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Introduction

Prefer to run your computer with fewer restrictions? You can do this and run more programs simultaneously by adding more memory to your system. The memory referred to here is RAM (Random Access Memory), which is essentially the computer's workspace - the place where computer temporarily stores data and programs. Memory performance is an important factor influencing total system performance as memory speed allows more data to be transferred in a given time for greater system response and performance in demanding applications and games.

Learn about Notebook Memory

Newegg.com offers a large selection of notebook memory products, including SDRAM, DDR SDRAM and DDR2 SDRAM modules, mostly in SO-DIMM form, as utilized by most notebook manufacturers. Each type of memory has its own characteristics, and may not be compatible with each other or provide the same features, such as dual channel operation, which effectively doubles the data bandwidth for improved performance. For more information, please see our Notebook Memory Buying Guide.

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