2GB Integral DDR3 RAM (1333MHz) for Laptops (SODIMM) - £12.44 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic deal. 2GB DDR3 (1333MHz) Laptop RAM (SODIMM) from [email protected] World.
Costs £49.99 when buying in store but if you buy online or over the phone you only pay £12.44! You can't resevrve for store pick-up as its home delivery only however delivery is free! I bought 2 and will recieve them in 3-5 days. I ordered over the phone and for some reason had to put it through as two seperate transactions as their system wouldn't let the sales lady put them through together but thats not a problem. She took all the delivery details from the first one and i just had to give my card details again. Enjoy!
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#1
Very good find - especially as delivery is free!
#2
I need some ram, no idea what kind of ram my laptop takes though
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kurv
I need some ram, no idea what kind of ram my laptop takes though
do a search for tools like speccy or cpu-z. i recommend speccy as its more in-depth than cpu-z however they are both good utilities. speccy will give you all the information you need about your system including what type of ram you have. i'm sure i got both on ign. hardware limitations play a part in how much ram you can have. for example a 32 bit version of windows 7 is limited to 4gb of ram max where as with a 64 bit version your pretty much unlimited (we're talking terabytes here). some motherboards have limits on the amount of ram they can cope with regardless of what OS you have. speccy will give you all those details. another good way to find out the exact speed in MHz you currently have is to use the command prompt. click start (in windows vista and 7), type cmd in the search box, open cmd and type "wmic memorychip get speed" exactly the way it appears here except without the quotations and it will say: speed followed by a number. that is the speed of your currently installed ram in MHz. hope that helped!

Edited By: fleetstdemon on Apr 19, 2011 01:12
#4
What are the issues with installing unmatched RAM pairs? I think the one I have is 2GB PC3-8500 1066MHz DDR3, but would it matter if I put in this one with the existing one? They're both the same size, so will fit but I am aware there may be some issues, I just don't know what.
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xfirebladex
What are the issues with installing unmatched RAM pairs? I think the one I have is 2GB PC3-8500 1066MHz DDR3, but would it matter if I put in this one with the existing one? They're both the same size, so will fit but I am aware there may be some issues, I just don't know what.


With normal ram it's no issue (99% of the time) it will just run at the speed of the slowest module in your system. In your case your original one.
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xfirebladex
What are the issues with installing unmatched RAM pairs? I think the one I have is 2GB PC3-8500 1066MHz DDR3, but would it matter if I put in this one with the existing one? They're both the same size, so will fit but I am aware there may be some issues, I just don't know what.
the main issue will probably be that you ram speed will be limited to the speed of the slowest installed stick. this one is 1333MHz and yours is 1066MHz so that will be the maximum speed. however you will still get a good performance boost as your OS will just treat it like having 2 1066MHz sticks installed. i am far from an expert on the subject but i don't see any other issues. you can't do things like mix and match DDR2 and DDR3 but as both will be DDR3 you should be fine:)

EDIT: didn't notice you already answered that gavinlewishukd;)


Edited By: fleetstdemon on Apr 19, 2011 01:30: duplicate word
#7
cheers ordered, cheapest ive seen 2gb ddr3 soddim
#8
£49.99.....not recently!

This is also a good price though for 4GB:

4GB for £26.29
#9
decent price, i got mine from scan for £10.89 on their deal of the day for kingston last week
#10
Any idea if this is good for MSi CR630 lappy I got from Argos just before Xmas?
#11
Good price. Oddly enough, I bought 2GB (2 x 1GB) of Integral's DDR2 PC2-6400 for my parent's aged laptop from here for £18.97 just last week. Not the deal of the century, but a few quid cheaper than anywhere else and arrived next day.
#12
Good price. Website says unavailable though. Expired?
#13
This is cheaper than DDR2
#14
it would be if it was instock :(
#15
will this work with dell 1525?
#16
btw link takes you to DDR2 sticks now, dont buy them by missteak will you!?
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"We're out of DDR3 RAM, so we recommend some DDR2 RAM instead!"

Really? A recommendation on par with using old engine oil to fertilise your lawn.

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