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To be honest I wouldn't bother with the 4 and 8GB items, as I bought a 32GB for a tenner, it's so cheap now it's well worth having the extra memory in any case.
By Mr. S. J. Matthews on 29 May 2015
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Unlikely if its for a Notebook. Most laptops and portable devices require memory in a different size called a SODIMM, However you'd need to check the manufacturers specifications. From a quick google, they only support 2GB max anyway http://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/msi-micro-star/notebook/u180?search=MSi+… see more Unlikely if its for a Notebook. Most laptops and portable devices require memory in a different size called a SODIMM, However you'd need to check the manufacturers specifications. From a quick google, they only support 2GB max anyway http://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/msi-micro-star/notebook/u180?search=MSi+U180+notebook+ see less
By SLJ Johnson on 09 February 2015
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I do not know. Try downloading the manual for the mobo. Sometimes it lists the compatible memory for it.
By Mr. J. H. Taylor on 23 March 2015
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Physically, yes, but to match up with existing RAM then it's best to use "like for like". The make and/or model number isn't quite as important as the speed, ie. 1600 and the latency, ie. C11. If they're the same as your existing RAM, then there shouldn't be a problem, though a matched pair would the best choice.
By Steve on 18 March 2015
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Yup. Any DDR3 ram will fit.
By Gary Bushell on 14 October 2014
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Yes but with that motherboard you only have two slots so your limited for future memory upgrades, a motherboard with four slots is optimal as should you want to double up your ram in the future you can add two more sticks of DDR 3 where with two slots you would need to replace these for larger more expensive sticks.
By ChrisIOMUK on 16 September 2014
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Yes there are 8 chips on one side in a straight line.
By adams w farren on 25 January 2016
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I don't know the answer to that one. I suggest that you ask the same question in Google - something like 'is VS2GB1333D3 compatible with <your existing ram>'.
By Mr. J. H. Taylor on 04 January 2015
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From H P's "tech info the Corsair memory card looks fine. See below :" Memory
4 GB
Amount: 4 GB… see more
From H P's "tech info the Corsair memory card looks fine. See below :" Memory
4 GB
Amount: 4 GB
Speed: PC3-10600 MB/sec
Type: DDR3-1333
Memory upgrade information
Dual channel memory architecture
Two 240-pin DDR3 DIMM sockets
Supports the following:
PC3-8500 (DDR3-1066)
PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333)
Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
Supports 1 GB, 2 GB, and 4 GB DIMMs
Supports up to 4 GB on 32-bit* systems
Supports up to 8 GB on 64-bit systems" see less

By J A Y on 07 July 2014
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Checking the Lenovo support site it will be supported in your machine.
By Chris Harris on 27 March 2015