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I am getting this Hp Slim Tower for christmas as a surprise. I was looking at the specs and it only has 4g memory and I want to put more in. I have seen some sites saying it is the smaller SODIMM used for note books and other sites showing it is the average size DImm or Udimm. I need to know what the size is, so that I can purchase the correct one and have it ready to install when I receive this gift. (S01-pf1013w)

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Hi:

 

The product specs for the motherboard indicate that it uses SODIMM (notebook-type) memory.

 

HP Slim Desktop - S01-pF1013w Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

Below is the link to the parts list.

 

HP PartSurfer

 

The parts list indicates the PC uses UDIMM (standard desktop) memory.

 

934253-800
Memory - GNRC RAM UDIMM 4G DDR4 1.2V 2666 NECC

 

I did a search by the part number, and it shows the part number is desktop memory.

 

934253-800 - Hewlett-packard (HP) - Memory - RAM Udimm 4GB DDR4 1.2v 2666 Necc | Impact Computers

 

The Crucial memory report also indicates the PC uses UDIMM memory.

 

HP - Compaq HP Slim S01-pF1013w | Memory RAM & SSD Upgrades | Crucial.com

 

Based on the 2 -1 evidence, I would conclude that the HP product specs info is incorrect.

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

The product specs for the motherboard indicate that it uses SODIMM (notebook-type) memory.

 

HP Slim Desktop - S01-pF1013w Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

Below is the link to the parts list.

 

HP PartSurfer

 

The parts list indicates the PC uses UDIMM (standard desktop) memory.

 

934253-800
Memory - GNRC RAM UDIMM 4G DDR4 1.2V 2666 NECC

 

I did a search by the part number, and it shows the part number is desktop memory.

 

934253-800 - Hewlett-packard (HP) - Memory - RAM Udimm 4GB DDR4 1.2v 2666 Necc | Impact Computers

 

The Crucial memory report also indicates the PC uses UDIMM memory.

 

HP - Compaq HP Slim S01-pF1013w | Memory RAM & SSD Upgrades | Crucial.com

 

Based on the 2 -1 evidence, I would conclude that the HP product specs info is incorrect.

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Thank you for responding. That was what was confusing. the HP specs showing sodimm and the other parts listing as udimm 

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I have these on hand and was wondering if they would be compatible.  CORSAIR - Vengeance LPX CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 16GB (2PK X 8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 C16 DIMM. Would they fit or are they too bulky?

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You're very welcome.

 

Since the parts list indicates the memory is UDIMM, that should remove all doubt.

 

The PC needs to use DDR4-2666 MHz memory according to the specs, so the DDR4-2400 memory will either not work at all, or only run at 2400 MHz.

 

That is assuming your PC can handle the faster performance memory's CL speed, which it may not.

 

Your PC needs the DDR4-2666 MHz memory to run at a CL speed of 19.

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Thank you so much for taking the time to help me out with all these questions, it is greatly appreciated. Happy Holidays

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Anytime. 

 

Glad to have been of assistance. 

 

Happy Holidays!

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