You can find memory specifications here:
However, you should check the motherboard specifications as well for this soldered down BGA processor.
Summarizing, you want DDR3L (low power DDR3) memory. Processor is validated at 1333MHz. I usually purchase DDR3L-1600 regardless. I usually purchase Crucial myself.
DDR3L-1600 memory is capable of running at a slightly higher clock speed. This speed is above the level validated by Intel, however, and some systems may ignore this additional capability for compatibility or reliability reasons. I purchase this faster memory because there is a significantly higher sales volume for these faster parts and thus are often less expensive. If operation at 1600MHz is problematic, I simply configure them to run at 1333MHz. For 100% compatibility, you should purchase DDR3L-1333.
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The guidelines that may help you are stated in section 12.2, on pages 282 and 283 of the Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor E3800 Product Family Datasheet document # 538136. This document can be found at: