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HP ENVY® 15 Beats Series Memory Upgrades
Speed up your HP ENVY 15 Beats with memory upgrades.
If you would like to speed up your laptop, upgrading the memory might be the fastest and easiest way to do so. Installing or upgrading memory denotes that your computer can load more data from the hard drive into its memory. Like any other laptop computers HP ENVY 15 beats limited edition series of laptops might also require memory upgrades for speeding up its performance.
Further information about memory upgrade as far as your HP ENVY 15 beats laptop is given below:
- When is memory upgrade required on your HP ENVY 15 Beats laptop?
- How much memory can the laptop handle?
- Points to be kept in mind when upgrading memory on HP ENVY 15 Beats laptop
When is memory upgrade required on your HP ENVY 15 Beats laptop?
Memory upgrade on your HP ENVY 15 beats laptop is required when you are looking to perform multiple tasks with your laptop and when you want to run multiple applications at the same time and when you want to play massive games featuring several characters. When the laptop is used for gaming, its performance will naturally reduce and to avoid such circumstances, memory upgrade is required. Memory upgrade is important in laptops since hard drives in laptops are slower as compared to desktop computers.
How much memory can the laptop handle?
When you choose HP ENVY 15 beats limited edition series of laptops, you have four choices as far as memory is concerned, you can select 4 GB, 6GB, 8GB or 16GB DDR3 system memory with 2, 3, 4 and 4 Dimm respectively. Therefore, HP ENVY 15 beats limited edition laptop can handle up to 16GB memory. It is really important to have significant amount and quality of RAM since it is faster than other storage device like hard drives.
The important point to be noticed before going for a memory upgrade is to know the current memory of your laptop, this can be known by going to ‘my computer’ icon, right click and select properties, where the amount of memory and system speed can be found. Decision is to be made on the basis of the current memory of your laptop since this will enable you to know whether there is any room to add more memory.