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What is the maximum RAM for HP Pavilion g6 2006TX

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Hi Guys i had search all day and find nothing about that!!!

 

I want to know that can we use 8gb and 4gb RAM together in my HP Pavilion g6 2006TX and what 1x4GB mean??

 

need a fast reply please i want to upgrade RAM because is laging, its take to much time in rendering in After Effect.

 

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Nitin Pujari,

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You should be able to upgrade to 8GB Ram. 1x4GB = 1 four gigabyte. You should be able to handle 2x4GB.

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Hi,

 

Your machine supports 8GB max in 2 slots that means each slot 4GB using one piece of 4GB ( 1x4GB). You can find ALL information for your machine on the following link:

 

     http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-g6-Notebook-PC-series/5226244/model/5239501/manuals

 

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BH
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i am thinking of buying 8 GB RAM but you tell me that only 8GB is max than mean i had 4GB in and i want to buy only 4GB RAM. 8GB will be useless for me!

 

Thanks for the reply and helping me out!

 

Great Support all of you! 🙂

 

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