7 Dayshop Simmtronics Desktop PC Memory - DDR3 1333Mhz (PC3-10600) - 2GB £19.49 - HotUKDeals
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£18.99 each if buy two or more!

Buy 2 to make a nice 4gb kit AND save money!

Simmtronics is one of the leaders in the design and manufacture of high-speed modules since 1996, longer than anyone else in the industry.
They have the largest range of computer memory upgrades such as DDR RAM, DDR2, DDR3, SDRAM, and SO-DIMM.

All Simmtronics® modules have Lifetime Warranty on all their modules. Simmtronics Semiconductors Ltd. has emerged as one of the fastest growing company in the World. They have received the 44 awards in the last three years. Simmtronics semiconductors Ltd. has over 92% market share in the Branded memory segment in India.

Ranked as the No. 1 Memory Module company in Asia Pacific and few other countries, Simmtronics Semiconductors Limited has the Best quality memory modules at the right price and Lifetime Warranty. Simmtronics has 3 manufacturing facilities globally with in house R & D and Testing facility, with production capability to manufacture over 10,000 memory modules per day. All Simmtronics® modules have Simmtronics® chipset on the memory and are 100% compatible with all the motherboards. Simmtronics has over 15 years of experience in semiconductors.

We ask that all customers to check they are purchasing the correct memory module before placing their orders to avoid any possible hardware problems.

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: DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 1333Mhz (PC-10600)
Unbuffered
Non ECC
SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
1.5v (+ or - 0.1V)
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#1
So you tech people out there... is this any good? looking for DDR3 memory to go in a new build and this seems to be the cheapest I have seen.
#2
Great value for money
#3
Cheap as ............... memory ...... :)
#4
bought myself two budget stick exact same spec 3 weeks ago
nearly £10 more each

great price
#5
Wow - only a few years ago I paid £100+ for 2 x 1GB OCZ low latency DDR1 ram. How quick things change.

Edited By: shadowdogg on Nov 03, 2010 16:59: k
#6
I need to get some RAM to upgrade my struggling desktop - before probably buying a replacement this year.

My question is - if my computer is 4 years old (which is approximately correct) - is it likely the motherboard will accept DDR3 RAM?

It currently has 2 512mb sticks, so is running just 1gb ram.

Its not a particularly fast computer - but I'm thinking the ram may give it a new lease of life if I stick in 4gb.

Whats the verdict? Or do I need to give more detail?

Apologies to come on the thread with my technical queries - I suppose if it doesnt work with the old machine, it might push me to learn something and build my own?
#7
maidstone_fox
I need to get some RAM to upgrade my struggling desktop - before probably buying a replacement this year.

My question is - if my computer is 4 years old (which is approximately correct) - is it likely the motherboard will accept DDR3 RAM?

It currently has 2 512mb sticks, so is running just 1gb ram.

Its not a particularly fast computer - but I'm thinking the ram may give it a new lease of life if I stick in 4gb.

Whats the verdict? Or do I need to give more detail?

Apologies to come on the thread with my technical queries - I suppose if it doesnt work with the old machine, it might push me to learn something and build my own?


more detail...on the crucial memory website there is a test program you can run to see what type of ram you need. (although i doubt this stuff would work in your pc)

Edited By: 1duck on Nov 03, 2010 17:17: .
#8
run a check on crucial's website and it'll tell you exactly what RAM you need

Id say a 4 year old PC will run with DDR2 ram though
#9
unlikely but best to check your motherboard manual. If not, try searching the model online

maidstone_fox
I need to get some RAM to upgrade my struggling desktop - before probably buying a replacement this year.

My question is - if my computer is 4 years old (which is approximately correct) - is it likely the motherboard will accept DDR3 RAM?

It currently has 2 512mb sticks, so is running just 1gb ram.

Its not a particularly fast computer - but I'm thinking the ram may give it a new lease of life if I stick in 4gb.

Whats the verdict? Or do I need to give more detail?

Apologies to come on the thread with my technical queries - I suppose if it doesnt work with the old machine, it might push me to learn something and build my own?
#10
I only got 2 DDR3 slots on my motherboard buy 4 slots for DDR2.
If only it was the other way round!
#12
maidstone_fox
I need to get some RAM to upgrade my struggling desktop - before probably buying a replacement this year.My question is - if my computer is 4 years old (which is approximately correct) - is it likely the motherboard will accept DDR3 RAM?It currently has 2 512mb sticks, so is running just 1gb ram.Its not a particularly fast computer - but I'm thinking the ram may give it a new lease of life if I stick in 4gb.Whats the verdict? Or do I need to give more detail?Apologies to come on the thread with my technical queries - I suppose if it doesnt work with the old machine, it might push me to learn something and build my own?

If I am not wrong you can still put a DDR3 ram on it (as the price is cheaper than the DDR2 for now) but it wil only run up to DDR2 speed.
#13
shadowdogg
Wow - only a few years ago I paid £100+ for 2 x 1GB OCZ low latency DDR1 ram. How quick things change.

LOL only a few years ago I paid £100 for 2 x 4MB sticks.....how you get old quick:|
#14
GIBAFULATATA2
maidstone_fox
I need to get some RAM to upgrade my struggling desktop - before probably buying a replacement this year.My question is - if my computer is 4 years old (which is approximately correct) - is it likely the motherboard will accept DDR3 RAM?It currently has 2 512mb sticks, so is running just 1gb ram.Its not a particularly fast computer - but I'm thinking the ram may give it a new lease of life if I stick in 4gb.Whats the verdict? Or do I need to give more detail?Apologies to come on the thread with my technical queries - I suppose if it doesnt work with the old machine, it might push me to learn something and build my own?


