Everyone knows the frustration of sitting in front of a computer waiting for it to respond. This can occur when your RAM isn’t able to keep up with all the programs and data you’re asking it to process. A RAM upgrade is therefore a worthwhile investment in productivity. For an office computer, 4 GB is a good start, but 8 GB or even 16 GB is better. Our product managers will be happy to advise you.
When selecting your memory, decide which type you need before delving into the various other specifications. After all, you want your memory to be compatible with your PC or server—and that’s not always the case. For example, DIMM memory doesn’t work with SO-DIMM, which is often found in mobile devices. Similar problems may occur when using different generations of memory. Each product in our online shop features a detailed description, allowing you to determine compatibility clearly. Our product managers can also use your computer model to determine which memory it requires.
Our online shop offers different levels of server, workstation, notebook and printer memory. Capacity for server memory ranges from 1 GB to 128 GB, with new products being added regularly. In addition to capacity, you should consider clock speed, the number of modules in the kit and the manufacturer. Our memory portfolio includes trusted names such as Kingston Technology, Crucial, Acer, Cisco, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo and ValueRAM. Note that manufacturer warranties vary from brand to brand.