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Dell G15 5520 のメモリ増設について

I purchased a memory called KF548S38IBK2-32 to expand the memory of Dell G15 5520 from 8GBx2 to 16GBx2 .

https://www.kingston.com/jp/memory/gaming/kingston-fury-impact-ddr5-memory?speed=4800mt%2Fs&total%20...

 

This memory has been determined to work because it meets the memory requirements in the Dell G15 5520 specifications below.

https://www.dell.com/support/manuals/en-us/g-series-15-5520-laptop/dell-g15-5520-setup-and-specifica...

 

However, when I actually replaced the memory, I couldn't use it because I couldn't proceed from the black screen when the PC started. His original 8GBx2 memory works fine, so it's not a memory slot failure.

I thought it might be the initial failure of the memory, so I returned it, but upon closer inspection, I found a comment saying that this memory cannot be used in Dell laptops.

https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Technology-Impact-4800MT-KF548S38IB-8/dp/B09T8VVTXJ?th=1

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According to the above comment, DELL's 12th generation (CPU?) laptops do not support ECC memory. If so, I should have bought KVR48S40BS8K2-32 which is Non-ECC memory  .

https://www.kingston.com/jp/memory/gaming/kingston-fury-impact-ddr5-memory?speed=4800mt%2Fs&total%20...

 

Does Dell G15 5520 motherboard not support ECC?

Also, where can I check it?

 

 

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Sora9871,

DDR5 has on-die ECC which is different from the conventional ECC memory.

Usually, consumer notebook doesn't support ECC memory at the system side. They are for servers. I have not seen any consumer products supporting ECC memory in my life. Having said that, the memory module you are talking about have ECC feature on-die (DDR5 memory feature). The memory interface should be compatible with non-ECC memory, I assume.

The kingston website has the list of the compatibility system which Dell product is not on.

https://www.kingston.com/jp/memory/search?partid=KF548S38IBK2-32

I've been building PCs and replacing memory so many times and sometimes certain memory modules just didn't work at all with a specific systems as amazon.com reviews tell.

Ifpossible, i seek the refund and buy another set of DDR5 memory.

Hope this helps.

all the best.

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Sora9871,

DDR5 has on-die ECC which is different from the conventional ECC memory.

Usually, consumer notebook doesn't support ECC memory at the system side. They are for servers. I have not seen any consumer products supporting ECC memory in my life. Having said that, the memory module you are talking about have ECC feature on-die (DDR5 memory feature). The memory interface should be compatible with non-ECC memory, I assume.

The kingston website has the list of the compatibility system which Dell product is not on.

https://www.kingston.com/jp/memory/search?partid=KF548S38IBK2-32

I've been building PCs and replacing memory so many times and sometimes certain memory modules just didn't work at all with a specific systems as amazon.com reviews tell.

Ifpossible, i seek the refund and buy another set of DDR5 memory.

Hope this helps.

all the best.

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I understand KF548S38IBK2-32 is Non-ECC memory, but why didn't it work?

 

I bought KVR48S40BS8K2-32 and it works! Of course Dell products are not listed.
https://www.kingston.com/jp/memory/search?partid=KVR48S40BS8K2-32


Finding appropriate memory is really painful because documents of both Dell and memory manufacturer are not helpful.

Thanks.

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