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2011-04-21 10:40 AM
2011-04-21 07:18 PM
2011-04-21 11:49 PM
2011-06-16 08:43 AM
2011-06-16 08:54 AM
Should be the same hardware.
Royan wrote: ...
Readynas Pro 2
So you have 16 chips total on each module?
I have tried both
Corsair Valueram DDR3 1066 mhz Sodimm CM3X2GSD1066 WITH 8 chips per side and
Kingston KVR1066D3S7/2G, also with 8 chips on each side.
2011-07-03 02:40 PM
That is the reason, why I prefer to buy my modules made by e.g. Samsung or Hynix: You can be sure you get always the same modules as long as you order the same part number.
Royan wrote: ... all the newer batches of CM3X2GSD1066 have 16 chips. ...
2012-01-25 05:38 AM
2012-02-21 03:58 PM
2012-03-20 03:58 PM
dannyleesmith80 wrote: CT51264BC1339 4 GB DDR3 RAM its a 512 x 64 memory module from Crucial mite be the next option.
2012-04-20 01:03 PM
2012-05-23 04:14 AM
I'd start from the other direction: Is there any evidence that your NAS is underpowered (are movies stalling/stuttering during playback, etc)?
daveevans76 wrote: I use my NAS to stream movies to APTV2. Is there a large gain to be had with upgrading from 1GB to 2GB for uploading and streaming content?
2012-05-23 05:35 AM
2012-08-03 03:54 AM
besokare wrote: Kingston KVR1333D3S8S9/2G works too. Had it for 1 week now and no errors.
It has 8 chips in total, 4 on each side.
2012-08-31 06:59 AM