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Pros: Posts on first boot and passes an hour of Prime95. No frills RAM.
Overall Review: Using in an Intel NUC. Flawless.
Pros: Purchased to add 4GB to existing 4GB in Dell E5580. Crucial is out of stock for this. Dell is out of stock for their Hynix Dell Certified RAM and is trying to pawn off second rate RAM like VisionTek that's not even DDR4-2400 if you try to order this particular upgrade from Dell. This Crucial RAM has the exact same specs as the Hynix/Dell RAM that came with the E5580. After installing beside the existing RAM, I ran Memtest86 v7.5 for 12 hour without error.
Cons: none so far
Overall Review: If you looking for memory upgrade for your Asustor 6604T NAS.
I confirm it work.
Pros: * Works with Asustor AS6602T; now at 8GB
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: * Thanks Crucial and Q&A customers who answer my questions
Upgraded Asustor NAS ram from 4GB to 8GB.
Cons: currently more expensive than when I purchased mine last year
Overall Review: .
Pros: great value
Overall Review: ordered this 4GB stick and they sent an 8GB stick
bought for a laptop that came with 1 x 8GB of unknown brand, worked together without issue
Pros: I just bought an Apple 27.5 inch iMac computer. The standard on-board memory is 8 GB. However, if you want to upgrade that memory, using the options that Apple provides, you have to pay an arm and a leg for it. Newegg had the same memory for almost half the price
Overall Review: I am an electrical engineer and I have been working with computers for decades. Newegg has a lot of the items I need to build my hardware. Such things as memory upgrades, or hardware you may not see anywhere else, is stocked by Newegg.
Cons: I have to agree with the previous review about not being compatible with the NUC7PJYH, despite what the intel support page says. I even returned the first chip to Newegg because I thought it may have been DOA. But my second new memory module also was not compatible according to the Intel NUC blinking light error codes. Bummer. Crucial might want to talk to Intel about this one.
Overall Review: Crucial is a good memory company, but the compatibility support pages need updated.