Windows 10: New memory advice needed Solved

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    Mint 18.2
       23 Jan 2015 #11

    COMPUTIAC said: View Post
    Dude said: View Post
    I liked the timing better, and the heatsinks
    Will the heat from these and the SSD be too much for the lappy without a cooler ?
    Cannot tell you about the memory but the SSD generates much less heat than the HDD and will give you more battery life in disk operations.
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       23 Jan 2015 #12

    You should be good
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  3.    23 Jan 2015 #13

    labeeman said: View Post
    COMPUTIAC said: View Post
    Dude said: View Post
    I liked the timing better, and the heatsinks
    Will the heat from these and the SSD be too much for the lappy without a cooler ?
    Cannot tell you about the memory but the SSD generates much less heat than the HDD and will give you more battery life in disk operations.
    OK, I thought the Intel SSD's ran hotter. I don't use battery power, its always plugged in and set to conservation mode in the Energy Manager.
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  4.    23 Jan 2015 #14

    Dude said: View Post
    You should be good
    What about the high end temps I have now, are they within range of the CPU ?
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       23 Jan 2015 #15

    From what I read your good up to 98C. Laptops run hot
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  6.    23 Jan 2015 #16

    Dude said: View Post
    From what I read your good up to 98C. Laptops run hot
    Even with the i7 the temp is good ? Again I'm not questioning you, trying to understand it.
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       23 Jan 2015 #17

    If you look at the specs for your cpu

    ARK | Intel® Coreâ

    Where it shows Package Specifications, it list it as Tjunction 100c that is where you will start to throttle, and much more it will shut itself down

    That is the temp it will start throttling
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       23 Jan 2015 #18

    Read this old post, it's confusing but you will get the jist of it. I'm still confused by it

    Confusion with Tcase and TjMax Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
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  9.    23 Jan 2015 #19

    So Tcase would be normal running temp ? TjMax would be the max. running temp. but it should shut itself down before it got to the TjMax ?

    start throttling = slowing down ?

    One last question, should I buy it directly from Crucial ?
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  10. Posts : 10,166
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       23 Jan 2015 #20

    I would buy it from whoever gives you the best price.
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