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dasjessy
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Need To upgrade RAM for HP Envy m6-n010dx

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Hello,

 

I need help to upgrade my RAM memory for my HP envy touchsmart m6-n010dx.

 

I actually have 6GB of Ram and would like to know the maximum supported by this ENVY model.

 

Thank you for your Help

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VJ_R
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Hi

 

Memory Two customer-accessible/upgradable memory module slots

 

Support for DDR3L (1600-MHz) dual channel

 

Support for16834-MB of system RAM in the

following configurations:

 

● 16834-MB (8192-MB×2)
● 12288-MB (8192-MB+4096-MB)
● 8192-MB (8192-MB×1,4096-MB×2)
● 6144-MB (4096-MB+2048-MB)
● 4096-MB (4096-MB×1,2048-MB×2)

 

For More info

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04262965.pdf

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Hope this helps.

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If I understand the highest compatible memory is 16GB

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Thats Correct!

Hope this helps.

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