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HP pavilion 15-cc515ur 2CP21EA
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Thinking about buying a laptop HP pavilion 15-cc515ur [2CP21EA] https://support.hp.com/by-ru/document/c05553006.

By default, it has DDR4-2133 SDRAM 6 gigabytes (1 x 2 Gb, 1 x 4 Gb). Can I put 4+4 or 8+8 or 16 gigabytes of RAM in one module? And what is the maximum size RAM for this laptop?

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Here is the Manual which will be helpful:

 

Manual

 

On page 2:

 

Supports up to 16-GB of system memory DDR4-2133 channel support (DDR4-2400 downgrade to DDR4-2133) Supports the following conƭgurations ● 16384-MB (8192-MB × 2)

 

Pages 37-42 show the actual procedure for memory upgrade. Takes DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM and this is the parts list on page 41:

 

8-MB, DDR4-2400, 1.2-V 862398-855 4-MB, DDR4-2400, 1.2-V 862397-855

 

Somebody at HP is not looking closely; these are 4 and 8 gigabyte, not megabyte modules. 

 

8 gig:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-Single-PC4-19200-Unbuffered-260-Pin/dp/B01BIWKP58/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&...

 

4 gig:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Micron-PC4-19200-2400MHz-260-Pin-MTA4ATF51264HZ-2G3B1/dp/B073SK49F2/ref=sr_1_...

 

The 7th gen and 8th gen Intel models that use DDR4 memory are well known to accept and run 2 x 16 gig or 32 gigs total memory we just can't 100% guarantee it since HP does not list it in the Manual. I have not seen anyone say that 32 gigs does not work, however, and you can find these models for sale by resellers with 32 gigs of RAM. I question the cost-efficiency of 32 gigs at these memory prices, however. Not much you can't do with 16 gigs of RAM and even 8 is plenty for most people. 

 

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