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  1. Help - RAM Upgrade for VPCYB15AG

    Hi..I have Vaio VPCYB15AG with WIndows 7 32bit. Now it's archived / discontinued model. It came with 2GB RAM and one unused RAM slot. I am planning to add another 2 GB. However need to know if that's supported by this model. Memory Specs on regional site http://www.sony.co.in/product/vpcyb15ag Pre-installed/Max 2 GB (2 GB x 1) DDR3 SDRAM (MAX) SO-DIMM slots DDR3 SO-DIMM slots (Unused Memory slot 1) Memory Speed 1066 MT/s Output from Speccy (system info software) RAM Type DDR3 Size 2048 MBytes Manufacturer Nanya Technology Max Bandwidth PC3-10700 (667 MHz) DRAM Frequency 532.0 MHz Motherboard Model VAIO (N/A) Version C9012X4A I am bit confused with the spec Pre-installed/Max. while 2 GB is pre-installed, it just mentions as (MAX) does it mean this laptop board can only support 2GB MAX? Also if another 2GB is supported, can 1066 and 1333 coexists on board? Thanks.
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