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Product description

Capacity:8GB Module - DDR4-21300 (PC4-2666)

OFFTEK 8GB Replacement RAM Memory for HP-Compaq Pavilion Notebook 17-cd0041ur (DDR4-21300 (PC4-2666)) Laptop Memory

OFFTEK Part Number :- FT8GSK64V9U-1995177

Capacity :- 8GB Module

Form Factor :- DIMM 260-pin

Memory Type :- DDR4 SDRAM

Bandwidth :- DDR4-21300 (PC4-2666)

Memory Specs :- 260 Pin 1.2v DDR4 PC4-21300 SoDimm

Equivalent to OEM Part :- 1995177-HP-8192

Premier Brand Memory

We only use branded memory modules from leading manufacturers which includes but is not limited to :- Samsung, Hynix and Micron.

100% Compatibility

Every memory product matched specifically to your machine is individually tested to guarantee reliability and 100% compatibility with your computer and operating system.

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Feel confident that your memory will last a lifetime. Our limited lifetime warranty guarantees that if your memory should ever fail we will replace or repair the product free of charge provided that it is still manufactured.

OFFTEK 8GB Replacement RAM Memory for HP-Compaq Pavilion Noteboo

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