to get the 16GB over the 8GB kit and put that towards an SSD which also has proven an incredible speedy upgrade for my MacBook Pro.Worth every penny! 5Good ram for a pretty decent price! Needed to make the jump from 4 gigs to 8 gigs on my laptop. While I am not 100% sure I can even remotely tell the difference between the 9-9-9-24 timing and my older CL 11 timing having the extra 4 gigs has been nice when working on projects. The memory worked for my in my supped up Lenovo L520 with 2nd gen i7 and Samsung SSD. Like I said before having a quad core i7 and then the Samsung 850 pro drive in the laptop helped speed the thing up but I started to run out of memory when I was doing multiple spread sheets and surfing the web. Sucks that the HM65 chipset cant see more than 8 gigs of ram otherwise I would have looked to stick 16 gigs in this thing. Happy customer but again if your buying this ram you know what to expect from this brand. 5Nice and fast! I usually wait a year or two to upgrade the memory on my macbook pros. Partly, I'm hoping that prices for memory drop. And secondly, I like getting a little extra kick, which makes an old laptop feel new again. I am very pleased with how fast my 13-inch, Mid 2012 macbook pro is running with this memory upgrade to 8 GBs. The 4 GB that came with the computer were no where near enough power. I was constantly getting the beach ball to do the simplest of tasks. I kept everything close, and still the each ball appeared. Apple had no other suggestions, even after doing exptensive diagnosis and reboot the hard drive. So I am so pleased with the speed of these chips, which was recommended in another Amazon review. Thanks to those other reviewers. 5Laptop: From "Middle-of-the-Road", to "Speed-Demon" I've built more desktops in my life, for myself, as well as for my customers, than I can remember, most geared towards gaming, but when it comes to laptops, I've always purchased relatively low-end ones. My current laptop was, essentially, "upper low-end" when I purchased it, considering it has a 2nd Gen Core i3-2310M, that was a brand-new CPU when I bought the laptop. This laptop had plenty of mid-to-high-end features, including USB 3.0, HDMI port, webcam, dlna certification, etc, but one area it always lacked in was RAM speed.To give a general idea of what I mean, the Windows Experience Index score, based on the factory-installed DDR3-1333MHz (generic) Nanya-branded RAM was a lousy 5.7. After installing the Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600MHz RAM, that score jumped all the way up to 7.3, and yes, I'm sure some will wish to point out that, even though the RAM, itself, is 1600MHz RAM, it's still only running at 1333MHz. I realize this (after all, I've been custom-building computers for almost 18 years, and have worked with computers since the late-80s), but I also realize that, due to the RAM operating at a slower speed, the times latency times are, in turn decreased.I haven't run any benchmarks (yes, but I will within the next few days, just to make a personal comparison), but I can guarantee that the PC Mark scores will be higher. For anyone else considering upgrading their laptop's RAM with more memory...or even if you just want faster memory...I HIGHLY recommend Corsair's Vengeance laptop memory. I've used Corsair memory for most systems I've built, especially their Dominator (regular & GT), and one thing I can say is, Corsair has NEVER let me, or any of my customers, down. No other company, including PNY & Kingston, can say that. 5A night and day difference. Worked great on a mid-2012 MacBook Pro. My computer had started getting sluggish and studdering due to running basic programs like Word. It turns out it is pretty easy to max out the 4GB that comes with it. I took about 10 minutes to install after watching a video on how to do it. It is very simple. The difference is immediate and continuous! I also ordered an SSD to replace, and I'm sure that will make a big difference, but honestly if I knew that it would make it seem brand new again, I probably would have saved the extra money and only did this. As I write this, my memory monitor says 3.80GB used...before this update, that means I'm close to being maxed out just by being on Amazon using Safari with Word and some other programs installed. Now, this isn't an issue, and high volume pages (like Amazon) and programs pop up instantaneously. I love it! 5Its faster. Okay I just got the memory. I was a bit dubious about the value of more memory but --- hey its all faster now. Which is the best I could hope for... Having the right screwdriver made the installation a five minute job, plus go to Other World Computing and see their video on how it's done for the particular Mac you have. I'' come back f there are problems but pretty much it works or it doesn't and it did. 5Excellent Performance, Price and Packaging. Prior to buying this, I was torn between Crucial, Samsung and Kingston memory modules of more or less the same frequency and memory capacity. They had more reviews and ratings than this Corsair Vengeance kit, but I decided to go with it because I have always purchased Corsair flash memory and it served me great at blazing speeds. I do a lot of Graphic Design work as a student and needed the extra memory, and being tech savvy I couldn't help but do a lot of research before buying this. That said, I'm impressed by Corsair yet again!The timings of this memory are 9-9-9-24 (Lower means Better!), which is extremely fast for a module running at 1600Mhz. My processor is the Core i5-2520M (Sandy Bridge) and can only accept memory frequency ranges of up to 1333Mhz :( but I bought it knowing this would happen anyway. Why? Because of the benefits from downclocking this to 1333MHz!