What's the deal with DDR3L memory?
I have an Acer laptop, 20011 model year, celeron 2 core. The documentation just says DDR3 memory.
I was looking at RAM on newegg. I want to upgrade to max, which is 2 x 8 GB sticks. I picked out a highly rated memory with good price, but in looking at it I noted that it's marked DDR3L instead of DDR3.
I know L is for low voltage. I don't know if my laptop will work with low voltage RAM.
Any tips on how I can find out? Should I look for RAM that doesn't have the DDR3L identification?
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