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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby AnubisB » Fri Jan 22, 2021 6:00 am

Great News!

So I decided to try something different, I decided to install the 16GM Kingston in the primary Memory Slot ( the one that is difficult to reach) as the primary memory , the NAS booted to 16GB :D :D
I also took it one step further and being greedy :twisted: , didn't want to leave out the 4GB that came with the NAS, so I tried installing it as the secondary memory in the outside slot, the NAS booted to 19.37 GB :D :D
So i guess the issue was that the bigger memory module had to be the primary one.

Mission Accomplished!!

I hope this helps.

Now on to fix my VPN Issue.
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby TheNewHP » Fri Jan 22, 2021 6:58 am

AnubisB wrote:Great News!

So I decided to try something different, I decided to install the 16GM Kingston in the primary Memory Slot ( the one that is difficult to reach) as the primary memory , the NAS booted to 16GB :D :D
I also took it one step further and being greedy :twisted: , didn't want to leave out the 4GB that came with the NAS, so I tried installing it as the secondary memory in the outside slot, the NAS booted to 19.37 GB :D :D
So i guess the issue was that the bigger memory module had to be the primary one.

Mission Accomplished!!

I hope this helps.


Great to read this! Leaves the question if 2 x 16GB will also work. So I will order 2x 16GB and keep my fingers crossed. Will post to inform you about the result (they are hard to get here in the Netherlands, might take some time).

Thanks HP
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby flyingj » Sat Jan 23, 2021 7:44 am

flyingj wrote:Well I should get my AS6604T tomorrow and I just ordered 8GB memory: https://www.newegg.com/kingston-8gb-260 ... klink=true

I'll post back here with how it goes when it arrives! (And I'm curious to see some other responses here with their experience with adding RAM.)


OK Followup. It took me twice to get the memory inserted properly. (I didn't push it in far enough before clicking it down.) This, like the other poster was an 8GB in the spare slot and now I'm up and reading 12GB memory.

Sweet!
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby JAS155 » Sat Feb 06, 2021 10:07 am

Sorry I didn't see the post about about the S vs D. I did check the model number and it is D. I also got my other stick in tonight and installed it. Both 16s installed and working fantastically.
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby spikey1973 » Mon Feb 08, 2021 9:51 pm

I just ordered my 6604.

and have some spare parts lying around after upgrading my dell xps 15. namely:
1) 2x 4gb sodimm dell 2666Mhz
2) 256gb NVMe SSD

any thoughts on compatibility? specifically the memory and it being 2666Mhz? anyone have any experience getting that working? it is single sided sodimm.

I understand it ofcourse needs to be inserted properly and that not everything is easily reachable (just as my 6102) but i have small fingers so that be oke.

any thoughts.
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby JAS155 » Sat Feb 13, 2021 12:04 pm

All I can suggest is trial and error. You have a good chip just add the others one at a time and see what happens.
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby aragorn » Sun Feb 28, 2021 2:33 pm

In the compatibility list some memory that works with AS53 is also compatible with AS66. I have tested and have been using (2x8GB) HX426S15IB2/8 and it has been working fine. Do not mix memory speeds however as this is DDR4-2666 (stock is DDR4-2400).
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Re: Memory compatibility AS6604T

Postby ndl101 » Thu Jul 22, 2021 12:59 am

aragorn wrote: ... (2x8GB) HX426S15IB2/8 and it has been working fine. Do not mix memory speeds however as this is DDR4-2666 (stock is DDR4-2400).

I can verify this. Just replaced another kit with two blocks of these.

Additionally, I have determined that G.Skill F4-2400C16D-16GRS (2x8GB dual channel kit) did not work for me. If one of the blocks was added to the secondary slot in addition to the original RAM, the block was not detected at all but the NAS would boot just fine. The NAS did detect one block if it had replaced the original RAM in the primary slot but halted on boot if anything else was added in the secondary slot, including the second block from the kit.

I made it long as I lacked the time to make it short.

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