I'm planning to purchase a Dell Latitude E6430 in a few days time but I have a couple of things to clarify before I purchase this laptop. The question is, Dell manual correctly says this supports up to 16GB of RAM. However Dell does not provide/ship 16GB of ram with this laptop.
I would purchase aftermarket 16GB of ram to do what I want to do with this laptop. But I'm uncertain which RAM specification I should buy. Should I buy DDR3L (1.35V) or DDR3 (1.5V) SODIMM ?
Can someone kindly advice which module to purchase please ?
This is what the Latitude E6430 manual says :
Memory connector two SODIMM slots
Memory capacity 1 GB, 2 GB, or 4 GB
Memory type DDR3 SDRAM (1600 MHz)
Minimum memory 2 GB
Maximum memory 16 GB
Thanks in advance :-)
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I read your question. The point is if you bought from Crucial, you wouldn't have to guess or ask. They stand behind their RAM and their RAM works with Dell.
Their webpage http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Latitude%20E6430&Cat=RAM about the E6430 has the information about the RAM.
Hey XDOCLET it is people like you that make the internet hilarious.
Clearly EJN63 was trying to help, and in fact I support his claim that Crucial is a great resource.
In fact, I would have responded with a similar suggestion.