• Crucial 4GB Single DDR3 1333 MT/s (PC3-10600) CL9 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Notebook Memory Module CT51264BF1339
Crucial 4GB Single DDR3 1333 MT/s (PC3-10600) CL9 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Notebook Memory Module CT51264BF1339

Crucial 4GB Single DDR3 1333 MT/s (PC3-10600) CL9 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Notebook Memory Module CT51264BF1339

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Sped Up the Acer Aspire AOD270-1375 A few months ago, I bought the Acer Aspire AD270. Though it's a decent netbook, there were times when it was prone to lag, especially when it was downloading systems updates and virus definitions. On days like that, I was always this close to wrecking it, so I knew that something had to be done before putting my sledgehammer to good use.So I buckled down and bought this 2GB upgrade, and couldn't be happier right now. Don't get me wrong-- my netbook isn't a speed demon, by any means. But I have noticed less lag and my browsing experience having sped up considerable. Plus, my feverish lust for sledgehammering has definitely waned over the past week or so, so that's a good sign.The only thing I would add-- and this goes for users of the AOD270-1375-- is to be very careful installing this RAM. This is because the geniuses at Acer decided to piece together this netbook with all the intricacies of a bomb. Taking this thing apart was like playing a game of Operation and trying not to hit the funny bone. I found it so difficult that I had to leave the keyboard ribbon attached (couldn't figure out how to dislodge it without ruining it) and I wound up breaking off two tiny pieces of plastic). Keep in mind that I build computers with no problem, so that should tell you how intricate this procedure is. My suggestion is to either watch YouTube very carefully (until your eyes fall out) or get a tech to upgrade the RAM for you. 5Successful Upgrade When it came to upgrading my early 2011 13" MacBook Pro (2.3Ghz Intel Core i5), I was trying to decide whether to upgrade to 8GB or 16GB of RAM. Apple officially says my model MacBook Pro supports up to 8GB. However, it is confirmed by many, including Corsair and Crucial, that it will accept 16GB. After much research, I chose to purchase Crucial memory over other brands because of the hundreds of positive reviews here.I upgraded my MacBook Pro from 4GB to 16GB with the Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) without any problems. Installation was easy. Make sure you use a #00 Phillips screwdriver to open the rear panel of the laptop and keep track of the screws in your work area so you don't lose them. After removing the factory installed modules, the Crucial modules snapped in easily and securely. After replacing the rear panel and turning on the computer, it instantly recognized 16GB of RAM. Just to make sure everything was running fine, I took my MacBook Pro to Apple's Genius Bar and had them run a diagnostics check on it. They connected my MacBook Pro to their network via ethernet and tested it. No problems. Everything is working properly and faster with multiple programs open, including Final Cut Pro X, which opens and runs much faster with quicker render times on OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks. I'm very pleased with my purchase. 5One of the two chips was defective in first shipment. Replacement order works great! I intended to use this to upgrade my Mac Mini mid-2011 from 4GB to 16GB RAM. I installed both chips and the Mac wouldn't boot. Instead, I could hear 3 beeps indicating faulty or unseated RAM. I next installed & tested each chip independently as suggested on various troubleshooting forums. Lo and behold, one of the chips works perfectly and the other doesn't work at all no matter how many times I reseat it or which slot I put it in. Amazon makes it fairly easy to order a replacement, and I've got a replacement kit arriving in two days. I hope BOTH chips work in the replacement kit!UPDATE: My replacement kit arrived. Both chips work in this kit. I am raising the rating to four stars (from one) because I am now happy. The performance is great. I can run an almost unlimited number of apps simultaneously without bogging down the system. I also installed a Samsung EVO 250Gig SSD using the dual hard drive kit from iFixit. The improvement from the SSD is VERY dramatic. For anyone with a Mac Mini mid-2011, I recommend upgrading it using this 16GB RAM kit as well