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Patriot Memory for Ultrabook - Scaling SODIMM RAM Density vs. Battery Life (Page 3)

By Chris Ramseyer on Feb 5, 2013 02:55 am CST - 0 mins, 43 secs reading time for this page
Manufacturer: Patriot Memory

Packaging

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The memory sticks in a Patriot blister pack with one stick per pack. The specs are listed on the front; Patriot puts a sticker on the package that shows the density and memory speed.

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Some general information about the ultra low memory is on the back of the package and the product SKU is on the bottom.

Patriot Memory for Ultrabook 8GB 1600MHz 1.35V

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On the outside the Memory for Ultrabook looks like any other DDR3 SODIMM stick. The label on the package lets us know this is a 1.35V part, but other than the label, it looks like any other notebook memory stick.

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There are 16 Micron DRAM chips, eight on each side.

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Today we're using four sticks to test battery life with 4, 2 and finally 1 stick in our Lenovo W530 notebook.

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