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Simmtronics Desktop PC Memory - DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400) - 2GB - 8908001305112

best price I found so far!! ordered 2 @ £19.49 each. bargain!!!

if anyone finds cheaper, please let us know


****** Please note, if ordered in a quantity of 2 or greater, the items will be dispatched as matching pairs.
Number Of Modules: 1

Specifications:
Total Size: 2GB
Type: DDR2 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 800Mhz (PC-6400)
Unbuffered
Non ECC
SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
1.8v (+ or - 0.1V)

they got more stock on 9th december & showing pleanty of stock now :)
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#1
The prices of DDR2 seem to only rise, this is a really nice surprise.
#2
Been thinking about doubling the memory in my PC & at this price I think the decision has been made for me.

Thanks OP (_;)

Just noticed that it is showing as 'stock on order'

Edited By: Captain HUKD on Nov 28, 2010 17:35
#3
Captain HUKD
Been thinking about doubling the memory in my PC & at this price I think the decision has been made for me.

Thanks OP (_;)

Just noticed that it is showing as 'stock on order'

you welcome mate!

Didnt check stock. just saw the price & jumped to it? how good are 7DayShop @ "stock or order" orders? i have a PC I built but just running on 2x512mb I found in a box. Black Ops running @ 4FPS!!! so these rams will really help :)
#4
So no stock? are they quite good or are they like play, it arrives when it arrives?
#5
canada16
So no stock? are they quite good or are they like play, it arrives when it arrives?


7dayShop deals are on here all the times so someone must be able to leave feedback?? :3
#6
montana78
canada16
So no stock? are they quite good or are they like play, it arrives when it arrives?
7dayShop deals are on here all the times so someone must be able to leave feedback?? :3

anyone?? anyway I got email advising they're awaiting stock & confirmed they will not charge me for the goods until they've received stock & dispatched it. they'll send confirmation. Its just a question of when they'll get stock :{
#7
Now showing stock levels as Plenty. Think I'll be placing an order later. Thanks OP
#8
yeah, i got e-mail on 9th to say they got stock & sent them. woo hoo!!!!
#9
mamboboy
Great price... I wish the price of 1066mhz ddr2 ram would come down to this level :(

I know.. they are mass producing DDR3's now so they'll have better prices at the moment like one posted earlier (2gb DDR3 for £14.99). maybe you'll get double money for those ddr2 when it comes to upgrading DDR3
#10
Anyone know what the CAS Latency of these is, I'm assuming it will be 6?
1 Like #11
I wouldn't buy Simmtronics - too many problems with it in the past. Their 'lifetime warranty' is also pretty much worthless since they only accept returns to their RMA Centre in Singapore and it has to be sent by 'international signed-for delivery' - not a cheap option....
#12
hauptmann
I wouldn't buy Simmtronics - too many problems with it in the past. Their 'lifetime warranty' is also pretty much worthless since they only accept returns to their RMA Centre in Singapore and it has to be sent by 'international signed-for delivery' - not a cheap option....


if it doesnt work then you buy it you can just send to 7dayshop for refund or exchange.
#13
i bought two sitcks + received last week.
one stick i get 4 beeps when i power on the PC
The other stick boots and i get blue screens.
same spec as ram i have be using.
Dodgy ram? Or do the timings need to be set in the bios. or bios upgraded?
#14
There's a good reason these are so cheap...
They're utter crap.

montana78
hauptmann
I wouldn't buy Simmtronics - too many problems with it in the past. Their 'lifetime warranty' is also pretty much worthless since they only accept returns to their RMA Centre in Singapore and it has to be sent by 'international signed-for delivery' - not a cheap option....
if it doesnt work then you buy it you can just send to 7dayshop for refund or exchange.
That's fine if it's DOA, not if it fails within the 'lifetime warranty'.
It's a manufacturers warranty, after 14 days 7dayshop can wash their hands of it, which I bet they do on a frequent basis with these DIMM's.


Edited By: jukkie on Dec 14, 2010 16:33: .
#15
hi,
Can I buy it for my desktop?

Memory upgrade information
Speed: PC2-6400 MB/sec (message as PC2-5300)
Dual channel memory architecture
Four 240-pin DDR2 DIMM sockets
Supported DIMM types:


Maximum resolution:

PC2-5300 (667 MHz)
PC2-6400 (800 MHz)
Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
Supports 2GB DDR2 DIMMs
Supports up to 8 GB on 64 bit PCs
Supports up to 4 GB* on 32 bit PCs
*32-bit operating systems cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.
#16
kendzi1
hi,
Can I buy it for my desktop?

