4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 1333MHz Memory Kit 1.5V CL9 - £24.99 + £1.51 Postage @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 1333MHz Memory Kit 1.5V CL9 Extra Value memory from eBuyer.

Yes, it was previously posted but that deal was from 4 weeks ago and has expired.

Price excludes £1.51 postage.
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2 Likes #1
Price needs to INCLUDE the postage.
#2
Since I stopped building PC's a while back, I'm a bit behind with what the current computer spec's are these days, but this looks a bargain for 4gb!
#3
HAL2000
Since I stopped building PC's a while back, I'm a bit behind with what the current computer spec's are these days, but this looks a bargain for 4gb!


Crazy prices. I paid £84 for 4gb last March, then £42 for another 4gb in Dec (albeit 1600MHz/PC3-12800)
It's almost worth having 8gb for the sake of it.
2 Likes #4
Urgh ebay extra value

Hot price but crap product.

Buy some kingston valueram instead.
1 Like #5
I agree with abaxas, I would pay the £1.50 more for 4gb of branded memory from Amazon
#6
alphamusic
I agree with abaxas, I would pay the £1.50 more for 4gb of branded memory from Amazon


Link?
#7
Nobull
alphamusic
I agree with abaxas, I would pay the £1.50 more for 4gb of branded memory from Amazon

Link?

Probably this one for £13.99 delivered (2 for £27.98) (or search Amazon for "Kingston ValueRAM Memory 1333Mz DDR3 Non-ECC DIMM
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#8
this RAM is extra value for a reason. if building a PC thats used for not a lot, go ahead, but if your playing games then buying this is madness.
#9
anyone got a good place to buy 2x 2gb or 2x4gb DDR3 ECC unbuffered?
#11

Corsair 1,333MHz for less than this unbranded 1,066MHz - Crescent Electronics £29.53 delivered.
#12
mightygaz
this RAM is extra value for a reason. if building a PC thats used for not a lot, go ahead, but if your playing games then buying this is madness.


Hi, I don't use a PC for playing games, but I'm thinking of building a new PC soon, or perhaps upgrading a basic base unit, and since I'll have a limited budget to work with, and my knowledge of PC components is not what it was, I was wondering why you wouldn't buy these.Is it just due to it's speed not being the fastest (in which case that's not really that important to me) or, do these suffer with reliability issues, or simply that actually it's just not that good a deal?
Thanks.
#13
HAL2000
Hi, I don't use a PC for playing games, but I'm thinking of building a new PC soon, or perhaps upgrading a basic base unit, and since I'll have a limited budget to work with, and my knowledge of PC components is not what it was, I was wondering why you wouldn't buy these.Is it just due to it's speed not being the fastest (in which case that's not really that important to me) or, do these suffer with reliability issues, or simply that actually it's just not that good a deal?Thanks.

Cheap unbranded RAM is much more likely to cause problems than decent branded RAM. I’ve never had a problem with the branded memory that I’ve bought for myself although I’ve had issues with OCZ that I’ve bought through work.
Whereas when I tried saving money buying Ebuyer’s unbranded stuff years ago I had problems with 2 of the 3 sets so decided never again. The saving is too small for the potential hassle especially if you aren’t experienced and don’t have the skill or resources or inclination to troubleshoot potentially faulty RAM.
#14
Agharta
HAL2000
Hi, I don't use a PC for playing games, but I'm thinking of building a new PC soon, or perhaps upgrading a basic base unit, and since I'll have a limited budget to work with, and my knowledge of PC components is not what it was, I was wondering why you wouldn't buy these.Is it just due to it's speed not being the fastest (in which case that's not really that important to me) or, do these suffer with reliability issues, or simply that actually it's just not that good a deal?Thanks.

Cheap unbranded RAM is much more likely to cause problems than decent branded RAM. I’ve never had a problem with the branded memory that I’ve bought for myself although I’ve had issues with OCZ that I’ve bought through work.
Whereas when I tried saving money buying Ebuyer’s unbranded stuff years ago I had problems with 2 of the 3 sets so decided never again. The saving is too small for the potential hassle especially if you aren’t experienced and don’t have the skill or resources or inclination to troubleshoot potentially faulty RAM.


Thanks for the reply, appreciate that, I guess it's more critical these days, with the higher transfer speeds, and sheer amount of storage available on memory modules, that it's good quality RAM.I used to use plenty of the cheap stuff in the old EDO/PC100 days! but yes, I think you're right, for the small saving in price, it just isn't worth it, so I think I'll go with some branded RAM, although I suppose there's always an element of luck is involved. Cheers
#15
Agharta

Corsair 1,333MHz for less than this unbranded 1,066MHz - Crescent Electronics £29.53 delivered.


Thanks for the link, I was going to order the other one. I'm going to order the Corsair now.

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