Memory Upgrades in Samsung® Q35
What are the needs and the benefits of upgrading the memory on the Samsung Q35?
Samsung Q35 released in a smaller ultraportable size with a weight of about 1.9Kg. The system comes with Intel Core 2 Duo processor, it can clock a system speed of about 1.83 Gigahertz, the RAM on the system is a combination of a 256 Megabyte onboard a 1 Gigabyte external memory. The system comes with the Intel 945GM Series integrated GPU. The system comes with only one memory slot on which the memory can be expanded as needed. The small-sized system comes bundled with a number of applications and programs, including the Operating System. The system comes with a number of ports that allows you to expand the functionality of the system. It consist of USB, RJ11 and RJ45, memory card reader etc. You can do memory upgrade on the computer to both the primary as well as the secondary memory on the system.
The tips and the benefits of upgrading the memory on the Samsung Q35 is explained in the following passage.
- Need for upgrading memory
- Support multiprogramming
- Upgrading the secondary memory
Need for upgrading memory
The system consist of 1.25 Gigabytes of memory, you can run a number of applications and programs on the system with the help of this memory. The memory of the system can only allow you to run a limited number of programs after which you can see a drop in the system performance in its speed and capability in running the applications. If you would like to run more programs on the system then you can upgrade the memory of the computer.
The system can have the capability to run a multiple number of programs when you upgrade the memory on the system. You can run high-end games and application on the system without the system slow down issue. The greater primary memory on the system can support the processor on the system for better data manipulation on the system. The RAM supported by the Samsung Q35 is the PC-4200 DDR2 RAM. You must upgrade the system with the correct hardware RAM.
You can also improve the retrieval time of the programs and files on the system by expanding the secondary memory on the system. If the secondary memory on the system is occupied then the startup time and the time taken to load the program on the system can be greater. You can expand the memory on the system to a maximum volume of 120 Gigabytes or you can interface the system with an external hard disk and copy all the files that are not needed on the system.