Synology DS216+II: Upgrade memory
The Synology DS216+II DiskStation comes with more than 1 GB RAM. As such, the DS216+II does exactly that which Synology designed it to do, it suffices for use as data storage. However, the lack of random access memory becomes noticeable when streaming films or using it as a surveillance station (camera monitoring). Thanks to the built-in Intel Celeron processor, the DS216+II can however be fitted with up to 8 GB of RAM.
Upgrading RAM as shown here voids all warranties and guarantees by Synology. The upgrade takes place at own risk and I do not assume any liabilities for damages or loss of data.
Suitable memory moduls
As the Synology DiskStation is only compatible with certain memory slots, I have listed all compatible memory slot brands here. This ensures that my visitors do not have to deal with frustrations and problems when upgrading their random access memory. I have been able to personally test all memory slots many times and I can therefore give them my personal recommendation.
All specifications are exactly the same with the original memory modules. That’s the only way to ensure a smooth upgrade and a stable operation.
Three screwdrivers, that’s all the tools necessary to upgrade RAM. If these are readily at your disposal, you can directly start replacing the random access memory:
- 1x Phillips screwdriver (mid-sized)
- 2x flat screwdrivers
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