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MemoryStock Releases Latest DDR3 Memory Upgrade for Computers and Laptops – New Tools for RAM Buyers

May 10, 2013

With latest DDR3 memory, high-performance and speed brings life back to computers. Latest line of Computer and Laptop RAM memory upgrades from MemoryStock released.

(PRWEB) May 10, 2013

MemoryStock has announced the latest line of RAM memory upgrades with the high-speed DDR3 memory upgrades. Home PC users or high-end business users looking to increase computer, laptop or server performance now receive a double speed advantage with the entry of DDR3 memory. These are backed with lifetime warranty for selected top-quality RAM upgrades.

Starting from mid-2012, MemoryStock started to provide the latest in RAM technology, with the latest release of DDR3 Memory Upgrade. The memory inventory has been updated with the release of high-speed DDR3-1066 PC3-8500 and DDR3-1333 PC3-10666 Memory.

With over a decade of expertise in providing memory upgrade solutions to consumers looking for high-quality RAM for Computer, Laptops and Servers, MemoryStock.com excels in providing these new memory solution in its class. John from MemoryStock says, “We’ve been shipping memory since 1999. Memory for Servers, Computers, Laptop Notebooks, and anything that needs Memory. The latest in our inventory is the new DDR3 Memory with the speeds of DDR3 1066MHz and 1333MHz.”

Memory upgrade on a computer or laptop is sometimes feared by many to be a very technical process. But with the updated Computer RAM finder tools and memory configurator at the users disposal this technical process of identifying the type of memory is made very easy.

Once the RAM scanner or the memory configurator has selected the compatible RAM, with the help of the fingers and a small screwdriver, anyone should be able to upgrade a system RAM with no help. It is now a fairly simple step to purchase latest memory. Go to the homepage of MemoryStock.com and enter the model name or even the motherboard model (if you have an assembled PC) in the Search Model field. If the model name or motherboard model is not know, run the Scan Software found on the homepage. The report will show the model name and motherboard model with the compatible memory list.

John adds, “The first thing you will need to know before you begin a RAM upgrade is to get to know the technical information about your system. This is like finding what material is needed and how much is needed before you start to build a new house. The difference here is you will be able to do it in just few simple steps.”

Janet, a recent memory upgrade user says, “We recently upgraded a series of computers in our company to the max RAM it supported, it really felt like we were using new systems entirely. You´ll really be amazed at the power of this simple, affordable RAM upgrade process. You do not need to be tech savvy to do a memory upgrade.”

DDR3 is an improvement over its predecessor, DDR2 Memory. The primary benefit of DDR3 is the ability to transfer twice the data rate of DDR2, thus enabling higher bus rates and higher peak rates than earlier memory technologies. DDR3 is the next-generation, high-performance solution for CPU systems for Laptop Notebooks, Desktop Computers, Servers etc. DDR3 memory are twice as fast as today’s highest speed DDR2 memory products. All these features make DDR3 memory the choice for today’s computers, laptop notebooks and servers.

The updated inventory of latest memory RAM can be found at their website. To get started with a memory upgrade, on how and when to consider an upgrade, a very good article on this topic can be found here http://blog.memorystock.com/post/Upgrading-Memory-How-and-when-to-consider.aspx

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