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Synology RAM Module D3NS1866L-4G
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- DDR3L - 1866 SO - DIMM 4GB for Apollo Lake CPU
- Applied Model: DS218+, DS718+, DS918+
- For expanding your Synology NAS server's memory capacity
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Data is at the heart of every industry's transformation, and this is where Synology has a profoundly important role to play. At its very core, our mission is to manage and protect the world’s data. Synology uniquely enables every business to manage, secure, and protect their data wherever access is needed from flash to disk to multiple cloud architectures – at the scale needed to accommodate the exponential data growth of the digital world.
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I'm running a DS218+ and installation was incredibly simple. I just had to shut down the NAS, pull out my drives to access the expansion slot, push in the module, lock it down, put my drives back in (make sure you put them back in the same drive bays they came out of), boot it back up and the RAM was recognized.
Make sure you need to upgrade the RAM before doing such. If you're using your Synology as basic network storage then you probably don't need to upgrade. In my case I'm using it for network storage, source control, a media server, and more, so I was capping out on my RAM frequently. Post-installation I did notice quite a bit more breathing room which is nice.
People seem to have great success with Crucial RAM so if you're running a personal NAS then I'd definitely go that route. If it's for business then maybe consider going with officially supported RAM but also you'll probably be just fine with something like Crucial. I happen to be hyper-paranoid so I went official. It's about 3X the cost and honestly it's not really worth the added cost, but at least there's a slight peace of mind knowing the RAM I'm using is official, but that peace of mind comes at a ridiculous cost so for most people it's probably not really worth it.