If I am not wrong you can still put a DDR3 ram on it (as the price is cheaper than the DDR2 for now) but it wil only run up to DDR2 speed.



DDR3 RAM will not work in a DDR2 motherboard.

Although certain combo motherboards are available, they have specific slots for each type of RAM.
#15
"If I am not wrong you can still put a DDR3 ram on it (as the price is cheaper than the DDR2 for now) but it wil only run up to DDR2 speed."

Sorry, DDR3 has a pin out to prevent it being installed into a DDR2 motherboard. Wouldn't work anyway as the voltages and stuff arent' the same. Best to get more DDR2 ram or upgrade/replace the pc.
#16
Thanks OP, just got 2 to upgrade the currect 2GB (2x 1GB) laptop to a 4GB.
#17
nice fits my dell ! yay may treat myself, will it be ok if they are not all the same make?

crucial says

Maximum Memory Capacity: 16384MB
Currently Installed Memory: 4GB

how much is my total capacity that can be installed i have 2 x 2gb at present
#18
does 16384mb mean 16GB ?
#19
This unreliable company sent me one of these instead of a 4GB kit I bought. I put a cross on the back of the packaging with a UV pen, so if you see it, you've been sent a returned product.
#20
iain_k
Thanks OP, just got 2 to upgrade the currect 2GB (2x 1GB) laptop to a 4GB.


Unless im reading your post wrong, the memory will not fit your laptop. This is for desktop memory.
#21
Stainy
LOL only a few years ago I paid £100 for 2 x 4MB sticks.....how you get old quick:|

You got ripped off!
#22
Will this work on a mac?
#23
This looks like a great deal
#24
J400uk
Great value for money


+1
#25
is this the lower end ddr3? 1333mhz? theres 1600 I think aswell?

Is there a big difference between the speeds? I ask as I want to build my first Pc thats either going to be an i5 or i7 for gaming, video editing and media
#26
jg213
is this the lower end ddr3? 1333mhz? theres 1600 I think aswell?Is there a big difference between the speeds? I ask as I want to build my first Pc thats either going to be an i5 or i7 for gaming, video editing and media

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#27
dammit just done memory scan at crucial and mines ddr2. typical, this is an awesome price!
#28
OO7
Stainy
LOL only a few years ago I paid £100 for 2 x 4MB sticks.....how you get old quick:|

You got ripped off!

You're obviously not old enough to remember memory prices in the early 90's.......good for you.....it was actually a bit of a bargain at the time ;)
#29
Just seen these at Eclipse Computers - similar price when including postage just in case 7 Dayshop sells out.
#30
iain_k
Thanks OP, just got 2 to upgrade the currect 2GB (2x 1GB) laptop to a 4GB.

You need to get SO-DIMM for your laptop and check using Crucial site as to whether you need DDR3 or DDR2 or like the other poster with 4 year old PC may even be older DDR memory
#31
I remember buying a 512k chip (half a megabyte, or 0.0005 of a gigabyte) of RAM for my Amiga A500. It cost over £200 in 1989 money (about £400 in todays money).

Not to mention the £200 I paid for a 30mb hard drive, for my A1200 in 1992. Oh yes, a 2.5" drive that could store the equivelant of 45 Amiga floppies. I was king of the hill. I can tell you.

It's a far cry from small boys in the park, jumpers for goalposts. Isn't it? Mmmmm. Marvellous.

Cor. You know, isn't it? Mmm? Whither the father and son, cheering from the terraces? Only yesteryear? Rattle in hand? Good natured applause for the opposing team? Half-time? Peanuts! Peanuts! Rhubarb! Whither the peanuts of yesteryear. I mean, do we have a rosy view of the past? Isn't it? Cheery milkmen, vicars on bicycles? Huh! Luncheon meat, Bartlett pear halves? Laughing policemen? Clip round the ear? Move along, son! Thruppenny bits? Small boys? Grazed knees? Hmm? Hu-hoo! Witch hazel! Ouch! Ooh! Kiss it better, mummy! Mmm? You know, isn't it? Aww. Mind you, at least these days we've got Baywatch, haven't we?

Ahh, nostalgia, it's not what it used to be!

.

The benefits of DDR3 1600 over this DDR3 1333 is purely for overclockers. If you will never overclock your PC, then save your money and get this. If you will overclock, then you'll hit the ceiling sooner with this RAM than you would with 1600 RAM.
#32
Ordered these on the 3rd and still no sign of them. 7 dayshop are absolutely hopeless- took them 5 days to even process my order. Last time I ever order anything off this shambolic company.
#33
You can read reviews of 7dayshop that sells on eBay here: http://feedback.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback&iid=260686249012&userid=goto7dayshop&ssPageName=VIP:feedback&ftab=FeedbackAsSeller

As an alternative, Ebuyer sell Kingston DDR3 2GB 1333MHz for £21.65.
#34
SH*T - Paid a lot more 2weeksago....
#35
[Its NOT compatible. The voltage is different ej DDR2 "2.5v DDR3 = 1.8. I almost ordered myself because i have DDR2. I sure wish it was.
TP

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