as adding an SSD. The difference in performance is night and day. 4Update - Memory Failed after 4 months of Low Usage UPDATE after 4 months of Low Usage:After 4 months of low usage (use laptop 2-3 hours/time 3-4 times/week), the laptop just quit working. The computer would not even post the BIOS. The screen remained black and the caps lock key + scroll lock key would flash 3 times for 5 sequences, and the laptop fan would turn on at high speed. I contacted HP Tech Support who stated that this was a code for memory failure. I switched out the Crucial memory module for the original that came with the computer and the computer posted the BIOS and booted up as normal. Clearly, the Crucial memory modules failed. As a secondary check, I installed each of the memory modules in another HP Elitebook 8440p laptop and the exact same failure occurred, indicating that both memory modules had failed.I have never had memory modules fail like this. I have used Samsung, Kingston, Corsair, and Computerbay memory modules in other computers and never experienced a failure like this in more than 30 years.Because of the failure, I must change my recommendation from a definite yes recommend to a "Be Wary" or Do Not Recommend this memory status. I have never had memory modules fail like this before. 2Tips for Early 2011 MacBook Pro If you have a 2011 Early Macbok Pro then read on:First, the max ram memory Mac recommends is 8GB (4GBx2) of ram on this laptop. Check your system profiler and you will see that clearly stated.If you install these you are going past what's recommended, so at that point the liability is on your own free will. If you are doing upgrades to your Mac that is beyond the scope of what's recommended. I'm not saying it won't work, just it's not the 'formal recommendation' from Mac. Maybe they know something we don't? After all they are the designers and manufacturers of the MacBook Pro.With that said, here are a couple of things to be aware:- There are two separate instructions how to replace ram. The Mac version profiler link does not say you have to unplug the battery. On Crucial's website their instructions say you do.- AFTER YOU OPEN THE BACK CASEING,YOU HAVE TO TOUCH METAL TO DISCHARGE ELECTRIC STATIC ENERGY. They are not making this up. If you changed the RAM and you did not do this then maybe that is a reason things are buggy. This is a laptop and it conducts electrical currents and your body carries static energy that has to be discharged.- DO NOT TOUCH THE GOLD plate area. Just don't. I have no idea what happens because I never touched it but if someone wrote in their instructions for installing 'do not touch the gold plated area' then not sure why you would. And if you did, maybe that could be a reason the unit is buggy.- Ensure you replace both of same size. I read one user replaced a 4GB and left a 2 GB in the unit and that is NOT recommended. No one recommends this. Always replace 2GBx2 or 4GBx2 or 8GBx2 in pairs. It's just not a good practice to make up any other configurations.- Use the right tools. I cannot overstate that. If you don't have a micro tool set then don't make use of something else. Just spend 12 bucks and buy it as an investment. If you are going to work on your own laptop you need the right tools. 5Perfect I went by the ratings already found under this product, and everything worked out great -- my computer is much snappier, and the RAM is still going strong.Specs, copied directly from "About this Mac":21.5-inch iMac, Mid 2011Processor - 2.5 Ghz Intel Core i5Memory - 20 GB 1333 MHz DDR3Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512 MBRAM slots are 2 GB, 2 GB, 8 GB, 8 GBwith the 8 GB's being the ones I purchased from Crucial. 5Crucial 16GB RAM memory I bought my MacBook new 18 months ago after ANOTHER and the final disaster with my Windows laptop. The Apple site says my particular MacBook will recognize and talk to 8 gigs of RAM. I learned from the Crucial site that my MacBook was capable of utilizing 16 gig! I just replaced the (2) 2 gig boards with these (2) 8 gig boards. The Mac came right up and yes the MacBook indeed runs noticeably faster now. Be a smart owner/technician. Keep yourself grounded while you replace your memory cards. I kept one finger touching the Mac metal frame the entire time I removed the screws, lifted the bottom cover, and unlatched the original memory cards. These semiconductor memory chips can be damaged with just 20 volts of static charge quietly resting on your skin. Standing up from a leather sofa while wearing polyester pants can create 100's of volts, 1000's if you walk across a carpeted room. Don't pay big bucks to have someone else upgrade your memory. Do it yourself, just be smart and informed. 