Summary: Maybe I'm imagining things, but my Sandy Bridge i5 powered T520 Thinkpad, powered by a Samsung SSD, perked up quite a bit when I added a pair of these sticks to double my RAM, and turned off the paging file in Windows 7.
Summary: Crucial is the only brand of memory I trust. I've used them extensively in multiple computer repair projects, and they've had yet to fail me. They've delivered again with this great memory kit, perfect for higher end laptops that are struggling with a low memory limit.
Summary: Everything came in perfect condition. The shipping box was approximately 4 times bigger than the product but it was packaged well nonetheless. The actual product works like a beast in my mid 2012 MBP 13".
Summary: Laptop Model: Dell Latitude E6420 Laptop CPU: i5 2440m Bought 10 pairs of these (along with SSD's) to bring some new life to some older but otherwise perfectly fine Dell E6420 laptops. Install is a breeze: 1. Remove screws from bottom plate 2. Pop off plate and RAM is exposed 3.
Summary: couldnt be happier with this purchase. these units work great. they are compatible with my L555 toshiba and thats from 2009 so i am happy to see that the CPU supports these so many years later, as well as the memory being dual voltage. thats awesome.
Summary: Crucial has worked for me in the past. I see from some of the reviews though there may be a quality control issue lately. All I can say is I got my memory, put it in and it's been working fine for the past few weeks.
Summary: It does what is advertised. Currently in use on my iMac 5k and works well. If you need to increase your ram to use in high graphic situation such as video editing, then this is your cheapest option. I maxed out my iMac at 32 gigs of ram for 400 less than what Apple charges.
Summary: One of the two memory cards I received was defective. While the company allowed me to return it and get another at their expense, the whole experience was a total hassle. If you've ever upgraded the memory in a modern thin cased laptop, you know that installing memory tin these things is akin to...