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I have an Aspire V3-771G-9809 laptop and want tto upgrade the memory.  However, I have a question.  If I go to Crucial.com and go thru and let it select the memory it comes up with this as one of the options.  If you'll notice it says the memory is 1.35 V.   However, if I go here it says the memory is 1.5 V.  Which is correct?  Several places have listed 1.5V.... the above is just an example.  Would this memory from Newegg work in my computer?

 

Thanks

FAQ & Answers

  • sharky25ksharky25k Posts: 473Member Skilled Practitioner

    Hi,

     

    You can use cpu-z to check the memory voltage.

     

    http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

    You can find this detail on the SPD page within CPU-Z.

     

    But as far as I saw on the internet the notebook has DDR3 memory with 1.5V and not DDR3L memory with 1.35V.

     

  • NPTNPT Posts: 2Member

    Thanks.  I finally did get the following answer back from Crucial. "All of our 1.35v memory is dual voltage and can operate at both 1.35v and 1.5v, whichever the motherboard needs to utilize."

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