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HP Pavilion Ram upgrade


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#1 co1615

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Posted 22 October 2015 - 09:07 PM

Hey,

 

I have an HP Pavilion p6-2326s. It has a Foxconn 2ada board with an Intel G645 H61(Cougar Point) processor & chipset. I currently have (1) 4gb stick of Kingston DDR3 PC3-12800 in it. I'm thinking of getting an 8gb (2 sticks of 4) kit to replace it with. I've read somewhere that the speeds are tweaked down on these HP's? I have run a HWiNFO64 scan & have the report. I'll post the memory info below. I'm not sure if these speeds are what the current stick is running at or if these are the limits? Thanks in advance!

 

Row: 1 - 4096 MB PC3-12800 DDR3 SDRAM Kingston HP655410-150-HYCG        

[General Module Information]  

Module Number: 1  

Module Size: 4096 MBytes  

Memory Type: DDR3 SDRAM  

Module Type: Unbuffered DIMM (UDIMM)  

Memory Speed: 800.0 MHz (DDR3-1600 / PC3-12800)  

Module Manufacturer: Kingston  

Module Part Number: HP655410-150-HYCG  

Module Revision: 0  

Module Serial Number: 647832761  

Module Manufacturing Date: Year: 2012, Week: 42  

Module Manufacturing Location: 4  

SDRAM Manufacturer: SK Hynix  

Error Check/Correction: None      

[Module characteristics]  

Row Address Bits: 15  

Column Address Bits: 10  

Number Of Banks: 8  

Module Density: 2048 Mb  

Number Of Ranks: 2  

Device Width: 8 bits  

Bus Width: 64 bits  

Module Nominal Voltage (VDD): 1.5 V      

[Module timing]  

Minimum SDRAM Cycle Time (tCKmin): 1.250 ns  

CAS# Latencies Supported: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11  

Minimum CAS# Latency Time (tAAmin): 13.125 ns  

Minimum RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCDmin): 13.125 ns  

Minimum Row Precharge Time (tRPmin): 13.125 ns  

Minimum Active to Precharge Time (tRASmin): 35.000 ns        

Supported Module Timing at 800.0 MHz: 11-11-11-28  

Supported Module Timing at 733.3 MHz: 10-10-10-26  

Supported Module Timing at 666.7 MHz: 9-9-9-24  

Supported Module Timing at 600.0 MHz: 8-8-8-21  

Supported Module Timing at 533.3 MHz: 7-7-7-19  

Supported Module Timing at 466.7 MHz: 7-7-7-17  

Supported Module Timing at 400.0 MHz: 6-6-6-14        

Minimum Write Recovery Time (tWRmin): 15.000 ns  

Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRDmin): 6.000 ns  

Minimum Active to Active/Refresh Time (tRCmin): 48.125 ns  

Minimum Refresh Recovery Time Delay (tRFCmin): 160.000 ns  

Minimum Internal Write to Read Command Delay (tWTRmin): 7.500 ns  

Minimum Internal Read to Precharge Command Delay (tRTPmin): 7.500 ns  

Minimum Four Activate Window Delay Time (tFAWmin): 30.000 ns      

[Features]  

Partial Array Self Refresh (PASR): Not Supported  

On-die Thermal Sensor (ODTS) Readout: Not Supported  

Auto Self Refresh (ASR): Supported  

Extended Temperature 1X Refresh Rate: Not Supported  

Extended Temperature Range: Supported  

Module Temperature Sensor: Not Supported  

Pseudo Target Row Refresh (pTRR): Not Supported  

Module Nominal Height: 29 - 30 mm  

Module Maximum Thickness (Front): 1 - 2 mm  

Module Maximum Thickness (Back): 1 - 2 mm


Edited by co1615, 22 October 2015 - 09:10 PM.


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#2 Captain_Chicken

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 07:19 AM

You should be able to put that ram in.

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#3 co1615

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 10:12 AM

That is the ram that is in currently. I want to know if I put in more, what speed will it run at. This should be running at close to 1600mhz if I'm not mistaken? No sense paying more for speed I can't access.



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Posted 27 October 2015 - 06:35 PM

It will be running at 1600 mhz if you buy 1600mhz ram. You should be good.

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