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It's not stated what brand RAM you're looking at. Crucial is highly recommended as it's guaranteed to work in Dell's if using non-Dell RAM. Kingston Value Brand (KVR) almost never works in Dell's. The volts can be off in off-brands.
If you don't know already, be sure all the RAM sticks are the same capacity, MHz, and brand.
Though I know some people use Samsung RAM in their Dell's, I couldn't find anything to say that your T5610 can take low voltage memory.
Make sure the memory you buy comes with a return policy in case it doesn't work.
Also, according to pg. 43 of the Owner's Manual, Memory modules of different sizes can be mixed (for example, 2 GB and 4 GB). But, all populated channels must have identical configurations. • Memory modules must be installed beginning with the first socket.
One idea is to verify with Samsung through their website, like by chatting for example, if your T5610 can take the memory you want. I tried chatting, but they were too busy at the time I tried.
Not that I wanted to pest again, but do you think the above memory will work in a T5610? I don't know if 1.35v is the normal voltage for it or not. Samsung sent an email back that didn't answer the compatibility question.
Thanks for your help
I think this samsung module is ECC, in all offer I see ECC information.
What you think?