-[Unlike the newer series up from the i7 2720QM which accepts 1600MHz. So if you have the 2720QM, 2760QM or better you can run this at its rated frequency]-It downclocks to 1333Mhz and runs at LOWER timings of 8-8-8-20 at this frequency. It is priced the same as 1333MHz Crucial and Samsung and has timings that are way better, and this makes a noticeable difference when you're running a lot of resource-hogging applications like Photoshop and Illustrator, and even while gaming.I already had a 4GB module on my HP Elitebook 8460p, but I swapped it out for this kit and am running this in dual channel mode while I figure out how on earth I survived with just 4GB of memory that was so much slower! Also, I tested out 1 Vengeance module versus my older pre-installed Samsung memory and it's still noticeably faster!Pros:-- Easy to attach, if you know what you're doing. Took me five minutes and only because I had trouble finding my screwdriver lol- Remains cool and no heating issues (yet).- Excellent timings even at 1600MHz. If you're running it at below 1333MHz, expect timings even better than the 8-8-8-20 I'm getting. [As Joe MacBu pointed out, it runs at 6-6-6-16 at 1066MHz. That's blazin'!]- An option to consider if you have a gaming notebook and want more memory without having to buy higher frequency (and more expensive) performance memory. Consider this for more performance @ 8GB - Corsair Vengeance 8 GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1866MHz PC3 204 Pin 15000 SODIMM Laptop Memory CMSX8GX3M2A1866C10 for it's 1866MHz frequency and fab timings (but only if you have the latest i7s - 2720QM and up). You could also try looking for a good 16GB kit with at least a frequency of 1600MHz. (I tried looking on Amazon but didn't find anything I liked). But this is entirely up to you.- Comes in a small, easy to open, easy to dispose package. When I saw the box I couldn't believe how small it was! It's the size of my palm.Cons:-- Runs at 1.5V, which is fine since almost every other memory module you will find runs at 1.5V, but I would have loved it if this ran at 1.35V like certain power-efficient memory kits in the market.- Should have come with the custom heatsink design like the other Vengeance models... or maybe that's asking for too much! Sorry haha- The biggest problem is that I am hard-pressed to find something wrong with this kit for you. But I'll keep an eye out and update in the next few months...In short, this is probably the best upgrade you can give your laptop for a noticeable boost in performance for less than $50. I'd be hard-pressed to say 'no'.... Highly recommended! You won't be sorry :)**PS - Note that this is a 204-pin module so ensure that your notebook can use it!** 5disappointed... mostly in myself for not doing my homework First off, I have mad respect for Corsair as a brand. This particular purchase I'm less than happy with, some of which is my fault, the rest is a compatibility issue with the particular PC these were purchased for, an HP ProOne 600 G1...I meant to order 2x 8GB sticks, but mistakenly ordered 4x 4GB. The PC only has 2 sots, so that's my bad :(Regardless, these sticks seem to be incompatible(ish) with the HP ProOne 600 G1 (and yes, I have the latest BIOS update). I can use a single stick just fine, but when I add the second one, I get BIOS memory error beeps and no boot. I've verified that the PC does work with 1.5V sticks, but for whatever reason, it doesn't like two of these. I've interchanged them to make sure neither stick is bad, and they both work on their own, but not together. I'm gonna go ahead and give Corsair the benefit of the doubt in this case... but still deduct one star because per their own description, these supposedly work with "Any PC or notebook which accepts standard DDR3 SODIMMs". 4Works Wonderfully with AMD Toshiba Laptop I've been using a Toshbia Satellite laptop for 3 years now and at the time I got it it was the fastest computer I've ever owned however as I started using more programs, especially Chrome, I noticed the 4GB or RAM just wasn't enough and it would result in the otherwise fast quad-core AMD laptop slowing to a crawl. I originally wanted to buy this RAM back in 2012 when it was on sale for under $50 but I never did and after the prices went up much higher I put it off until recently when the price of this RAM is very affordable again so now is the time to buy it. As I mentioned my laptop is an AMD machine and this RAM does with AMD (in my case an A6 APU.) This RAM is just marketed as being optimized for certain Intel processors. As long as your laptop uses 204 pin RAM these should be compatible. The 1600MHz is backwards compatible with lower frequencies which most likely is what your computer's motherboard uses but you still get a speed advantage as it lowers the timing of this RAM at lower frequencies (I don't know much about that but it's a good thing.) You can look up your computer's specs if you don't know, research your specific model laptop online or even some of your already installed programs, like Steam, give you a detailed overview of your computer's components. You can also visit Corsair's website and see if this RAM is compatible with your system. The RAM installation is very simple and requires no software or configuration, just make sure the RAM is seated in fully as I never installed RAM before and my laptop wouldn't turn on until I uninstalled and reinstalled the RAM with a little more force. Now Google Chrome with extensions, multiple tabs, background programs and multitasking in no way slow down my computer by hogging up all the RAM. This has added new life in a computer that otherwise I would have considered getting rid of after becoming outdated and slower over the last few years. You can also furthermore speed up an older laptop by upgrading to an SSD however it might not be worth the time and money considering it may be a better idea just to use that money to build or buy an all around newer and better computer. It's hard to know for sure but I would say the all around speeds of my laptop have increased slightly but what's mainly noticeable is that the computer now runs at a consistent speed without locking up regardless of how much you're doing, assuming it's not super CPU intensive. I've heard good things about Corsair and I'm very impressed with this product and will look to Corsair in the future for any computer needs. 5
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