Compatible SSD and RAM for NEO N42C-4

#1
These SSDs are tested and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Slot in NEO N42C-4: 1 x 2280 M.2
supported protocols: M.2, SATA (not support NVMe)
Capacity supports up to 512GB
Code:
Brand         Model            Capacity
Foresee       S40JF128G        128GB
Samsung       MZ-N5E120        120GB
Samsung       MZ-NTY1280       128GB
Samsung       850 EVO          500GB
SanDisk       SD7SN6S          128GB
SanDisk       SD8SN8U          256GB
SanDisk       SD8SN8U          512GB
Intel         SSDSCKHW120A4    120GB
Intel         540S             256GB
Lenovo        GXB0M41970       128GB
Kingston      SM2280S3G2       120GB
Kingston      SM2280S3G2       240GB
Kingston      SM2280S3G2       480GB

These SSDs are tested by USERS and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Code:
M.2 2280 Kingston A400 240GB TLC
SM2280S3G2 240GB
WD Blue 3D NAND 2TB PC SSD - SATA III 6Gbps, M.2 2280 - WDS200T2B0B


These RAMs are tested and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Slot in NEO N42C-4: 2 x SODIMM
Capacity supports up to 8GB + 8GB
Code:
Brand        Model                    Capacity
Kingtigo     TMTS4G58DFRBBIB-1600K    4GB
Kingtigo     TMTS8GF58-1600K          8GB
Kingston     BKMH0871451              4GB
Kingston     BPMK16A1447              8GB
Samsung      M471B5173EB0-YKO         4GB
Samsung      M471B1G73QH0-YKO         8GB

These RAMs are tested by USERS and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Code:
Crucial CT2KIT102464BF160B 16GB kit SODIMM, DDR3L, 1600 MT/s, PC3L - 12800

HyperX HX318LS11IB/8 Impact 8 GB 1866 MHz DDR3L CL11 SODIMM Laptop Memory Module, Black
SO-DIMM

G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR3L 1600mhz CL9 CT51264BF160BJ -

Crucial 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz SODIMM 1.35V/1.5V 204pin PC3-12800 RAM

KUESUNY 16GB Kit (8GBX2) DDR3L-1600 Sodimm RAM, PC3L-12800/PC3L-12800s Memory 204 Pin 1.35V/1.5V CL11 Non-ECC Unbuffered

Timetec Hynix IC 16GB Kit (2x8GB) DDR3L 1600MHz PC3L-12800 Non ECC Unbuffered 1.35V CL11 2Rx8 Dual Rank SODIMM Laptop Memory RAM (16GB Kit (2x8GB))
 
#2
Hi there

I’m new to the forum and can confirm this ram also works
HyperX HX318LS11IB/8 Impact 8 GB 1866 MHz DDR3L CL11 SODIMM Laptop Memory Module, Black

Is it worth me buying another ?

Kind regards

Ed
 
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notrui2

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#5
Hello friends.
I want to upgrade the internal storage of my minix N42C-4.
I know that Kingston SSD M.2 2280 SM2280S3G2 of 240GB is compatible with this device.
I trust in kingston brand and i want to buy Kingston SM2280S3G2 of 240GB but it is unvailable in a shop near my home.

Does anyone know if SSD M.2 2280 Kingston A400 240GB TLC is compatible with the device?
 
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notrui2

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#7
btw i added modules tested by users on first page ;)
Sorry i am new with this device. Are you talking about this page thread one?
I searched in this forum and i found only :
"These SSDs are tested and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Slot in NEO N42C-4: 1 x 2280 M.2 ...." by Minix-Martin

Or are you talking about other link(page)?
 

Skynet

Administrator
#8
Sorry i am new with this device. Are you talking about this page thread one?
I searched in this forum and i found only :
"These SSDs are tested and confirmed to be compatible with NEO N42C-4.
Slot in NEO N42C-4: 1 x 2280 M.2 ...." by Minix-Martin

Or are you talking about other link(page)?
Yes, the first post ;)
I only added modules tested by user. It's easier to find a module.
Unfortunately, no idea for your SSD :(
 

notrui2

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#9
Yes . First post and not thread :). I guess i will have to wait for the Kingston SSD M.2 2280 SM2280S3G2 of 240GB to be available or buy another one. Thank you
 

ArcticWolf

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#10
Yes . First post and not thread :). I guess i will have to wait for the Kingston SSD M.2 2280 SM2280S3G2 of 240GB to be available or buy another one. Thank you
I use the SM2280S3G2 240GB in mine, works great :).

