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hp 14-cf0xxx 8gb RAM; one 8gb or two 4gb sticks?

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HP Laptop 14-cf0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

model name: 14-cf0xxx

factory intel i3, 8gb

 

I’m about to have my ram upgraded from 8 to 16. I know I need part # 862398-855, but my question is does my laptop currently have one 8gb stick in it (and only need to order one more) OR does it have two 4gb sticks (and i need to order two 8’s)? 

 

Couldn’t find what I needed in settings>about / online / the manual. Thanks in advance!

 

EDIT: solved, found in task manager. one 8gb

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There are two slots.

You can see your notebook's current configuration by either using CPU-z or the Windows command line

 

Open a cmd line dialogue window -> type in wmic memorychip get banklabel,capacity and press the enter key.

To open a command line window --> type cmd in search box and then press the enter key.

 

You will need to order two 8GB memory modules.



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