Memory upgrade information
Speed: PC2-6400 MB/sec (message as PC2-5300)
Dual channel memory architecture
Four 240-pin DDR2 DIMM sockets
Supported DIMM types:


Maximum resolution:

PC2-5300 (667 MHz)
PC2-6400 (800 MHz)
Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
Supports 2GB DDR2 DIMMs
Supports up to 8 GB on 64 bit PCs
Supports up to 4 GB* on 32 bit PCs
*32-bit operating systems cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.


It should work on your system. if it only supports pc5300 then the rams should clock down to pc 5300 speed
#17
I've used 7dayshop before for an item that was Stock on Order and although it took a couple of weeks it was shipped immediately! (it was an 8GB Compact Flash)

I also had a MicroSD card I bought from them die on me and they were superb with sorting out a replacement.

"All items are supplied with a 12 month warranty as standard (unless otherwise stated). Should you require assistance with your item after 12 months we ask that you contact the manufacturer for return details"
#18
thanks,

montana78
kendzi1
hi,Can I buy it for my desktop?Memory upgrade informationSpeed: PC2-6400 MB/sec (message as PC2-5300)Dual channel memory architectureFour 240-pin DDR2 DIMM socketsSupported DIMM types:◦◦Maximum resolution:◦PC2-5300 (667 MHz)PC2-6400 (800 MHz)Non-ECC memory only, unbufferedSupports 2GB DDR2 DIMMsSupports up to 8 GB on 64 bit PCsSupports up to 4 GB* on 32 bit PCs*32-bit operating systems cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.
It should work on your system. if it only supports pc5300 then the rams should clock down to pc 5300 speed
#19
think mines duff then? one stick i would have thought but both?
gunneredw
i bought two sitcks + received last week.one stick i get 4 beeps when i power on the PCThe other stick boots and i get blue screens.same spec as ram i have be using.Dodgy ram? Or do the timings need to be set in the bios. or bios upgraded?

think mines duff then? one stick i would have thought but both?
#20
My son has an Acer M3201 with 2 x 1Gb sticks of this spec inside.
It's a 32bit system so I don't see the point in buying 2 of these 2Gb sticks as I'll only use about 3.5Gb out of 4Gb.
I was thinking of just buying one and sticking it in alongside the other two x 1Gb sticks as I'll just end up with 3.5Gb in use anyway via this route.
What are the potential downsides to doing this as they are obviously not matching pairs?
Will the system still recognize both sizes? Will the speed of the combined ram suffer greatly over 2 x 2Gb matching sticks?

Thanks for any info. :)

Edited By: anglo on Dec 14, 2010 17:48
#21
@anglo, there is a patch for windows kernel that allows 4GB and more to be used with the 32bit ver. It has versions for Vista and Windows7.
#22
Thanks kicko, I'll try and find it. :)
Lots of info about the patch found via google. Thanks again.
I'd still like an answer to "the potential downsides" in my post above, if anyone can help. :)

Edited By: anglo on Dec 15, 2010 01:14: extra info
#23
anglo
Thanks kicko, I'll try and find it. :)Lots of info about the patch found via google. Thanks again.I'd still like an answer to "the potential downsides" in my post above, if anyone can help. :)

I need to re-sort my partitions as steam is killing my primary drive so next time I'll install the 64bit version as I'll have 8GB installed :)
#24
kicko
@anglo, there is a patch for windows kernel that allows 4GB and more to be used with the 32bit ver. It has versions for Vista and Windows7.
Thanks!
how reliable are they though?
#25
got my 2 x 2GB ram & working fine. got windows 7 score of 7.1 for memory X)

shame I only got 5.5 for graphics coz I cant put any graphics card in my present case. But thats allt to change next week when I get my casecom case from e-buyer. then I'm thinking of a 5770 or a gtx 275

what would you say is the both option as I'm getting from CEX & both are similar price?
#26
sent mine back
2 sticks both failed memory tests, dont bother with these
#27
good price, just ordered to update my pc from 2gb to 4gb.
but they have to work at pc5300 instead of pc6400.


Edited By: QYSUCCESSUK on Dec 22, 2010 16:42

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