8GB Macbook Pro Kingston RAM for £92.81 from CBC Computers (inc delivery) - HotUKDeals
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Thought I'd add this as a new deal even though I mentioned it in a previous post but this appears to be by far the best deal for this make of RAM.

This is for 8gb (2 x 4gb) Kingston Memory Ram suitable for a Macbook Pro 15" i5 with Kingston code KTA-MB1066K2/8G.

I'm sure it's compatible with lots of other machines and you can check this code on the http://www.kingston.com website.

I ordered this yesterday on the free 5 day delivery time deal and had it delivered this morning - fantastic service from a company I'd never used before.
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#1
why are people voting this cold?
bit annoyed i ordered the crucial one for £120ish but that's still a pretty good deal :)
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ltickett
why are people voting this cold?
bit annoyed i ordered the crucial one for £120ish but that's still a pretty good deal :)


I have absolutely no idea. Maybe, unless they see what the cost of this roughly a week ago where the cheapest I could find was around the £150 mark then they simply vote cold... Very odd!
#3
Good deal
#4
Fantastic price - thanks for finding it and confirming the company is legit. Glad I held off on yesterday's order now X)

HOT!
#5
This will work in the Dell Studio and XPS models that use DDR3 RAM. But don't take my word for it - check your model on links below:

Crucial Memory Advisor Tool

Kingston site





Edited By: Liddle ol' me on Nov 04, 2010 12:22: adding link
#6
Liddle ol' me
and btw, for those unsure, this will work in the Dell Studio and XPS models that use DDR3 RAM. (But of course, don't take my word - check your model on the Crucial Memory Advisor Tool first.


And also on the kingston site http://www.kingston.com/ukroot/
#7
Why Macbook memory is so special than PCs?
1 Like #8
Anyone doubting it, I had this memory delivered today and it is working fine in my MacBook Pro.
#9
works with latest i7 imac ? mid 2010
i know that takes 1333 not sure about 1066
#10
Works fine fitted to my mid 2010 i7 17" MacBook Pro. iMac uses 1333, this site lists every mac and what sort of memory they use. http://www.everymac.com/

Edited By: Going_Digital on Nov 04, 2010 14:40: add http://www.everymac.com/
#11
Going_Digital
Yes fitted to my mid 2010 i7 17" MacBook Pro.
well yours takes 1066 as specified, will not take 1333 anyway
not sure if mac's require only whats specified e.g. 1333 for imac i7 mid 2010
#12
found my answer, yes it should work
#13
I would imagine if you put the slower memory in the iMac it would make it slower.
#14
Bromigos, I'm running a mid 2009 bottom of the range 13" macbook"pro" with 2gb ram... all I really need (unless advised otherwise - law of diminishing returns and all that) is an upgrade to 4GB. Any decent deals on 2x2GB DDR3 for MacBooks going roung?
#15
I expect there will be a lot of 2GB modules appearing on ebay in the coming weeks when people have upgraded.
#16
a lot of us who have bought the 8gb will be wanting to sell our old 4gb :)
someone has first dibbs on mine but if they fall through i'll let you know
#17
Should work on the Alienware M17x's as well. Hopefully will order some today/tomorrow.
#18
joeymcjoe
Bromigos, I'm running a mid 2009 bottom of the range 13" macbook"pro" with 2gb ram... all I really need (unless advised otherwise - law of diminishing returns and all that) is an upgrade to 4GB. Any decent deals on 2x2GB DDR3 for MacBooks going roung?


sent you a private message buddy
#19
Excellent price, so cheap! Might look at options for upgrading my 2007 17" MBP if prices are this low...
#20
mikecj
joeymcjoe
Bromigos, I'm running a mid 2009 bottom of the range 13" macbook"pro" with 2gb ram... all I really need (unless advised otherwise - law of diminishing returns and all that) is an upgrade to 4GB. Any decent deals on 2x2GB DDR3 for MacBooks going roung?


sent you a private message buddy


can i get the same message please :)
#21
ltickett
a lot of us who have bought the 8gb will be wanting to sell our old 4gb :)
someone has first dibbs on mine but if they fall through i'll let you know


In same position if anyone is interested?
#22
I have a pair of 2GB sticks if anyone wants to make an offer.
#23
Nice price, I need a 2GB stick of 800mhz DDR2 for my 2009 Macbook 13"

but it's about £50! for 8GB of DDR3 Mac compatible Ram....it's a good deal
#24
NeonKnightz
Nice price, I need a 2GB stick of 800mhz DDR2 for my 2009 Macbook 13" but it's about £50!


Have you tried this - it's only £31.23 for the ram you require (Apple MacBook (DDR2) 13-inch (Mid 2009)
#25
Just ordered thanks.
#26
Ordered - Thanks :0)
Just what I needed to run Windows in co-existance mode

and paid £91.94

Order Item 1 , Part No : KTA-MB1066K2/8G , Description : 8GB (2x4GB), SODIMM, 1066MHz , Quantity : 1 , Unit Cost : 78.25 , Tax Rate : 17.5% ,



Total delivery is 0.00
Total tax is 13.69
The total order value is 91.94


Edited By: wardy01 on Nov 05, 2010 15:19: price change
#27
wardy01
and paid £91.94


Thanks, I've updated the price accordingly as they've lowered the price from today.
#28
my 2x2gb sticks are still up for grabs- if anyone's interested drop me a pm
#29
price back up as of this evening
£92.81
#30
jayehwhy
mikecj
joeymcjoe
Bromigos, I'm running a mid 2009 bottom of the range 13" macbook"pro" with 2gb ram... all I really need (unless advised otherwise - law of diminishing returns and all that) is an upgrade to 4GB. Any decent deals on 2x2GB DDR3 for MacBooks going roung?


sent you a private message buddy


can i get the same message please :)


You got it!
#31
mikecj
joeymcjoe
Bromigos, I'm running a mid 2009 bottom of the range 13" macbook"pro" with 2gb ram... all I really need (unless advised otherwise - law of diminishing returns and all that) is an upgrade to 4GB. Any decent deals on 2x2GB DDR3 for MacBooks going roung?


sent you a private message buddy


can i get the same message please??
#32
ltickett
my 2x2gb sticks are still up for grabs- if anyone's interested drop me a pm


Not sure how you get permission to DM but I'm keen to get 2x2gb my mb is getting a bit sluggish
banned#33
No further offers/requests to sell within this thread please.

Any such sales/requests must be made within the trading forums.
#34
Did anyone see significant speed improvement after 8gb upgrade?
#35
fullmoon
Did anyone see significant speed improvement after 8gb upgrade?


Definitely, but I suppose it really depends on what apps you're using and how many at once. I'm always using and have open Photoshop, Illustrator, VMWare Fusion as well as all the others (Mail, Chrome, BBEdit, CSSEdit, Transmit, iTunes, Fontexplorer) and I've really noticed a speed increase. Well worth the £92 investment.
#36
As greencode says, the only time you will really notice this is when you are maxing out the 4gb or whatever you currently have.

I use photoshop, couple of virtual machines, multiple browsers and editors along with ftp clients and it has made a nice difference.

Wasnt going to bother at the price of £125 the other day but for £90 its a steal.
#37
Now getting "This product is no longer available or is out of stock"

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