Revision as of 14:53, 2 May 2020 by Bugmenot2 (added more information)
Available DRAM modules from Lenovo
|DDR2 type||Individual / Single-Pack
Option Marketing Part Number
Marketing Part Number
|Field Replacement Unit|
(FRU) Service Part Number
|Non-ECC, unbuffered 2Rx16 256MB PC2-4200 CL4||73P3840||N/A||73P3841|
|Non-ECC, unbuffered 2Rx16 512MB PC2-4200 CL4||73P3842||N/A||73P3843|
|Non-ECC, unbuffered 2Rx8 1GB PC2-4200 CL4||73P3844||N/A||73P3845|
|Non-ECC, unbuffered 2Rx8 2GB PC2-4200 CL4||73P3846||N/A||73P3847|
Models that support this technology
|T43, T43p||N/A||Occupied||Depends||2GB1 3||2GB1 3|
|X41, X41 Tablet||256MB or 512MB||Occupied||N/A||2GB2 3||2GB2 3|
|R51e, R52||N/A||Occupied||Depends||2GB1 3||2GB1 3|
|Z60t, Z60m||N/A||Occupied||Depends||2GB1 3||2GB1 3|
- Attained via two 2Rx8 1GB DDR2 non-ECC SO-UDIMMs, also possible with 1Rx8 1GB DDR2 non-ECC SO-UDIMMs.
- Attained via one 2Rx8 2GB DDR2 non-ECC SO-UDIMMs, may not be possible with 1Rx8 2GB DDR2 non-ECC SO-UDIMMs.
- The i915 series chipsets are completely incapable of addressing over 2GB, not because of an I/O space limitation, but due to Intel's intentional hardware limitation (a.k.a. crippling them). This is painfully obvious as the desktop i915 series chipsets are not affected by this limitation, since they can address past 2GB (up to 4GB).
Available DRAM modules from other companies
|Manufacturer||Partnumber||Description||Tested on model|