1GB Kingston DDR2 Desktop PC Memory ( PC5300, 667mhz, 240 Pin Dimm ) - £12.99 delivered ! - HotUKDeals
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1GB Kingston DDR2 Desktop PC Memory (PC5300, 667mhz, 240 Pin Dimm) is now just £12.99 delivered @ Play.com!

Main Features:
* Clock Cycle Time (tCK) CL=5: 3ns (min.) / 8ns (max.)
* Row Cycle Time (tRC): 54ns (min.) * Power (IDD0): 1.872 W (operating)
* Refresh to Active/Refresh Command Time (tRFC): 105ns
* Row Active Time (tRAS): 39ns (min.) / 70,000ns (max.)
* Single Power Supply of +1.8V (+/- .1V) * UL Rating: 94 V - 0
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#1
Just ordered one to top my PC up to 3.5gb! Top deal, thanks!
#2
great one! thanks
#3
How could I find out if this would be suitable for my dell dimension 5150? And would I need to two strips? thanks
#4
paden69
How could I find out if this would be suitable for my dell dimension 5150? And would I need to two strips? thanks


Go here (scan)and find out what you need for your system
http://www.crucial.com/store/drammemory.aspx
#5
paden69
How could I find out if this would be suitable for my dell dimension 5150? And would I need to two strips? thanks


Check on Crucial.com and it seems that you could use this in a Dell Dimension 5150. You will need to buy in pairs and at that price you may decide to bin the standard two 256mb modules and buy four to give you between 3 and 3.5 gb of usable ram.
#6
Thanks for the help - I will be certainly getting two at least.
#7
Just a slight warning, I'm not convinced that this ram is dual channel.
#8
correct apparently its not dual channel according to someone who posted on play.com. :-(
#9
niagrab
correct apparently its not dual channel according to someone who posted on play.com. :-(


dual channel only works

1. if your mainboard supports it
2. you have two or four of the exact ram chips, sometimes other brands will work together but needs to be the exact same speed and timmings.
#10
ra_2000k
Go here (scan)and find out what you need for your system
http://www.crucial.com/store/drammemory.aspx


Thats a useful link, thanks.

Pretty good deal too... voted hot :)
banned#11
Bear in mind unless you have a 64bit OS your PC will not be able to use any more than 2gb of ram - you would be wasting your time and money purchasing any more.
#12
dont forget quidco!
#13
Anarchist
Bear in mind unless you have a 64bit OS your PC will not be able to use any more than 2gb of ram - you would be wasting your time and money purchasing any more.


that's odd, my vista 32 bit shows & uses 3.5GB with 4GB fitted losing the 0.5GB for my graphics card
#14
If you want matching pair of kingston

go for these: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/91124

works out to be £29 delivered (so only £3 dearer)
#15
Anarchist
Bear in mind unless you have a 64bit OS your PC will not be able to use any more than 2gb of ram - you would be wasting your time and money purchasing any more.


Simply not true... All 4GB will be detected, however a small portion of it is reserved for hardware reasons, you would see about 3.5GB.
suspended#16
a good deal. You can use use a full 4gb of ram with 32bit, but it will not show the full 4gb, only around 3.5. But you can get dual channel sticks of corsair(2x1gb) pc6400 4-4-4-12 timmings(i think) for £40 for the extra performance it could be worth considering.
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=402849 there
Voted hot as its good price :)
#17
Anarchist
Bear in mind unless you have a 64bit OS your PC will not be able to use any more than 2gb of ram - you would be wasting your time and money purchasing any more.


That's incorrect, the usual amount of RAM that can be seen by a 32bit OS is 3.25GB.
I have 2 dell PC's both running 32bit XP and both have 3GB of RAM that is seen by the OS. When I tried to stick another 1GB in it only went up by 0.25GB.


Anyway, this memory WILL run in dual channel if your M/B supports it, have tested it myself as I bought these exact modules for £17 6 months ago.
#18
I got 2 of these the other day when they were £13.99 they work perfect in dual channel in my asrock Socket AM2 board
#19
Still rocking the more expensive DDR type myself :-(
#20
I've got a 2.6 Pentium4 Fujitsu PC currently running 1GB (4x256MB DDR SDRAM PC2700 (166 MHz))

My Motherboard is- Gigabyte GA-8ISXT

Crucial scan says my PC
"Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200,DDR PC4000 with a maximum of 512MB per slot.*
*Not to exceed manufacturer supported memory."


Crucial also says that my PC supports Duel Channel memory.

[COLOR="Blue"]Does that mean i cannot put 2 of these 1GB chips in my PC?
Also, could i mix it with 2 of the old 256 chips (4 slots) to get 2.5GB?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks[/COLOR]
#21
alfreer1
I've got a 2.6 Pentium4 Fujitsu PC currently running 1GB (4x256MB DDR SDRAM PC2700 (166 MHz))

My Motherboard is- Gigabyte GA-8ISXT

Crucial scan says my PC
"Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200,DDR PC4000 with a maximum of 512MB per slot.*
*Not to exceed manufacturer supported memory."

Crucial also says that my PC supports Duel Channel memory.

[COLOR=blue]Does that mean i cannot put 2 of these 1GB chips in my PC?[/COLOR][COLOR=blue]
Also, could i mix it with 2 of the old 256 chips (4 slots) to get 2.5GB?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks[/COLOR]


No this is the cheaper DDR2, you need DDR which does cost more. Play also does this [COLOR=red]HERE[/COLOR] Just install 2 x 512Mb to get your 1Gb
#22
Thanks for the link tincaman,

Could 2 of these "512MB PC3200 DDR 400Mhz 184pin DIMM" chips be used alongside 2 of my old 256MB DDR SDRAM PC2700 (166 MHz) chips or am i better off using just either 2 or 4 of the new ones?

Thanks again.
#23
[SIZE=2]I have hp 6720 laptop (2GHZ) which was posted on this website and i ordered 1 gb pc2-5300 ram 200 pins .On the invoive it says its 200 pin but on the box it says that it is 1GB PC2-5300 CL5 240-Pin Dimm.does that make any differece or have they sended me the wrong one :x ?[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]please can someone comment on this [/SIZE]
#24
Still around.. thanks for the pointer Lord_Anoobis :)

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