Ballistix Sport 16 GB Kit (8 GB x 2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) UDIMM 240-Pin Memory £58.09 @ Amazon (lightning deal) - HotUKDeals
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Ballistix Sport 16 GB Kit (8 GB x 2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) UDIMM 240-Pin Memory £58.09 @ Amazon (lightning deal)

£58.09 @ Amazon
Brand Crucial Item Weight 9 g Product Dimensions 10 x 5 x 2 cm Item model number BLS2CP8G3D1609DS1S00CEU Series Ballistix Sport 16 GB DDR3 Form Factor 240-pin DIMM Processor Count 1 RAM Size 16…
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Brand Crucial
Item Weight 9 g
Product Dimensions 10 x 5 x 2 cm
Item model number BLS2CP8G3D1609DS1S00CEU
Series Ballistix Sport 16 GB DDR3
Form Factor 240-pin DIMM
Processor Count 1
RAM Size 16 GB
Memory Technology 240-pin DIMM, DDR3
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Voltage 1.5 volts
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#1
How did you find out that this was a lightning deal. Its not showing in Todays Deals?
#2
Firefox addon email me last night of the up coming deal, your right i couldn't find it anywhere on the todays deal listing, otherwise this deal would have gone by.
#3
I still cant find this deal under lightening deals!
Only through your link.
Excellent deal. But I'm looking for faster DDR3... no deals that I have seen.
What firefox addon are you using? Many thanks
1 Like #4
Keepa - Amazon Price Tracker, very very useful addon, as for this deal i'm in 2 minds of getting it, i'm running 8gb of this DDR3, with intel 2600k, getting old now, thinking of building a upto date intel this year i think like a Kaby Lake, so not sure about upping the memory in this machine would be a backup machine if a new build comes along.
#5
red_me765
Keepa - Amazon Price Tracker, very very useful addon, as for this deal i'm in 2 minds of getting it, i'm running 8gb of this DDR3, with intel 2600k, getting old now, thinking of building a upto date intel this year i think like a Kaby Lake, so not sure about upping the memory in this machine would be a backup machine if a new build comes along.

If you're not doing the likes of video editing then I doubt you'll need more than 8GB. Even for gaming 8GB is still ample.
Saying that this is a good price for RAM and you could probably sell it for similar money when it comes to upgrade.

The 2600K is still a great chip. Loads of life still left in it although I know too well the feel of the upgrade itch ;)
#6
its good ram. I used it and it can be overclocked to 1866 MHz also if someone interested. I run it over clocked for a week before selling and it was very stable in my system. my opinion its better than the 1866mhz Ram.
#7
Bought this from Amazon lightning deal around the end of November for £40! X)
#8
Crucial isn't great ram IMHO, budget for a reason. Corsair, Kingston or GSkil far better.
#9
K1LLER HORNET
red_me765
Keepa - Amazon Price Tracker, very very useful addon, as for this deal i'm in 2 minds of getting it, i'm running 8gb of this DDR3, with intel 2600k, getting old now, thinking of building a upto date intel this year i think like a Kaby Lake, so not sure about upping the memory in this machine would be a backup machine if a new build comes along.
If you're not doing the likes of video editing then I doubt you'll need more than 8GB. Even for gaming 8GB is still ample.
Saying that this is a good price for RAM and you could probably sell it for similar money when it comes to upgrade.
The 2600K is still a great chip. Loads of life still left in it although I know too well the feel of the upgrade itch ;)
I know what u mean but my 2600k OC to 4.2GHz undervolted, got a Samsung 850, don't do games. Stuck 16GB (2*8 ) 1866 Crucial tactical(?) in for £52 just before Christmas - Didn't need it but what the hell and 1.5v as opposed to my 8gig Kingston value OC 1600 @ 1.63V.

It would so much £££ to upgrade and I would not get much from it,

Plus there is the free Win 10 issue.

@red_me765 Kerby lake chipsets don't support HDMI2/whatever the copyright protection is, without the MB maker adding something - Or something like that.

Edited By: png666 on Jan 15, 2017 11:26: .
#10
ShroomHeadToad
Bought this from Amazon lightning deal around the end of November for £40! X)

Yes i have noticed the price hike of most of computer components since around july time and this ram in particular, amazon had hiked it big time on the 12th, then dropped a bit day or so later, but still expensive even with this so called lightning deal, in the end i never bothered with the purchase, i've decided to wait and add the cash to the next big upgrade like a new system build, possible Kaby Lake but i think i may go with the Skylake.
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gazdoubleu
Crucial isn't great ram IMHO, budget for a reason. Corsair, Kingston or GSkil far better.

Absolute nonsense.
#12
K1LLER HORNET
gazdoubleu
Crucial isn't great ram IMHO, budget for a reason. Corsair, Kingston or GSkil far better.

Absolute nonsense.


​Yes you are
#13
gazdoubleu
Crucial isn't great ram IMHO, budget for a reason. Corsair, Kingston or GSkil far better.

Micron Technology (Tier 1 manufacturer) owns Crucial Technology.
They (premium overclocked memory modules) all use Micron memory chips, they pay a premium for the best silicon chips Micron make.
#14
Urgh, annoyed I missed this.

John
#15
Any others deals like this?

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