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Look for DDR3 sodimms that have a voltage rating of 1.35V, that’s what DDR3L is.

kocho said:You might be able to get away with it depending on Lenovo’s BIOS, but this will make the laptop run hotter (likely the CPU, where the memory controller is integrated) and reduce the battery life a tiny bit. Look for DDR3 sodimms that have a voltage rating of 1.35V, that’s what DDR3L is.

It won’t damage anything. Your CPU is specified to be able to use regular DDR3. BUT, you have an Ultrabook, and your vendor (Lenovo) may or may not have programmed the BIOS to accept regular voltage DDR3, for the sake of heat and battery life, if the BIOS support is not there, the computer simply won’t boot, but I doubt that Lenovo has gone above and beyond on this. Here is a list from Newegg:

kocho said:You might be able to get away with it depending on Lenovo’s BIOS, but this will make the laptop run hotter (likely the CPU, where the memory controller is integrated) and reduce the battery life a tiny bit. Look for DDR3 sodimms that have a voltage rating of 1.35V, that’s what DDR3L is.

It won’t damage anything. Your CPU is specified to be able to use regular DDR3. BUT, you have an Ultrabook, and your vendor (Lenovo) may or may not have programmed the BIOS to accept regular voltage DDR3,
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for the sake of heat and battery life, if the BIOS support is not there, the computer simply won’t boot, but I doubt that Lenovo has gone above and beyond on this. Here is a list from Newegg:I am now given to understand that the BIOS on my Lenovo S210 IdeaPad will not support the upgrade from 4GB to 8GB of RAM, despite my having purchased the new card from Crucial for $139.00. I contacted them and they sent me a replacement, which I find tonight still doesn’t work in it, the machine won’t boot at all, though it powers up, of course. The 8GB card is DDR3 1600 1.35V DR x8 ECC SODIMM.

I just came across the same issue in trying to find the right RAM to upgrade my lenovo s210. See the link below, as it may be what you need. I have not tested it yet but will be ordering it soon. According to the crucial website, it is guaranteed to work with this model laptop. Only difference I see from what you listed, is that the module below is “Non ECC”. ECC RAM is not compatible. DDR3L is a dual voltage standard, it should work fine with DDR3, but not all the time on laptops. My laptop supports both DDR3 and DDR3L, currently it has DDR3 in it, but my CPU and motherboard have two separate controllers for it. I would guess your issue is with ECC ram which is not compatible with non ECC systems,
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I’ve never even heard of commonly available SODIMM ECC modules.