on 22.09.2019 10:53
OK thanks, I can see they are offering a Dimm there but it's very expensive at nearly 70eu including shipping. All I want to know is what the generic product is so I can make my own buying decision. It's ridiculous that it's such a mystery.
on 22.09.2019 11:57
what kind of ram you got was written to you in post 4 of @TPFLegionaire
if you want to have an exact name read the ram data with:
22.09.2019 12:09 - edited 22.09.2019 12:10
Hi - that's helpful, thanks. I'm using CPU-Z but I'm concerned it doesn't give enough information on exactly what brand is used. In order to get the additional boost you can get from using two 'identical' (I guess close to is enough) sticks I want to be sure that what I get is as similar as possible.
CPU-Z tells me little more than post 4. Post 4 is very helpful, though.
on 22.09.2019 12:26
look under "SPD" do you have no name/part number there as in this example picture:
22.09.2019 12:32 - edited 22.09.2019 12:34
Hahaha I'm an idiot! I'm so sorry to take up your time with my stupidiy. Yes, I do...
I'm not sure why my pictures are not showing...
DIMM # 1
SMBus address 0x50
Memory type DDR4
Module format SO-DIMM
Module Manufacturer(ID) Samsung (CE00000000000000000000)
SDRAM Manufacturer (ID) Samsung (CE00000000000000000000)
Size 8192 MBytes
Max bandwidth DDR4-2666 (1333 MHz)
Part number M471A1K43CB1-CTD
Serial number 404ACB21
Manufacturing date Week 32/Year 18
Nominal Voltage 1.20 Volts
on 22.09.2019 13:19
14.10.2019 16:47 - edited 15.10.2019 09:07
I am expecting my new DIMM tomorrow and I am confident that this time it will fit and work as the part number is correct.
I bought it from Scan.co.uk in the UK , with tax and delivery it cost about £42
In case anyone wants to look at this - here is a direct link to the product:
Update: Ram received this morning and installed and all sorted. Genuine Samsung Dimm as well.