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RAM memory DDR4 compatible modules for pavilion 17- ab000nv

pavilion 17-ab000nv
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Anybody knows which DDR4 memory modules work with this model?

 

I tried 2x16gb 2400Mhz modules and they didn't work.

 

Any experience?

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Hi,

 

No, they won't physically fit. Even if fitted, they won't run that speed.

 

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From the manual:

 

Two SODIMM slots, not customer accessible or upgradeable: ● DDR4-2133 dual channel support ● DDR4-2400 dual channel support (bridge to DDR4–2133) Supports up to 16 GB max system memory with the following:  16384 MB (8192 MB x 2), no support for 32-bit OS or Windows® 7 Home Basic

 

So 2 x 8 of the same memory would have worked but would run at 2133 mhz not 2400. The maximum memory is 16 gigs not 32. 

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@Huffer

 

Thanks. I misread its specs

 

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