Corsair 4gb CMX (2 x 2GB DDR3 SDRAM Memory) only £40.80.@ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This 4GB twin kit memory solution has been designed specifically to support the Intel Core i5 and Core i7 dual channel memory DDR3 solutions. This solution runs at an incredibly fast 1600MHz at CAS latency of 9-9-9-24. So not only do you get to run your Intel Core i5 or Core i7 dual channel memory system at 1600MHz but with these tight Latency timings your system performance will rock.
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#1
Would have cost £100+ just a few months ago. Great deal.
#2
good price...is £30 for 4GB too optimistic? Im tempted at this price but think there's some movement on the price in weeks to come....what ya think guys?
#3
voted hot by the way
#4
Even cheaper on scan's TO:

scan today only

This stuff seems to go down a quid or so every day atm. Those in the know reckon the market for DDR3 will bottom out in the new year so it might get a bit cheaper still but offest of course by the rise in VAT.
#5
Hot (and better than the scan deal for me).
#6
is now a good time to buy ram thinking off building a pc next year, i was wondering if i should buy now
#8
I just bought 4gb of crucial ddr3 1333mhz memory for £30, doubt the extra 10 quid here is worth the speed difference
#9
#10
does anybody know if this ram can work with the new sandy bridge i5/i7 processors that are coming out in January? Not sure if the motherboards are dual channel or triple channel
#11
all the new sandy bridge processors will be socket 1155 which is dual channel, just ordered this ram for ebuyer and will hopefully get the motherboard/cpu there in the next few weeks.
banned#12
marktime
Even cheaper on scan's TO:

scan today only

This stuff seems to go down a quid or so every day atm. Those in the know reckon the market for DDR3 will bottom out in the new year so it might get a bit cheaper still but offest of course by the rise in VAT.


No.. they are not, they are £45.97 on Scan

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-corsair-xms3-ddr3-pc3-12800-%281600%29-non-ecc-unbuffered-cas-9-9-9-24-xmp-165v

The slower memory is cheaper but of course its cheaper its slower.

Edited By: Reser on Dec 24, 2010 22:48
#13
payed double this price 6 months ago.
#14
Reser
marktime
Even cheaper on scan's TO:

scan today only

This stuff seems to go down a quid or so every day atm. Those in the know reckon the market for DDR3 will bottom out in the new year so it might get a bit cheaper still but offest of course by the rise in VAT.


No.. they are not, they are £45.97 on Scan

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-corsair-xms3-ddr3-pc3-12800-%281600%29-non-ecc-unbuffered-cas-9-9-9-24-xmp-165v


The slower memory is cheaper but of course its cheaper its slower.


Not necessarily.
#15
Reser
marktime
Even cheaper on scan's TO:

scan today only

This stuff seems to go down a quid or so every day atm. Those in the know reckon the market for DDR3 will bottom out in the new year so it might get a bit cheaper still but offest of course by the rise in VAT.


No.. they are not, they are £45.97 on Scan

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-corsair-xms3-ddr3-pc3-12800-%281600%29-non-ecc-unbuffered-cas-9-9-9-24-xmp-165v


The slower memory is cheaper but of course its cheaper its slower.


You only get single digit increases between faster and slower RAM. Also, RAM itself is considerably slow anyway and one of the reasons why clock speeds have been negated due to the slow memory access times.

Certainly don't get 'faster' RAM when you only get 9% increase in performance.
#16
What's the voltage for these DIMMs? Intel recommends 1.3V for Lynnfields (probably similar for Sandy Bridge) and a max of 1.65V to avoid damaging the CPU. I saw some reviews a few months ago about high performance DIMMs actually damaging CPUs because the voltage was too high (either stock or user overclocked).
#17
Default voltage is 1.65v on these modules.

Crazy prices on DDR3 memory - couple of month ago these were £60 now you can pick them up for under £39 @Scan.
#18
Reser
marktime
Even cheaper on scan's TO:scan today onlyThis stuff seems to go down a quid or so every day atm. Those in the know reckon the market for DDR3 will bottom out in the new year so it might get a bit cheaper still but offest of course by the rise in VAT.
No.. they are not, they are £45.97 on Scanhttp://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-corsair-xms3-ddr3-pc3-12800-%281600%29-non-ecc-unbuffered-cas-9-9-9-24-xmp-165v The slower memory is cheaper but of course its cheaper its slower.

You need to go to the Today Only page for the lower price, I did clearly put it in the post. Also should have mentioned you need AV/Hexus forum membership+posts to get the free shipping - you start to assume people know this after a while.

[edit] Also, if buying from scan's TO page you must click 'buy' directly to get the lower price, the product link just takes you to the standard listing at the normal price. This catches a lot of people out.

Edited By: marktime on Dec 26, 2010 13:49

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