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upgrade memory

Hi

I I have Dell Inspiron 15R 5520 it has come with a memory Hynix 4GB As shown in the picture

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And I want to add a new 4GB memory to be 8GB 

 

I searched in amazon for the same type

And I found two, but they don't match in the last two numbers. I've marked the part in red that doesn't match

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My questions


What does this last part of the numbers mean?

And if I buy one, it will be identical to the old memory and will work without problems?

 

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2 Jasper
2 Jasper
1291

I think it is year & week code when that ram ram was manufactured
2 Jasper
2 Jasper
1289

There should be no problem using the RAM. 1228, These are just time codes when it was manufactured. 12 should be week day or number or month & 28 should be the date or week number when it was manufactured.
6 Indium
1287

Welcome to the Dell Community @Hasan.Hussein 

Hynix Label.PNG

Label Information

Label Information DDR3 Label Information DDR3의 Definition, Description을 나타낸 표 입니다.
Definition Description
(1) SK hynix Logo SK hynix
(2) Module Capacity Number of DDR3 DRAM storage in module
(3) Module Configuration Number of ranks of memory installed and Device organization
(4) Memory Technology DDR3 Product ( ex : PC3L operatble at 1.35V and 1.5V tolerant )
(5) Module Bandwidth & Module Type U : 240pin Unbuffered DIMM
R : 240pin Registered DIMM
V : 240pin VLP Registered DIMM
S : 204pin Unbuffered SO-DIMM
L : 240pin LRDIMM
A : 204pin ECC SO-DIMM
E : 240pin VLP ECC UDIMM
M : 244pin ULP Mini UDIMM
(6) CAS Latency CAS Latency in clocks at maximum operating frequency
(7) SPD Revision JEDEC SPD Revision Encoding and Additions level
(8) Gerber Revision JEDEC Reference design file used for this design
(9) 2D Barcode  
(10) Eco Logo  
(11) CE Mark  
(12) Country Country of origin
(13) Part Number Please refer to the [SUPPORT > Technical Support > Part Number Decoder]
(14) Module Option Code Please refer to the next slide
(15) Process Code Internal use
(16) Year & Week Code of Manufactured Year & Week

 

They will match and be seen in the BIOS and System as "Interleaved" / "Dual Channel" memory

Best regards,

U2

1281

DDR4 if anyone is interested.

Hynix Label DDR4.PNG

Label Information

Definition Description
(1) SK hynix Logo SK hynix
(2) Module Capacity Number of DDR4 DRAM storage in module
(3) Module Configuration Number of ranks of memory installed and Device organization
(4) Memory Technology DDR4 Product
(5) Module Speed Grade 1600K : 1600 11-11-11
1866M : 1866 13-13-13
2133P : 2133 15-15-15
2400T : 2400 17-17-17
2666U : 2666 19-19-19
(6) Module Type U : 288pin Unbuffered DIMM
R : 288pin Registered DIMM
S : 260 pin Unbuffered SO-DIMM
L : 288pin LRDIMM
N : 288pin NVDIMM
(7) Gerber Revision JEDEC Reference design file used for this design
(8) SPD Revision JEDEC SPD Revision Encoding and Additions level
(9) 2D Barcode  
(10) Eco Logo  
(11) CE Mark  
(12) Country Country of origin
(13) Part Number Please refer to the [SUPPORT > Technical Support > Part Number Decoder]
(14) Module Option Code Please refer to the next slide
(15) Process Code Internal use
(16) Year & Week Code of Manufactured Year & Week

 

Best regards,

U2

1269

Thank you for replying

Why the last 3 numbers of (Code of Manufactured Year & Week) written on an integrated circuit (Black chip ) ?

As marked in the red circle in the image  

PBC 228V !Untitled.png

what that mean ( PBC *** V ) 

 

The other one the same 

PBC 203 A

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1267

Thank you for replying

I have other Another question

Why the last 3 numbers of (Code of Manufactured Year & Week) written on an integrated circuit (Black chip ) ?

As marked in the red circle in the image  

PBC 228V !Untitled.png

what that mean ( PBC *** V ) 

 

The other one the same 

PBC 203 A

2.png

 

 

 

1251

Almost all details r mentioned by U2CAMEB4ME. That PBC 203V means it will cary the power supply upto that voltage. Basically u need to check the RAM Type & memory which ur laptop supports. as it similarly works as motherboard & has voltage, clock speed, data handling & more as mentioned by U2CAMEB4ME. @U2CAMEB4ME - please help understanding if wrong.
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