5Excellent RAM modules for mid-2011 21.5" iMac. I was looking to add to the RAM in my mid-2011 21.5" Core i5 iMac because its performance was starting to get a bit sluggish thanks to a recent installation of OSX Yosemite. Installation was easy - just follow the instructions available on the Apple website, and slide these modules in. I added 8GB (2x4GB) to my existing 4GB (2x2GB) for a total of 12GB (2x4 + 2x2) 1333 MHz RAM.It works flawlessly. The system booted up quickly, and upon checking the "System Profiler" app, I found that the iMac had successfully recognized and implemented the additional RAM. Now, everything runs smooth as butter - multitasking is a breeze, and running Windows 7 in Parallels next to my browser/Sublime/VLC on two monitors works perfectly. The memory no longer bottlenecks the system.Zero problems whatsoever with this product. Would recommend to anybody looking to upgrade their RAM in a compatible Apple (or non-Apple) machine, and the thousands of other review of Crucial memory will say the same thing. 5Great RAM I bought this upgrade for my 2009 iMac 27" i7. I already had 4 x 2GB sticks in my iMac, but needed more speed for Photoshop and Final Cut Pro. I installed 2 x 16GB along side 2 x 2GB sock memory (YES YOU CAN DO THAT!) to give me a total of 20GB. I had no compatibility issues and it produced a very noticeable speed boost. If you feel your Mac is in need of more memory, I would recommend the following to know if your RAM is the issue: Open Utilities folder -> Open "Activity Monitor" -> Click the tab at the bottom labeled "System Memory" -> Just below that, you should see a few sets of data...The important ones are:"Free" : If your "Free" memory is low (or 0!) you probably need more memory."Page Outs" : If the "Page Outs" is high, this means that your computer is using hard disk rather than RAM for memory functions and produces a severe loss in speed."Swap Used" : This gives a rough estimate of how much hard disk is used for RAM. This will give you a rough idea of how much RAM you should add. i.e. if this is 4 GB, then you should add at least 4 GB.You should check these numbers while doing the types of activities you normally use your computer for. Not just at idle with nothing running!As far as this item goes, Crucial is a known Apple-friendly RAM and is unlikely to give you any issues. It is also a high quality manufacturer and is much more reliable than some cheaper brands. Remember, RAM is dirt cheap these days so don't save a few $$ to buy inferior quality RAM! You should just not buy any if you are going to buy a terrible brand.iMac install is really easy! You can find many manuals on the internet (I prefer iFixit). Don't be intimidated buy installing it. You can save a lot of money by doing it yourself. If you feel uncomfortable, then by all means have someone qualified to do it for you. 5Successfully upgraded a mid-2012 MacBook Pro (despite system's claimed 8GB limit) As with other reviewers, we found that this works well in a mide-2012 MacBook Pro (MBP) despite Apple's claim that this system has a max configuration of 8GB (4GBx2). After install, power up was a tad slower than normal but we attributed this to the Mac recognizing the new memory configuration. System accurately reflects 16GB and my college son (the owner) says he immediately saw a very noticeable difference when using Adobe After Effects.Not sure why Apple had capped this particular model at 8GB. Rumors range from "planned obsolescence to drive repeat system sales" to issues with the bus simply not supporting the additional heat or transport capacities. We're taking our chances the latter is not the case and have not seen any issues yet. If we hadn't done the upgrade, the system would have been obsolete from our perspective and so it was well worth the risk.Very simple, quick upgrade. First, make certain you are free of static and well-grounded. Pop off the 10 tiny screws on the back of the MBP (careful not to drop them as they are indeed "tiny" and you may not recover a dropped screw), unplug the battery, pop out the existing card(s), put in the new ones, replug battery, replace cover and screws. We were in an out within 10 minutes. Could be done within 5 mins if you work fast. Only tool you will need is a very tiny Phillips head (can be purchased in any hardware store, Walmart, etc). 5
