Crucial 16GB Kit (2 X 8GB) 1600 MT/s (PC3L-12800) 204-Pin SODIMM DDR3L Memory (CT2KIT102464BF160B)

CT2KIT102464BF160B is a 16GB kit consisting of (2) 8GB DDR3 1.35V Notebook module that operates at speeds up to 1600 MT/s and has a CL11 latency. It is dual voltage and can operate at 1.35V and 1.5V. It is Unbuffered and is non-ECC. It conforms to the industry standard SODIMM layout of 204 pins and is compatible with computers that take DDR3 SODIMM memory.

Product Features

  • Increases system performance
  • Easy to install
  • Premium quality memory from a trusted brand
  • DIMM Type:- Unbuffered
  • This is a dual voltage piece and can operate at 1.35V or 1.5V

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3 Responses to Crucial 16GB Kit (2 X 8GB) 1600 MT/s (PC3L-12800) 204-Pin SODIMM DDR3L Memory (CT2KIT102464BF160B)

  1. ƒůℤźϔ ωൠ... says:

    Great upgrade for Lenovo Y410P, HP Chromebox. CT2K8G3S160BM/CT2C8G3S160BM and CT2KIT102464BF160B/CT2CP102464BF160B are identical I purchased the Crucial CT2K8G3S160BM 2x8GB to increase the memory in my Lenovo Y410P laptop from 8-GB to 16-GB. My Y410P has two memory slots, and one slot was already occupied by a factory-installed Samsung M471B1G73QH0-YK0 8-GB memory card. I probably could have just added another 8-GB card. But to avoid any possible memory glitches, I prefer not to mix-and-match memory cards of different types. The existing Samsung memory was PC3L/DDR3L, with the ‘L’ signifying that it is low-voltage…

  2. SnarkyTexan says:

    Thank God I Upgraded HP Envy 15.6″ Widescreen with TouchSmart and Beats Audio. It came with 8gb RAM. I bought it for my degree in graphic design. Needed to run the Adobe Creative Cloud programs. It did, for a while. Then it started lagging. I bought that laptop specifically because it’s upgradable to 16gb RAM. The research I did brought me to this 16gb Kit. I’ve had it in my laptop for about 15 months now and haven’t had a problem. I loved how lightening fast my laptop is. Still is. Crucial is an excellent…

  3. Tom Long says:

    Early 2011 MacBook Pro 13″ The first boot was excruciatingly slow and suspenseful. After all, Apple says that my early 2011 MacBook Pro 13″ is only good for up to 8 GB of RAM. But encouraged by other reviews saying the 16 GB kit worked on their computer, I placed my order. You will need a very tiny screwdriver to get the screws out of the back of a laptop like mine and, perhaps, your wife’s help to find the tiny screw that gets lost in the carpet. The old RAM popped right out. I foolishly tried to insert the new RAM…