4GB Corsair TwinX XMS2 DDR2 PC2-6400C5 800MHz (2x2GB) - £52.86 delivered! - HotUKDeals
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A bargain for 4GB of RAM and highly recommended if you are running a 64-bit operating system such as Windows XP x64 or Windows Vista x64.

Delivery is free if you become a Hexus forum member.

http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=1482

Description:

The Twin2X4096-6400C5 G is a 4096MByte matched pair of DDR2 SDRAM DIMMs. This part delivers outstanding performance in the latest generation of dual-channel DDR2-based motherboards. It has been tested extensively in multiple DDR2 motherboards to ensure compatibility and performance at its rated speed. This memory has been verified to operate at 800MHz at the low latencies of 5-5-5-18. Corsairs line of 4GB memory kits are designed for PCs featuring 64-bit operating systems.

Please note: Installing 4GB onto PCs with 32-bit operating systems is not advised since 32-bit operating systems do not support the full 4GB of system memory.
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#1
how do i know if this will worth of my athlon 3000 amd ?
#2
cruisecars
how do i know if this will worth of my athlon 3000 amd ?


"DDR2" ram will not fit in a motherboard that takes an athlon processor. what you are looking for is "DDR" ram.

Unforunately "DDR" is older than "DDR2" and hence is now more expensive, as they make less of it.

Any of these will run with the old Athlon processors

http://www.scan.co.uk/Index.aspx?NT=1-0-24-82-0
http://www.ebuyer.com/search/?intStoreID=2&intCatID=3&intSubcatUID=2044
http://www.ebuyer.com/cat/Memory---Desktop/subcat/DDR-3200-2GB

hope that helpss :thumbsup:
#3
droitwichdosser
"DDR2" ram will not fit in a motherboard that takes an athlon processor. what you are looking for is "DDR" ram.

Unforunately "DDR" is older than "DDR2" and hence is now more expensive, as they make less of it.

Any of these will run with the old Athlon processors

http://www.scan.co.uk/Index.aspx?NT=1-0-24-82-0
http://www.ebuyer.com/search/?intStoreID=2&intCatID=3&intSubcatUID=2044
http://www.ebuyer.com/cat/Memory---Desktop/subcat/DDR-3200-2GB

hope that helpss :thumbsup:


And that'd be completely and utterly wrong.

The Athlon line has been going for ages. I think it's something like from 1999 to 2007 that they were produced, in between the ol' K6-2 (or K6-3 if you were posh) and today's Phenom. Throughout that time, they've gone through five types of motherboard, Slot A, Socket A, Socket 754, Socket 939 and Socket AM2, and three types of RAM. The socket and slot As through SDRAM, the 754s and 939 through DDR, and the AM2 Athlons with DDR2. Due to AMD's super-rubbish naming system, there are at least two versions of the Athlon 3000+, one that fits into the Socket 939, and one that fits into socket AM2. So really, it could be either DDR or DDR2 that his chip needs. Although, this probably wouldn't work in his motherboard even if it was an AM2 chip, since those boards tend not to work with 2GB modules.

Cruisecars, google for a thing called CPU-Z, download it, run it, and tell me what it says about the memory in your system.
#4
dxx

Cruisecars, google for a thing called CPU-Z, download it, run it, and tell me what it says about the memory in your system.


Or you can run the Crucial ([url]www.crucial.com/uk[/url]) System scanner.

Sorry dxx not meaning to tread on your toes :thumbsup:
#5
hi ,

Thanks for your reply my system says ,

amd athlon xp

socket a(462)

its a amd athlon sp 3000+

in memory doesn't come up with anything except 512mb
#6
cruisecars, from your description it appears you need DDR memory. To confirm this, run CPU-Z (also suggested by dxx above) & click on the Mainboard & Memory tabs. Tell us the motherboard manufacturer + model & I'll let you know what you can get for your system for the best price possible. 4Gb could be overkill for your usage & system - adding 512Mb to 1Gb RAM would probably sufficient.

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