(Amazon) Corsair CMX4GX3M2A1600C9 2 x 2GB DDR3 SDRAM Memory £35.48 - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £120 this 4GB(2x2GB) DDR3 RAM is a must have
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Someone is building themselves a computer...
#2
£120 sounds a ridiculous amount for those. oO

Perhaps 4 years ago, they could fetch that price. £35 seems a decent enough price - not 'amazing' though.
#3
Cheaper at Crescent and Kikatek.
#4
£32.59 @ scan.
#5
killie99
£32.59 @ scan.



agreed got it cheaper on today only 2 weeks ago, around the £28 mark...................
#6
£120.X)
#7
It's like when you get a computer and they tell you it comes with £300 worth of free software**

** Software valued at inflated UK RRP, at time of launch 2003.
#8
........ old now memories now.... to get to 1600Mhz a Voltage of 1.65V is required

So...I chose theses (today), slightly more expensive (3 pounds ) but they run at 1.5 volts
[url=http://www.amazon.co.uk/G-Skill-Ripjaws-Sandybridge-Platforms-PC12800/dp/B004HZE7H6/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1307900800&sr=1-5]G-Skill 4GBXL Ripjaws X for Intel Sandybridge/url]Clear descrip

Edited By: rickwebtest on Jun 12, 2011 20:01: Clearer description
#9
rickwebtest
........ old now memories now.... to get to 1600Mhz a Voltage of 1.65V is required


Does the lower voltage matter, at all?
#10
Fnz
rickwebtest
........ old now memories now.... to get to 1600Mhz a Voltage of 1.65V is required


Does the lower voltage matter, at all?


It does if you want to run one of the new Sandybridge chipset motherboards, best sticking to 1.5V memory if you want to ensure compatibility.
#11
killie99
It does if you want to run one of the new Sandybridge chipset motherboards, best sticking to 1.5V memory if you want to ensure compatibility.


I thought 1.65v was already low enough for SB? You're just saying "it's better to be extra safe"?

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