03-30-2018 01:50 PM - last edited on 03-30-2018 05:16 PM by BelmaHFL
Hello dear Crucial team.
I have the following Info:
Acer TravelMate P253-MG
2.5 GHz Intel Core i7
6GB DDR3 Memory
15.6 inch HD screen
Nvidia GeForce@ 710M with 2GB Dedicated VRAM
Model : TMP 253-MG-73636G75Maks
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When I search the model in internet the reviews say the maximum Ram is 8GB
Can I upgrade the RAM to 16GB without any problems?
Anyone got any experience could help me plz? Thanks for your consideration.
03-30-2018 06:37 PM
There is extremely limited information for this specific model online. I was unable to find anything on Acer's website and Crucial's Advisor Tool doesn't list the "MG" version. I'm not familiar with Acer's laptops to know which ones might be similar. When I did see information regarding memory I'm not sure if the maximum module size is 8GB for a total of 16GB total or if the total installed memory is lmited to 8GB.
I think it will accept 2x8GB for 16GB total, but you should try using the Crucial System Scanner to see what it recommneds for your system or contact Crucial Support by Live Chat to verify the information and get a specific part number to order so it is guaranteed compatible.
03-31-2018 01:04 AM
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03-31-2018 01:23 PM - edited 03-31-2018 01:37 PM
Thank you for responds
I used the Crucial System Scanner in my laptop, It recommended 16GB as maximum Ram, But company say that the maximum Ram for this model is 8GB ..
Here my laptop model in Acer website:
Can I upgrade my ram as Crucial recommend?
I really need more ram for my job!
Thanks in advance..
03-31-2018 07:56 PM
The Acer documentation is a bit vague, but I think when it refers to 8GB it is refering to the largest size of a single module which would mean Acer supports 16GB total (2x8GB).
You should be Ok to purchase whatever the Crucial System Scanner shows you as compatible with your system. Crucial gives you a 100% guarantee on compatibility if you order the memory suggested by the Crucial System Scanner (or the Crucial Advisor Tool). Click on the "guarantees compatibility" link on the Crucial home page just beneath these two tools for confirmation.
04-06-2018 06:59 AM
I was emailed Acer Support and this is their response
04-06-2018 12:59 PM
@Mohd Thanks for your question. @HWTech is correct. If our scanner lists the 16GB of memory as being compatible with your system it has been tested and is guaranteed to be compatible. We would advise trying it out with your system. Acer normally does not go back and test upgrades with systems as they are released. This is why their documentation still reflects the max of 8GB of RAM. We have a 45 day return policy for full money back. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.