I know you're in Portugal which doesn't have its own Amazon warehousing but it's in stock on Amazon Spain, should be free shipping too :). Any good?
 

notrui2

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#11
I use the SM2280S3G2 240GB in mine, works great :).

I know you're in Portugal which doesn't have its own Amazon warehousing but it's in stock on Amazon Spain, should be free shipping too :). Any good?
I never ordered anything on the internet (just that with physical stores and where i can pick my order), i prefer like this.
I will wait or i will buy another but thank you .
 

ArcticWolf

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#12
Added this model in first post :giggle:
It was already on the list ;). I was just clarifying that it's a good SSD as it's the one notrui2 is looking to purchase ;).

I never ordered anything on the internet (just that with physical stores and where i can pick my order), i prefer like this.
I will wait or i will buy another but thank you .
LOL, there isn't much I don't order online these days :).

It's often considerably cheaper than shops. Amazon (for example) has next day or rapid delivery, & if there's a problem you can have it immediately returned for refund within days too. I realise Portugal has its limitations with Amazon, however.

Whatever works for you though ;)!!
 

CybeRider

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#13
I never ordered anything on the internet (just that with physical stores and where i can pick my order), i prefer like this.
I will wait or i will buy another but thank you .
First time you try it you get addicted.

Amazon, eBay, I use all (posters, electronics, collectibles, you name it). And in Portugal you even have MB Way to generate electronic cards and protect your real bank card data, I use it always, I even tend to forget my PayPal account, except for eBay.

Just avoid purchasing outside the EU as some items will be subject to import taxes and get stuck at customs until sorted out, and then the final price will be higher than expected.

Only problem I can think of at Amazon is not having next day delivery, but the moment you are filling the form they tell you how long it takes. I bought a smart phone there a few months ago and it only took longer because one of the items in the package was, and I knew it, from an outside supplier. As expected it arrived within the agreed dates. Normally it takes only very few days, no big drama. :)
 

notrui2

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#14
Hello friends.
I can confirm this works:
SSD M.2 2280 Kingston A400 240GB TLC
RAM SO-DIMM G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR3L 1600mhz CL9


I had to remove the original 4GB RAM in order to work the 8GB RAM, i dont why it does not work with the two RAMS installed.
I dont know if the RAMS must be installed with equal size (and even with the same brand) in order to work
 
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ArcticWolf

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#15
Hello friends.
I can confirm this works:
SSD M.2 2280 Kingston A400 240GB TLC
RAM SO-DIMMM G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR3L 1600mhz CL9


I had to remove the original 4GB RAM in order to work the 8GB RAM, i dont why it does not work with the two RAMS installed.
I dont know if the RAMS must be installed with equal size (and even with the same brand) in order to work
Different sized RAM modules & modules from different manufacturers are often incompatible with each other ;).

8GB is plenty as well. I have 16GB & the system rarely uses more than 40% :).
 

notrui2

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#17
Hello friends.
Does anyone know if will be possible and SAFE (not causing future issues) to install different RAM sizes , like for example one of 4GB and another 8GB even with different brands ?
I am thinking with a BIOS UPDATE for example.

I had tested with 4GB + 8GB RAM and the OS dont boot, so i removed the 4GB (original ) and i use only the 8GB.
 
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notrui2

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#19
Yes but you have to test them deeply.
Use this app : https://www.memtest86.com/ ;)
What i understand from memtest and i used before a long long time ago is if a Certain RAM is good or not.
I am talking about compatibilty between them.

I know the ideal is to use two modules of memory exactly the same, like for example :
Crucial CT2KIT102464BF160B 16GB kit SODIMM, DDR3L, 1600 MT/s, PC3L - 12800
 

Skynet

Administrator
#20
What i understand from memtest and i used before a long long time ago is if a Certain RAM is good or not.
I am talking about compatibilty between them.

I know the ideal is to use two modules of memory exactly the same, like for example :
Crucial CT2KIT102464BF160B 16GB kit SODIMM, DDR3L, 1600 MT/s, PC3L - 12800
Yes but sometimes you can mix different sort of ram capacity. It's the case in half my PCs :)
 
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