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  • Increases system performance
  • Easy to install
  • Premium quality memory from a trusted brand
  • 100% Tested
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Sped Up the Acer Aspire AOD270-1375 A few months ago, I bought the Acer Aspire AD270. Though it's a decent netbook, there were times when it was prone to lag, especially when it was downloading systems updates and virus definitions. On days like that, I was always this close to wrecking it, so I knew that something had to be done before putting my sledgehammer to good use.So I buckled down and bought this 2GB upgrade, and couldn't be happier right now. Don't get me wrong-- my netbook isn't a speed demon, by any means. But I have noticed less lag and my browsing experience having sped up considerable. Plus, my feverish lust for sledgehammering has definitely waned over the past week or so, so that's a good sign.The only thing I would add-- and this goes for users of the AOD270-1375-- is to be very careful installing this RAM. This is because the geniuses at Acer decided to piece together this netbook with all the intricacies of a bomb. Taking this thing apart was like playing a game of Operation and trying not to hit the funny bone. I found it so difficult that I had to leave the keyboard ribbon attached (couldn't figure out how to dislodge it without ruining it) and I wound up breaking off two tiny pieces of plastic). Keep in mind that I build computers with no problem, so that should tell you how intricate this procedure is. My suggestion is to either watch YouTube very carefully (until your eyes fall out) or get a tech to upgrade the RAM for you. 5Successful Upgrade When it came to upgrading my early 2011 13" MacBook Pro (2.3Ghz Intel Core i5), I was trying to decide whether to upgrade to 8GB or 16GB of RAM. Apple officially says my model MacBook Pro supports up to 8GB. However, it is confirmed by many, including Corsair and Crucial, that it will accept 16GB. After much research, I chose to purchase Crucial memory over other brands because of the hundreds of positive reviews here.I upgraded my MacBook Pro from 4GB to 16GB with the Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) without any problems. Installation was easy. Make sure you use a #00 Phillips screwdriver to open the rear panel of the laptop and keep track of the screws in your work area so you don't lose them. After removing the factory installed modules, the Crucial modules snapped in easily and securely. After replacing the rear panel and turning on the computer, it instantly recognized 16GB of RAM. Just to make sure everything was running fine, I took my MacBook Pro to Apple's Genius Bar and had them run a diagnostics check on it. They connected my MacBook Pro to their network via ethernet and tested it. No problems. Everything is working properly and faster with multiple programs open, including Final Cut Pro X, which opens and runs much faster with quicker render times on OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks. I'm very pleased with my purchase. 5One of the two chips was defective in first shipment. Replacement order works great! I intended to use this to upgrade my Mac Mini mid-2011 from 4GB to 16GB RAM. I installed both chips and the Mac wouldn't boot. Instead, I could hear 3 beeps indicating faulty or unseated RAM. I next installed & tested each chip independently as suggested on various troubleshooting forums. Lo and behold, one of the chips works perfectly and the other doesn't work at all no matter how many times I reseat it or which slot I put it in. Amazon makes it fairly easy to order a replacement, and I've got a replacement kit arriving in two days. I hope BOTH chips work in the replacement kit!UPDATE: My replacement kit arrived. Both chips work in this kit. I am raising the rating to four stars (from one) because I am now happy. The performance is great. I can run an almost unlimited number of apps simultaneously without bogging down the system. I also installed a Samsung EVO 250Gig SSD using the dual hard drive kit from iFixit. The improvement from the SSD is VERY dramatic. For anyone with a Mac Mini mid-2011, I recommend upgrading it using this 16GB RAM kit as well as adding an SSD. The difference in performance is night and day. 4Update - Memory Failed after 4 months of Low Usage UPDATE after 4 months of Low Usage:After 4 months of low usage (use laptop 2-3 hours/time 3-4 times/week), the laptop just quit working. The computer would not even post the BIOS. The screen remained black and the caps lock key + scroll lock key would flash 3 times for 5 sequences, and the laptop fan would turn on at high speed. I contacted HP Tech Support who stated that this was a code for memory failure. I switched out the Crucial memory module for the original that came with the computer and the computer posted the BIOS and booted up as normal. Clearly, the Crucial memory modules failed. As a secondary check, I installed each of the memory modules in another HP Elitebook 8440p laptop and the exact same failure occurred, indicating that both memory modules had failed.I have never had memory modules fail like this. I have used Samsung, Kingston, Corsair, and Computerbay memory modules in other computers and never experienced a failure like this in more than 30 years.Because of the failure, I must change my recommendation from a definite yes recommend to a "Be Wary" or Do Not Recommend this memory status. I have never had memory modules fail like this before. 2Tips for Early 2011 MacBook Pro If you have a 2011 Early Macbok Pro then read on:First, the max ram memory Mac recommends is 8GB (4GBx2) of ram on this laptop. Check your system profiler and you will see that clearly stated.If you install these you are going past what's recommended, so at that point the liability is on your own free will. If you are doing upgrades to your Mac that is beyond the scope of what's recommended. I'm not saying it won't work, just it's not the 'formal recommendation' from Mac. Maybe they know something we don't? After all they are the designers and manufacturers of the MacBook Pro.With that said, here are a couple of things to be aware:- There are two separate instructions how to replace ram. The Mac version profiler link does not say you have to unplug the battery. On Crucial's website their instructions say you do.- AFTER YOU OPEN THE BACK CASEING,YOU HAVE TO TOUCH METAL TO DISCHARGE ELECTRIC STATIC ENERGY. They are not making this up. If you changed the RAM and you did not do this then maybe that is a reason things are buggy. This is a laptop and it conducts electrical currents and your body carries static energy that has to be discharged.- DO NOT TOUCH THE GOLD plate area. Just don't. I have no idea what happens because I never touched it but if someone wrote in their instructions for installing 'do not touch the gold plated area' then not sure why you would. And if you did, maybe that could be a reason the unit is buggy.- Ensure you replace both of same size. I read one user replaced a 4GB and left a 2 GB in the unit and that is NOT recommended. No one recommends this. Always replace 2GBx2 or 4GBx2 or 8GBx2 in pairs. It's just not a good practice to make up any other configurations.- Use the right tools. I cannot overstate that. If you don't have a micro tool set then don't make use of something else. Just spend 12 bucks and buy it as an investment. If you are going to work on your own laptop you need the right tools. 5Perfect I went by the ratings already found under this product, and everything worked out great -- my computer is much snappier, and the RAM is still going strong.Specs, copied directly from "About this Mac":21.5-inch iMac, Mid 2011Processor - 2.5 Ghz Intel Core i5Memory - 20 GB 1333 MHz DDR3Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512 MBRAM slots are 2 GB, 2 GB, 8 GB, 8 GBwith the 8 GB's being the ones I purchased from Crucial. 5Crucial 16GB RAM memory I bought my MacBook new 18 months ago after ANOTHER and the final disaster with my Windows laptop. The Apple site says my particular MacBook will recognize and talk to 8 gigs of RAM. I learned from the Crucial site that my MacBook was capable of utilizing 16 gig! I just replaced the (2) 2 gig boards with these (2) 8 gig boards. The Mac came right up and yes the MacBook indeed runs noticeably faster now. Be a smart owner/technician. Keep yourself grounded while you replace your memory cards. I kept one finger touching the Mac metal frame the entire time I removed the screws, lifted the bottom cover, and unlatched the original memory cards. These semiconductor memory chips can be damaged with just 20 volts of static charge quietly resting on your skin. Standing up from a leather sofa while wearing polyester pants can create 100's of volts, 1000's if you walk across a carpeted room. Don't pay big bucks to have someone else upgrade your memory. Do it yourself, just be smart and informed. 