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6.9 out of 10

Patriot PSD28G800SK

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Overall 10

Reliable RAM

Michael Q., Newegg
18 August 2013
  • Summary: I normally feel more comfortable purchasing RAM from G. Skill or Kingston because I have used more of their memory in the past on other computers than Patriot. DO NOT be afraid of purchasing Patriot memory though for your system(s), because due to its reliability, it has earned my trust, and it will earn yours as well.
  • Pros: This memory was easy to install and has been reliable for over a year.
  • Cons: Price.
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Overall 10

Giood memory

Neil S., Newegg
4 December 2012
  • Summary: Have used Patriot memory in a few builds , good quality memory at a good price . Have not had a bad stick from patriot yet .
  • Pros: Memory was recognized immediately in my HP 8530w , Needed for running Virtual machines , encoding video , or just running 4 or so programs at once . Have yet to run out of memory . A worthwhile upgrade ,memory and an SSD can get a few years more out of the laptop .
  • Cons: Price , DDR2 is so expensive !
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Overall 10

memtest reports fine

MICHAEL W., Newegg
26 November 2012
  • Pros: works just great memtested forever and put into heavily utilized linux box.
  • Cons: w00t.
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Overall 10

Works great

Anonymous, Newegg
12 September 2012
  • Summary: Larger RAM is one of the best upgrades to perform to give a computer some increased performance in speed. And its real easy to do.
  • Pros: Made my laptop quite a bit snappier. Great and easy upgrade.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 10


mary c., Newegg
21 August 2012
Overall 10

Great Performing Memory

Eddy C., Newegg
20 August 2012
  • Summary: Very Pricey Compared to the same but DDR3
  • Pros: Great Performance Boost To What It had.
  • Cons: Price.
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Overall 6

Too Expensive

Mauricio S., Newegg
25 July 2012
  • Pros: its ram. upgraded my laptop from 4gb (2 x 2gb) to 8gb (2 x 4gb). It was plug and play. lifetime guarantee
  • Cons: Didn't notice any difference (performance wise), expensive and failed after one year of normal use. Wouldn't buy their "signature" line again.
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Overall 10

Memory Upgrade

Gary J., Newegg
27 February 2012
  • Summary: I want to thank the other the reviewers, honest customer feedback on Newegg's product offerings is what keeps bringing back to list site again and again. thanks again!
  • Pros: Working fine so far in my Toshiba Laptop PC
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10

Perfect in Dell D830

Stephen P., Newegg
4 January 2012
  • Pros: Works perfect in a Dell D830 with A15 Bios. With 8GB and SSD, my D830 is good or another few years. Already running three VMs with no problem.
  • Cons: Isn't as cheap as DDR3 SO-DIMM's.
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Overall 8

Mild Improvement

Michael O., Newegg
11 December 2011
  • Summary: HP Pavillion DV-7 1170us Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T5800 8GB Ram NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT Windows Vista Upon installation of the new ram I manualy set the min and max virtual Memory to 12288 mb as recommended. The page file is on a seperate HD with a faster RPM. If this was an XP machine even a small 2GB upgade would be a big improvement however the overall speed improvement was not as noticeable with the added 4GB as I had hoped.
  • Pros: Low Price Mild Improvement in Performance Mem Test 100%
  • Cons: Had to reseat ram a few times before it would post, it felt like trying to get a NES Cartridge to work. Lowered Windows Experience Index Score. Dropped from 4.9 to 4.8 (ram) Previously Had Samsung 2GB x 2GB installed, I'll blame windows for this one and not the ram, hehe. Sticks were labled as 8GB and then Sublabled as 4GBx4GB instead of just labled as 4GB sticks, which may lead to some confusion.
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