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Offtek have been supplying laptop memory, computer memory and memory for all devices online since 1997 and have quickly established ourselves as one of the UK's premier memory distributors as well as one of Europe's largest online memory suppliers.

We offer fast, free UK delivery including a 60 day money back guarantee and ensure your order is 100% compatible.

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How to remove your existing memory

When attempting to upgrade your machine you may need to take a look at your original memory to locate further information on the current specification installed. Here are some important things you need to remember to protect the delicate components hidden inside your machine. Read on for some useful tips on how to make sure your memory upgrade goes without a hitch.

Tip 1 - Before starting, make sure that your working environment is free from unnecessary plastic, as it is prone to a buildup of static electricity, which can damage electrical components inside your laptop or desktop PC.

Tip 2 - Be sure to wear an anti-static wrist strap if you have one. This will all but remove the possibility of static damage.

Tip 3 - For your own safety, it is imperative that you turn off the power to the machine. Failure to do so will put not just your computer’s health at risk, but your own as well. If you have a laptop remove the battery and hold down the power button to discharge any power remaining. 

Tip 4 - If you don’t have an anti-static wristband, you should touch the metal casing cover to ground yourself and disperse any static that has built up on your clothing or body.

Tip 5 - When physically removing or inserting RAM, be sure to take care and not use too much pressure or you could damage the hardware. There are clips on either side of the memory which need to be unlocked before you take the memory out of its slot. When replacing the memory if it doesn’t click into place at first, do not force it instead take the memory back out and re-seat the module.

We hope these tips have been helpful. However, if you’re still unsure how to proceed, we would recommend giving us a call and letting one of our helpful tech guys guide you through or taking a look at our detailed laptop memory and desktop memory installation guides.

The History Behind ATP Electronics

Founded in 1991, out of the world-renowned centre of modern electronics, Silicon Valley, ATP Electronics is a major manufacturer of computer memory modules that use NAND technology. Its headquarters subsequently transferred to Taiwan a number of years later and is primarily concerned with producing Solid State Drives, DRAM and MicroSD cards.

ATP offers industrial grade products to the military, the automotive industry, the healthcare sector, the gaming industry and Internet of Things, to name but a few.

Major Firsts
Since its inception, the company has been a pioneer in the field of electronics and responsible for a number of industry firsts, including:

  • The first 1 Gigabyte Multimedia Card to be released onto the global market in 2003
  • The company made strides in the development of greener manufacturing, as it partnered with ‘American Forests’ (a non-profit conservation organisation) to create the first recyclable USB drive using Polylactic acid in 2008
  • In 2010, the ATP boffins came up with the first SSD using a SLC NAND design which could be inserted straight into a motherboard

Serial Innovators
During the same period, ATP launch its GPS PhotoFinder technology, which was an automatic JPEG system for Geotagging purposes. For its day in the mid ‘noughties’, this device was cutting edge and the company gained worldwide media publicity for the innovation.

ATP again showed its social conscience when it partnered with Susan Komen in launching a campaign to find a cure for cancer. It donated a % of the profits it gained for the sale of its ‘Petito’ USB drives to cancer research, cancer treatment, education in cancer and cancer awareness across the world.

This was closely followed by a joint venture with kids TV’s Sesame Street to produce a Video USB drive for youngsters. It was done in aid of creating after school care programmes to a number of US primary schools. 

In recent years, ATP Electronics has made a slow but definite shift in its strategy towards producing memory hardware for the OEM markets. It has worked closely with a number of global electronics giants like Micron, Toshiba and Samsung and itself continues to make waves in the world of big business.

Associated Bodies
ATP is a board member of the SD Association and also plays a pivotal role as a member of JEDEC, the CompactFlash Association, the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance and the Serial ATA International Organisation.

It’s fair to say that since their founding in 1991, ATP have played and continue to play a hugely influential part on the international stage and will likely continue to innovate well into the future.

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