Corsair 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1333mhz Dual Channel Memory just £49.34 @ scan - HotUKDeals
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Awesome price for some good DDR3 ram! cheapest i have seen in years! also great for overclocking being set at 1.5V (voltage can easily be set higher!).
please dont vote cold just because of people's problems with yesterday's 4870 deal.
free delivery through AV forums or Hexus

its down by the "corsair memory" section of the today only page

specs :

• 4GB Kit Two 2GB Modules
• 1333MHz performance
• Latency of 9-9-9-24 to maximize system performance
• 100% Guaranteed compatibility with all Intel and AMD DDR3 platforms
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
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#1
corsair XMS 1600mhz was only £3 more yesterday, you would need to be mad choosing the slower memory over that and i doubt the Dominator 1600 is a lot more.

cold
#2
Youd be mad buying 1600mhz if your mobo doesnt support it too mind! check first
#3
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/corsair-2gb-ddr3-1333mhz-22-99-ebuy/798843

cheaper at ebuyer :-| might not be same spec but cheaper
#4
madmackem
Youd be mad buying 1600mhz if your mobo doesnt support it too mind! check first

+1. Most pre-built systems will be limited to 1,333MHz at most.

Edited By: Agharta on Nov 12, 2010 18:03: Eggnog infidel death hound
#5
polly69
corsair XMS 1600mhz was only £3 more yesterday, you would need to be mad choosing the slower memory over that and i doubt the Dominator 1600 is a lot more.

cold

if the budget is really tight, then that extra £5-7 saved can go on a better mobo, or a few case fans.
you can go on forever saying its only this much more, but you have to really consider what actually is worth the extra price. for a basic system, there is no need for 1600mhz and even on a good system, only the benchmarks and a small amount of apps will show the difference between 1333mhz vs 1600mhz.
remember you can always overclock these aswell :D

Edited By: lucas4 on Nov 12, 2010 18:00
#6
If you're overclocking go for faster (mhz) memory. But don't worry about the timings, they make very little difference.

There was a deal for a 2gb 1333mhz stick for 23 quid each here before, I think that's a better deal OP.
#7
Zoea
If you're overclocking go for faster (mhz) memory. But don't worry about the timings, they make very little difference.

There was a deal for a 2gb 1333mhz stick for 23 quid each here before, I think that's a better deal OP.

yep i do agree the other deal is good but i suppose choice is nice :)
#9


That's single channel memory though...
#10
Lupeto
That's single channel memory though...
The 'trick' is to buy two.

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