Thank You for choosing GOODRAM product. Before the ﬁrst use, please read this
user manual to learn about how to use and store this product.
We recommend to retain this manual for future read.
Refers to the following products:
GOODRAM DDR1 DIMM/SODIMM
GOODRAM DDR2 DIMM/SODIMM
GOODRAM DDR3 DIMM/SODIMM
GOODRAM DDR4 DIMM/SODIMM
and future products from the series
Below you will ﬁnd explanation of symbols used in this manual. Please read this
important information before continuing.
Manufacturer declares that this product, marked with CE sign, conforms
with the essential requirements contained in EU directives Responsible for
CE marking is Wilk Elektronik SA, with its registered oﬃce in Laziska Gorne
43-173, Mikolowska 42, Poland. Copy of the declaration can be obtained
by contacting Wilk Elektronik SA.
This product may not be treated as a household waste. It should be utilized
in appropriate recycling center.
The product can be recycled which means that materials used for its
production can be reused.
The product is not a toy and is not intended for children under
the age of three.
To ensure the best user experience and safe use, please follow the precautions
ź expose this product to potential damage and excess heat or extremely
ź immerse any part of this product in water or other liquid
ź place the product near the naked ﬂame
ź provide accurate heat dissipation
ź this product is not a toy and is not intended for children under
the age of three
ź use this product only with compatible devices
Warranty conditions are listed in separate document, available at product
website at www.goodram.com/warranty
Wilk Elektronik SA
43-173 Laziska Gorne
User Manual for
Memory Modules „RAM”
It is forbidden to place the product near the naked ﬂame.
It is forbidden to immerse any part of this product in water or other liquid,
especially when it operates.
It is forbidden to expose this product to potential damage and excess heat
or extremely low temperatures that do not comply with the product
Usage and compatibility
Product intended for use as an internal memory in desktop computers
Memory modules can be divided into DIMM – for desktop computers (PC)
and SO-DIMM – for laptops. To select correct memory module, check the
connector standard in your host device (SDR, DDR, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4).
Standards differ in operating frequency and shape of the edge connector
(number of pins, notch positioning).
In case of connecting a memory module with higher capacity than supported
by the host device, memory can be reduced (please refer to the technical
speciﬁcation of your device).
Before installing the memory module, your computer must be turned off
and unplugged from the power source and the case side panel must be removed.
Remove the old memory module and install the new one in correct memory slot
with the matching notch position. When the memory is placed into the slot
correctly, the side case can be closed and computer can be turned on.
The new memory module will be recognized by the operating system.
Storage capacity for GOODRAM memory modules is always expressed
in decimal values. That means, 1GB equals 1 000 000 000 bytes. Operating
system that use the binary conversion eg. 1GB equals 1 073 741 824 bytes may
show lower storage capacity value than advertised. Additionally, a part of the
storage is reserved for ﬁles and ﬁrmware, managing the drive.