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Is the newest HP ENvy 17, with the 6th generation Intel i7 processor, product # M9X68AV_1, compatible with DDR4 RAM?

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Hi,

 

It use the following RAM's

 

8GB DDR3L - 1 DIMM

12GB DDR3L - 2 DIMM

16GB DDR3 - 2 DIMM

 

means supports 1.35V and 1.5V RAM sticks. DDR4 RAM uses 1.2V.

 

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I understand that the configuration tool only lists DDR3L RAM, however do you know if the motherboard will accept DDR4? I know that the processor will accept DDR4 at speeds up to 2133 MHz.

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hi,

 

You are talking about a fast car runs on a normal suburban street here. No, it supports DDR3/DDR3L at its current speed.

 

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What is preventing the 17t 6th Generation laptop from using 2x16gb ddr3l memory?

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