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HP® Elitebook (Elitebook 8440P)

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I have just purchased an Elitebook 8440.  It will come with 4GB ram and I have been told the max ram is 8.  I have the 4gb ram from the dead laptop.  Part number 621569-001.  How can I confirm that what I have is good to use in the new computer?  I've checked out the HP PartSurfer and the replacement part number is 641369-001 if that helps at all.

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You can use same partsurfer to check  621569-001. It will give a list of machines which use  621569-001

 

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Your used module is PC3-10600 Cas Latency 9

Your original module is PC3-12800 Cas Latency 11

 

It is recommended to use identical modules in Dual-Channel memory systems.

You can use the Crucial Advisor Tool or the Crucial System Scanner to find compatible memory and specs.

 

 

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