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Kingston 8GB (1x 8GB) 1600MHz DDR3L RAM

CCL Code: RAM3429
Manufacturer Code: KCP3L16SD8/8
| Manufacturer: Kingston

Key Features:

  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL11
  • Speed: 1600MHz (PC3-12800)
  • 1 x 8GB SO-DIMM Memory
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

Delivery Options

Tuesday 26th October via Priority Delivery

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Collection Options

Wednesday 27th October from Local Collection Point


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Kingston 8GB (1x8GB) Memory Module 1600MHz 204-Pin CL11 DDR3L SODIMM Non-ECC Unbuffered 1.35V

Kingston memory is designed, manufactured and rigorously tested to meet the exact specifications of each brand name system. It’s guaranteed to be compatible and backed by a lifetime warranty and legendary Kingston reliability.



Memory Speed 1600MHz
Designation PC3-12800
Pin Configuration 204 pins
CAS Latency CL11
Memory Type DDR3L
Memory Size 8192 MB
Number of Modules 1 module(s)
Module Size 8192 MB
Memory Package SO-DIMM
Bus I/O Configuration Unbuffered
Error Correction Non ECC


Voltage 1.35 V


Form Factor Memory Module
Case Colour Green

Key Features

Individual Module Size 8192 MB
Main Colour Green
Memory Modules Kit Size 1
Memory Standard PC3-12800
Memory CAS 11
Memory Voltage 1.4 V
Memory ECC No
Memory Buffered No
XMP Support No


Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code KCP3L16SD8/8
EAN 0740617253757
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code KCP3L16SD8/8
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4 / 5 1 review


June 2020

Bought this for a NUC running fedora server 31. I wanted to run 2 VMs: One with Nextcloud and one with Gitlab. Everything works well. No problems. Just put it in and away I went. Also replaced my HDD with a SSD which reduced the noise level a lot.