Crucial 8GB DDR3 SODIMM Kit extends your RAM footprint

by Rafael Hernandez on February 11, 2010 · 0 comments

Notebook computers tend to trail the desktop in many aspects which puts those with power-hungry needs at a bit of a disadvantage when they’re on the road and are required to get their work flow on.

Enter the Crucial 8GB DDR3 SODIMM Kit which will boost your laptop’s RAM storage space that much more. HardwareLogic has the review:

Things are little more tempered in dual-channel territory, where 4GB is still respectable, but 8GB separates the power users from everyone else. And with the proliferation of DDR3 in notebooks, an 8GB upgrade isn’t just a statement of your commitment to run with the big dogs, it’s also a costly investment. Outside of bragging rights, is it worth it?

If you’re running some sort of high-end application you’ll probably want to pick yourself up a kit of it, if you want a pleasant mobile workstation experience that is.

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