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Re: [Libreboot] RAM for a Thinkpad X200

From: Diagon
Subject: Re: [Libreboot] RAM for a Thinkpad X200
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 17:06:47 -0700
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On 06/07/2016 03:56 AM, Duncan Guthrie wrote:
> Dear fellow Libreboot users,
> I have recently purchased a Lenovo Thinkpad X200, meaning to install
> Libreboot on it.
> I want to upgrade the RAM before I attempt to flash Libreboot, but I am
> quite confused by the page about installing Libreboot on the X200
> ( It says
> that I need "DDR3 SODIMM PC3-8500 RAM". I quickly browsed some online
> stores, and they mostly sell "PC3-12800" DDR3 RAM. I do not know what
> this means, but at any rate, is there any reason why PC3-12800 RAM would
> not be compatible with Libreboot, or the X200 without Libreboot?
> I'm also quite confused about how to find out whether RAM is 2Rx8
> density as the page on the Libreboot documentation specifies. Am I
> simply to assume that most RAM available is of this specification?
> I'm also wondering whether I need to buy pairs, or whether it would be
> fine to use one single slot, as the page on the Libreboot documentation
> is seemingly contradicting itself. For instance, it appears that for 8G
> total, I would need a pair of 4G in the two slots. However, could I not
> just buy a single 4G and install it in slot 0 (that's what seems to be
> the case).
> Kind regards,
> D.

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