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You won't see any performance gains, at least not noticeable ones with faster ram.
It's really only for over clockers, people with too much money, some special applications and if you have integrated graphics that uses your RAM as vram.
That ram you linked should work for your laptop, did you already buy it?
Since your the specs on your laptop is very limited, I would suggest to buy a little slower ram just to be on the safe side. Being a random HP motherboard who knows what it does with too fast ram, maybe it won't even post.
If performance is what you are looking for in gaming, GPU is the way to go followed by your CPU.
Last edited by naike; 12-14-2012 at 15:07.