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Hi

Please, i want to upgrad my laptop Ram from 2(4gb ddr3)  to 2(8gb) ddr4,

I know it can run up to 16gb of rams but, can it run ddr4 instead of ddr3?

 

Cpu & Gpu

Core i3 5005U

AMD R5

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Hi, I am sorry but if your PC is using DDR3 you can't use DDR4.

 

Your CPU is not compatible, you can upgrade your RAM up to 16 Go but need continue to use DDR3L-1600. 

If I have been answer to your question please accept it as a solution 🙂
I am Expert from French Community, and I am doing my best to help you with your question.

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Hi, I am sorry but if your PC is using DDR3 you can't use DDR4.

 

Your CPU is not compatible, you can upgrade your RAM up to 16 Go but need continue to use DDR3L-1600. 

If I have been answer to your question please accept it as a solution 🙂
I am Expert from French Community, and I am doing my best to help you with your question.

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