[Support Video] Looking to Upgrade Your Blade's RAM? | Razer Insider

[Support Video] Looking to Upgrade Your Blade's RAM?

  • 17 December 2020
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Replacing or upgrading your Blade's RAM is a great way to increase it's longevity and performance. Whether you're looking to replace existing RAM to help fix hardware related issues or want that extra kick of horsepower to give you the gaming edge, the Razer Blade is designed with upgradeability in mind.

Please note that any damages caused by upgrading or modifying the Razer Blade are not covered by Razer's Warranty Policy. For more information, see Razer's Warranty Policy.

Visit the Support page on upgrading RAM: How to upgrade RAM on the Razer Blade | https://mysupport.razer.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3988/

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Need more Memory RAM the Razer Blade?
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My upgrade will be a Blade in this case.
the screwdriver also in razer colour scheme
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something gonna learn
Great tutorial
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For RAZER insiders and non-members who are wanting to upgrade the RAM specs on your RAZER laptop, click here for information on the type of RAM that your laptop can handle.

It is not just capacity we need to worry about, but what DDR# and clock speed it is compatible with.

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There's also one important thing to highlight, the 2020 Blade 15 Advanced actually has a tiny little horizontal latch at the middle back of the cover. When putting back the cover, make sure that the latch is inside the chassis before putting on the screws. Or it'll protrude out and risk bending the area.

I inadvertently bent the cover and the latch without noticing it until a week later while upgrading the laptop...