6GB (3x2GB) CorsairXMS3, DDR3 1333MHz only £105.92 + del @ Scan (unless hexus/av forums member) - HotUKDeals
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Possibly the cheapest 6gb set I've seen on the net so far delivered. Comes with corsairs lifetime warranty. Free delivery if hexus/av forums member. £119.99 delivered from play.com
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#1
Before voting cold if you can find it cheaper then you'll be doing me a favour!
#2
i wish my comp could handle that
#3
£113.95 delivered.
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#5
ev0styLe


thanks, been looking at gettin more, got 3gb of the corsair stuff already but quite like to get another set. Ebuyer seem to have dropped their prices on all ddr3 i7 kits. 3gb now only £55 delivered!
#6
Jeez, with these bad boys I bet the computer has booted up before you've even turned it on!
#7
marshalex
thanks, been looking at gettin more, got 3gb of the corsair stuff already but quite like to get another set. Ebuyer seem to have dropped their prices on all ddr3 i7 kits. 3gb now only £55 delivered!


I agree thats cheap man :thumbsup:

But if u want to overclock decent or be setup for buying more RAM in the future id go for < 1600MHz?
#8
ev0styLe
I agree thats cheap man :thumbsup:

But if u want to overclock decent or be setup for buying more RAM in the future id go for < 1600MHz?


I was thinking that but from what I've read on various forums you need a good air cooler or water cooler to get the most out of the 1600 memory (bclk 200) and am not sure if want to invest yet. Don't intend on doing a major oc either, just bump it up to around 3GHz at a later date which is easily done on the stock cooler etc. Cant really justify the extra price for 1600 when not really going to use it in the long run
#9
Also found that ocz kit here. anyone heard of these guys and if they're any good?
#10
For Novices who dont know

Windows Vista comes in a variety of editions. All versions of Vista have a minimum memory requirement of 512 MB (1 GB to take advantage of certain premium features, such as Aero graphics). The maximum amount of memory depends on the edition used:

Edition of Windows Vista Maximum addressable memory

Any 32-bit version of Vista editions Approximately 3.3 GB

Home Basic 64-bit 8 GB

Home Premium 64-bit 16 GB

Business 64-bit 128 GB

Ultimate 64-bit 128 GB
#11
v6dlc
Any 32-bit version of Vista editions Approximately 3.3 GB


its actually 4GB then it depends of system resouces, the biggest reduction comes from the graphics card though... So if you have a 4870X2 with 2GB ram onboard, then windows will see just under 2GB :thumbsup:
banned#12
Good value - Corsair definately the best :) voted hot!

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