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What's your laptop model?

My laptop model is a Toshiba Satellite L870D-BT2N22(Custom Build from Toshiba Direct), Here are the specs:

AMD A10-4600M
HD 7660G 512MB (No dual graphics)
4GB 1600 (for now) - 2 memory slots 1 in use
120GB Kingston SSD
Edited by JP2012 - 10/3/12 at 1:33pm
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by odin2free View Post

Does tighter timings apply to the mobile platform of amd?
This is pretty usefiull info though thank u for showing some scores ...
And xd yes that will be stickied when made to the max mem forum to for people to see and reference to smile.gif

Yes smile.gifthumb.gif
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That's what I figured... Just remember and loves going with the tighter bs loose wink.gif
Thank axcess for simply putting a straight answer smile.gif
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Hi everyone, I've recently bought an Samsung Laptop with a6-4400m + 7670m and 2x2GB of DDR3 1600 Ram.
I am currently thinking about upgrading the CPU to a10-4600m and now look what I have stumbled upon http://products.amd.com/en-us/NotebookAPUDetail.aspx?id=34&f1=&f2=&f3=&f4=&f5=&f6=&
It says that A10-4600m supports: Memory Interface DDR3-1866 ?
Does this mean that I can get 1866 ram also?
Kind regards, Tiorvi.
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Yep. go for it!
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