Reasons for Opting for Lenovo® ThinkPad X201 Memory Upgrades
How to start memory upgrades in Lenovo ThinkPad X201
The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 is one of the smaller laptops that have been released by Lenovo. The system comes built on a 12” chassis and has an 11” screen. The small system comes with a good deal of computing power and comes with a long battery life with an average of 11 hours. The ultra portable laptop comes with the latest Windows 7 operating system installed on it and has a spill resistant keyboard that does not allow any liquid to seep in through the keyboard into its circuitry. The system comes with the Intel Dual Core processor and clock a speed of about 2.66 GHz.
The needs and benefits of upgrading the memory on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 are described in the following points:
- Need for memory upgrade
- Benefits of a memory upgrade
- Memory upgrades on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201
Need for memory upgrade
The primary memory on the system determines the programs that can run on the system and operating system that can be supported by the system. The primary memory is used for running the programs on the system and works alongside the processor; a powerful processor with inadequate primary memory will result in slow performance. The primary memory on the system can then be upgraded when there is a greater memory requirement for running the operating system and multiple programs at the same time.
Benefits of a memory upgrade
The memory upgrade on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 will allow you to run more programs and give better support for the programs that run on the system. The increase in memory allows you to run applications and tools such as graphics and picture editing software on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 laptop. The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 can allow a memory upgrade of 4 GB to its system; it runs on the DDR3 SDRAM that has a clock speed of 1067 MHz.
The memory upgrade on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 can be done to the system when there is a need for running more applications on the laptop. The system comes with a 1 GB or 2 GB memory that is installed by default on the system. It has two memory modules for upgrading the RAM. You can upgrade this to a 4 GB RAM module. You can upgrade the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 if the system performance is found to degrade because of the lack in memory or also if the current primary memory installed on the laptop is completely used by the Operating System and the programs that run on the system.