5Excellent RAM modules for mid-2011 21.5" iMac. I was looking to add to the RAM in my mid-2011 21.5" Core i5 iMac because its performance was starting to get a bit sluggish thanks to a recent installation of OSX Yosemite. Installation was easy - just follow the instructions available on the Apple website, and slide these modules in. I added 8GB (2x4GB) to my existing 4GB (2x2GB) for a total of 12GB (2x4 + 2x2) 1333 MHz RAM.It works flawlessly. The system booted up quickly, and upon checking the "System Profiler" app, I found that the iMac had successfully recognized and implemented the additional RAM. Now, everything runs smooth as butter - multitasking is a breeze, and running Windows 7 in Parallels next to my browser/Sublime/VLC on two monitors works perfectly. The memory no longer bottlenecks the system.Zero problems whatsoever with this product. Would recommend to anybody looking to upgrade their RAM in a compatible Apple (or non-Apple) machine, and the thousands of other review of Crucial memory will say the same thing. 5Great RAM I bought this upgrade for my 2009 iMac 27" i7. I already had 4 x 2GB sticks in my iMac, but needed more speed for Photoshop and Final Cut Pro. I installed 2 x 16GB along side 2 x 2GB sock memory (YES YOU CAN DO THAT!) to give me a total of 20GB. I had no compatibility issues and it produced a very noticeable speed boost. If you feel your Mac is in need of more memory, I would recommend the following to know if your RAM is the issue: Open Utilities folder -> Open "Activity Monitor" -> Click the tab at the bottom labeled "System Memory" -> Just below that, you should see a few sets of data...The important ones are:"Free" : If your "Free" memory is low (or 0!) you probably need more memory."Page Outs" : If the "Page Outs" is high, this means that your computer is using hard disk rather than RAM for memory functions and produces a severe loss in speed."Swap Used" : This gives a rough estimate of how much hard disk is used for RAM. This will give you a rough idea of how much RAM you should add. i.e. if this is 4 GB, then you should add at least 4 GB.You should check these numbers while doing the types of activities you normally use your computer for. Not just at idle with nothing running!As far as this item goes, Crucial is a known Apple-friendly RAM and is unlikely to give you any issues. It is also a high quality manufacturer and is much more reliable than some cheaper brands. Remember, RAM is dirt cheap these days so don't save a few $$ to buy inferior quality RAM! You should just not buy any if you are going to buy a terrible brand.iMac install is really easy! You can find many manuals on the internet (I prefer iFixit). Don't be intimidated buy installing it. You can save a lot of money by doing it yourself. If you feel uncomfortable, then by all means have someone qualified to do it for you. 5Successfully upgraded a mid-2012 MacBook Pro (despite system's claimed 8GB limit) As with other reviewers, we found that this works well in a mide-2012 MacBook Pro (MBP) despite Apple's claim that this system has a max configuration of 8GB (4GBx2). After install, power up was a tad slower than normal but we attributed this to the Mac recognizing the new memory configuration. System accurately reflects 16GB and my college son (the owner) says he immediately saw a very noticeable difference when using Adobe After Effects.Not sure why Apple had capped this particular model at 8GB. Rumors range from "planned obsolescence to drive repeat system sales" to issues with the bus simply not supporting the additional heat or transport capacities. We're taking our chances the latter is not the case and have not seen any issues yet. If we hadn't done the upgrade, the system would have been obsolete from our perspective and so it was well worth the risk.Very simple, quick upgrade. First, make certain you are free of static and well-grounded. Pop off the 10 tiny screws on the back of the MBP (careful not to drop them as they are indeed "tiny" and you may not recover a dropped screw), unplug the battery, pop out the existing card(s), put in the new ones, replug battery, replace cover and screws. We were in an out within 10 minutes. Could be done within 5 mins if you work fast. Only tool you will need is a very tiny Phillips head (can be purchased in any hardware store, Walmart, etc). 5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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