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2GB OCZ 6400 DDR2 Gold for £46.23 delivered

£46.23 @ BT Shop
Just ordered the above 2x 1GB modules, for a great price of £46.23 delivered. Managed this by using the free shipping via dabs (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/44810/free-delivery-dabs-no-min-spend), … Read More
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Just ordered the above 2x 1GB modules, for a great price of £46.23 delivered.

Managed this by using the free shipping via dabs (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/44810/free-delivery-dabs-no-min-spend), then selecting the OCZ Gold modules (quicklinx: 4KZCAA). After this, went via Google Checkout, taking advantage of the £5 off £50 offer (bit cheeky as the modules come in at £51.23 inc VAT). Comes to £46.23 delivered!
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#1
how do i know if they will fit my comp?
1 Like #2
Hi,

There 240 pin DDR2 modules. They are 6400 rated, so run at 800MHz. Perhaps refer to your motherboard manual to see if this type will work.

I think this is a great price, as most 6400 DDR2 are about £55-60 without delivery charges.
#3
nice find stud, this is a good price for 6400.
#4
agreed, very good price, cheapest before was about £55
#5
Thanks for the thumbs up, but tbh I was compiling two other offers found here onto an already fairly good price for a branded set of modules. Should go nicely with the Core 2 Quad I've got coming...

:)
#6
Sh0rty
how do i know if they will fit my comp?


Go here:

http://www.crucial.com/

Click "scan my system". - it will tell you what you can use :)
#7
excellent price for this RAM...voted hot!
banned#8
Super deal for those looking for a bargain. These babies latency is 4-5-5-15 so that's a bonus. If I didn't have my current PC6400 Corsair 2x1gb modules I would've snatched a pair. It was only back in April I got my 2x1gb Corsair modules and they were around £50 a stick :o
#9
I was just looking for memory like this a couple days ago. This is a very good price.
#10
Archer
Super deal for those looking for a bargain. These babies latency is 4-5-5-15 so that's a bonus. If I didn't have my current PC6400 Corsair 2x1gb modules I would've snatched a pair. It was only back in April I got my 2x1gb Corsair modules and they were around £50 a stick :o

them timings are hardly anything special:whistling:
#11
lol you want 4-4-4-12 latency ideally.

Crucial Ballistix are the best DDR2 modules going atm really, can clock to over 1000mhz! Got mine running at 710mhz 3-3-3-10

Nice price for DDR2 though! Just have to see if it overclocks at all!
#12
OK, I'm interested in this.. I'm currently only at 758mb.

A Crucial scan reveals my motherboard can take..

"DDR memory with support for DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200,DDR PC4000 speeds."
[SIZE=3]
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[SIZE=3]No mention of DDR6400..?[/SIZE]
#13
VanDutch
OK, I'm interested in this.. I'm currently only at 758mb.

A Crucial scan reveals my motherboard can take..

"DDR memory with support for DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200,DDR PC4000 speeds."
[SIZE=3]
[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]No mention of DDR6400..?[/SIZE]


This memory won't work on your motherboard.
#14
You can get Corsair T2X2048-6400C4 ram for £64 delivered from Scan if you want really fast ram for a relatively similar price, but this is good if you're on a budget. I wouldn't consider skimping on ram though.
#15
If you aren't overclocking, this will do just fine.

Now should you be OC, then you might want something with lower latency, like 4-4-4-12 (like the mentioned Corsair memory).
#16
If you have an Intel Core 2 Duo based PC the latency won't really make much (if any) of a difference, becomes more apparent if you are running AMD or the older Intel Chips.
#17
#18
aaah,,
and on that subject
can anyone explain to me in thick newbie terms how i would

a) Find out if my old pc can have more memory added
b)how to find out what type
c),,er,,i just thought there should be a c;-)
im using a very old pc to run music recording software,
and its not coping very well you see:?
banned#19
Archer
Super deal for those looking for a bargain. These babies latency is 4-5-5-15 so that's a bonus. If I didn't have my current PC6400 Corsair 2x1gb modules I would've snatched a pair. It was only back in April I got my 2x1gb Corsair modules and they were around £50 a stick :o


Oops I was tired and thought it was 4-4-4-15, nevertheless the latency is not bad at all and this deal is great value for money considering I paid £55 a dimm for some Corsair PC6400 rated at 5-5-5-12.
#20
monsterpop
aaah,,
and on that subject
can anyone explain to me in thick newbie terms how i would

a) Find out if my old pc can have more memory added
b)how to find out what type
c),,er,,i just thought there should be a c;-)
im using a very old pc to run music recording software,
and its not coping very well you see:?


Go tro [url]www.crucial.com[/url] and tun the scan. It will tell you what you can have.
#21
Ive taken a risk and gone for this!?? Hope its good
#22
Thanks gr8 deal for 2gb will go well with the Core2Duo system I am putting together
#23
Luksi


That is 667mhz whereas the one offered in the thread is 800mhz, 17% faster.
#24
My memory arrived this morning - can confirm they are 4-5-5-15, Gold Revision 2.

Not bad for the price, looking fwd to assumbling it in my new build. Can I overclock this even slightly?
#25
This is the model that can be easily overclocked and is very fast:
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4KZD
Costs a bit more but worth the money! (£56, currently not in stock).

eBuyer has the same for £60. Check out the great reviews on this item: :thumbsup:
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/116755
#26
Sorry to bump this thread but I still havent received any confirmation of my order from dabs yet is this normal?
#27
Stud
My memory arrived this morning - can confirm they are 4-5-5-15, Gold Revision 2.

Not bad for the price, looking fwd to assumbling it in my new build. Can I overclock this even slightly?


Mine came this afternoon and basically ditto.
#28
Stud
My memory arrived this morning - can confirm they are 4-5-5-15, Gold Revision 2.

Not bad for the price, looking fwd to assumbling it in my new build. Can I overclock this even slightly?


OCZ RAM is generally aimed at the overclocker market. :thumbsup:
#29
so what settings should i select in my bios when im running a fsb of 150mhz for my p4 805 2.66 at 3ghz?

I mean what mhz speed?

i get so confused these days

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