Reviews and Problems with Corsair CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9
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As it turns out one of the two sticks of ram is now no good. I'm still awaiting a response from Corsair on ...
Dominick Totaro "Dom", Amazon
22 November 2014
Summary: I've had this ram in my HP G62-407dx since I bought it and it worked perfectly until about a week ago when suddenly my laptop wouldn't turn on. As it turns out one of the two sticks of ram is now no good. I'm still awaiting a response from Corsair on the matter as there is a lifetime warranty. Other than this slight issue the ram worked flawlessly for over 3 years.
Summary: I had some problems finding the right kind of RAM for the model of laptop I have before I found this. It works perfectly, not a hitch with installation and my laptop has been running faster and better.
Summary: I got this 8GB DDR 1066 (PC3 8500) RAM to replace the minimal 1GB of total RAM included in my gf's white unibody macbook. Have to use a #00 Philips screwdriver to get the 8 screws out of the bottom of the macbook to access the innards. Followed the instructions on apple's support page here to replace the 2 sticks of memory: [...
Summary: I wanted to upgrade my HP laptop from 4gb of RAM to 8gb. I found out the kind of RAM I needed about a year ago but the prices were too high for me to upgrade. I recently checked and prices were much lower, so I began my search. I've purchased Corsair memory in the past and have never had a problem. I checked different sites and Amazon had the best price on what I was looking for. The memory arrived in mint condition.
Summary: I was more than a bit apprehensive purchasing these from all the negative reviews. However, for $75 and guaranteed by Amazon I simply couldn't pass it up. I ran Rember (OSX GUI for Memtest) and the Apple Hardware Test on both the stock & Corsair memory. Both passed with flying colors. I also ran xBench on the stock 4gb memory and again with the Corsair 8gb. The stock 4gb scored slightly higher than the Corsair memory did, but not by much.