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512MB PC2-5400 Elixir DDR2 SDRA £10.95

£10.95 @ Aria PC
you have 25 minutes to buy one of these buy 3 of them for £23 using google checkout Buffered Unbuffered Burst length 4,8 Bus speed (mhz) 677 Cas 5 Form factor 240 Pin DIMM Size (mb) 512 Speed … Read More
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you have 25 minutes to buy one of these buy 3 of them for £23 using google checkout

Buffered Unbuffered
Burst length 4,8
Bus speed (mhz) 677
Cas 5
Form factor 240 Pin DIMM
Size (mb) 512
Speed PC5300
Type DDR2 SDRAM
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#1
You can only buy one per order at the cheaper price
#2
would this work in a laptop?

Thanks
#3
Hi,

This has been reduced to £7.95+VAT (correct as of 18:30 10/06/07).

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/+512MB+PC2-5400+Elixir+DDR2+SDRAM?productId=22114

Price:

£7.95 exc. VAT
£9.34 inc. VAT
Stock: http://www.aria.co.uk/static/images/stockstatus_5.gif (5 in stock) Stock code: MEM-512-5400-E Manufacturer code: M2U51264TU88A0B-3C

Hope this helps.
#4
giannijambo
would this work in a laptop?

Thanks

Hi,

No this particular DDR2 is for a desktop PC. eBuyer and saverstore.com have got good prices on the DDR2 that you probably need and both e-tailers are running the £10.00 off £30.00 Google promo (ends at midnight tonight).

Not sure what size of memory that you're looking for but here's an example of an offering from eBuyer that qualifies for the above promo:-

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/p0123910_c0000152_p0000000.jpg [LIST]
[*]319 in stock
[*]quickfind:123910
[*]Mfr part#: EVR1024DDRII667SODIM[/LIST]

[LIST]
[*]£26.08
[*] £30.65 inc VAT[/LIST] http://image.ebuyer.com/customer/images/products/stars_50.gif

Hope this helps.
#5
MacNewbieInTraining
Hi,

No this particular DDR2 is for a desktop PC. eBuyer and saverstore.com have got good prices on the DDR2 that you probably need and both e-tailers are running the £10.00 off £30.00 Google promo (ends at midnight tonight).

Not sure what size of memory that you're looking for but here's an example of an offering from eBuyer that qualifies for the above promo:-

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/p0123910_c0000152_p0000000.jpg [LIST]
[*]319 in stock
[*]quickfind:123910
[*]Mfr part#: EVR1024DDRII667SODIM[/LIST]

[LIST]
[*]£26.08
[*] £30.65 inc VAT[/LIST] http://image.ebuyer.com/customer/images/products/stars_50.gif

Hope this helps.


Thanks for the help, do you think you could post me a link to the cheapest 512mb memory that would work in the lenovo laptop which is £290 on ebuyer, Thanks again
#6
giannijambo
Thanks for the help, do you think you could post me a link to the cheapest 512mb memory that would work in the lenovo laptop which is £290 on ebuyer, Thanks again

Hi, No problem with help. What i'd suggest is a good thing to do in order to be 100% certain you're buying compatible DDR/DDR2 (as not sure what machine you're wanting to upgrade) is use the Crucial Memory configuration tool or select your machine from their web-site (crucial.com/uk).

eBuyer, Saverstore and aria seem to be very competitive on 512Mb Sodimm memory modules. Aria postage is hard to work out though IMHO.

Edit: Checked the Lenovo machine that you've mentioned and would recommend the Kingston 512Mb DDR2 Sodimm:-

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/95740/product_info

Hope this helps.
#7
MacNewbieInTraining
Hi, No problem with help. What i'd suggest is a good thing to do in order to be 100% certain you're buying compatible DDR/DDR2 (as not sure what machine you're wanting to upgrade) is use the Crucial Memory configuration tool or select your machine from their web-site (crucial.com/uk).

eBuyer, Saverstore and aria seem to be very competitive on 512Mb Sodimm memory modules. Aria postage is hard to work out though IMHO.

Edit: Checked the Lenovo machine that you've mentioned and would recommend the Kingston 512Mb DDR2 Sodimm:-

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/95740/product_info

Hope this helps.


Hi, I might be better buying 1gb and getting the £10 off. Which is the cheapest 1gb that works on the lenovo? Cheeres
#8
giannijambo
Hi, I might be better buying 1gb and getting the £10 off. Which is the cheapest 1gb that works on the lenovo? Cheeres

Hi, The 1Gb option is probably a better buy where value for money is concerned agreed. The eBuyer 1Gb PC5300 Sodimm has very good feedback on their web-site however there's also Crucial memory on there for about the same price. Would recommend the latter but that's out of personal preference.

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119282

Good luck :-).

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