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Corsair 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400, £53.53 delivered

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Corsair 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 Memory Non-ECC Unbuffered CL5(5-5-5-18) Heat Spreader Lifetime Warranty. The Twin2X4096-6400C5 G is a 4096MByte matched pair of DDR2 SDRAM DIMMs. T… Read More
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Corsair 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 Memory Non-ECC Unbuffered CL5(5-5-5-18) Heat Spreader Lifetime Warranty.

The Twin2X4096-6400C5 G is a 4096MByte matched pair of DDR2 SDRAM DIMMs. This part delivers outstanding performance in the latest generation of dual-channel DDR2-based motherboards. It has been tested extensively in multiple DDR2 motherboards to ensure compatibility and performance at its rated speed. This memory has been verified to operate at 800MHz at the low latencies of 5-5-5-18. Corsair?line of 4GB memory kits are designed for PCs featuring 64-bit operating systems. Please note: Installing 4GB onto PCs with 32-bit operating systems is not advised since 32-bit operating systems do not support 4GB of system memory.

4096 Megabytes of DDR2 memory

Two matched CM2X2048-6400C5 G modules

Designed for 64-bit operating systems

100% tested at 800MHz in high performance DDR3 motherboards

Legendary Corsair reliability and service

Lifetime warranty

Each module pair is tested together at 800MHz

Tested and packaged in pairs

Packaged together immediately following system test

Tested at JEDEC standard latency settings (5-5-5-18) at 1.8V

SPD programmed at: JEDEC standard 5-5-5-18 values at 800MHz

Designed for 64-bit Operating System
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#1
Am looking for cheap sticks as well btw
#2
this is nice stuff got some a while back scores 4.8 in vista but could be overclocked
#3
gambo22;2585756
this is nice stuff got some a while back scores 4.8 in vista but could be overclocked

Don't pay much attention to Vista scores :) They're pretty meaningless. This is good stuff. Got similar stuff in the wifes PC and it's fine. You won't get a great OC out of 2gb modules with timings like that but I don't think it's a big problem.

To the OP. You can actually get it for 52.29 from Novatech and you'll get it a day or two faster as well :) Good deal otherwise though :)
#4
4.8 in vista?

your pc must be junk

my 3.4gig p4 with ddr 1 scores 4.9
#5
Shonk
4.8 in vista?

your pc must be junk

my 3.4gig p4 with ddr 1 scores 4.9


your a plumb the score is calculated on the lowest scoring device in your pc so if you have a £20graphics card that scores 2 2 will be your score no matter what the rest of your spec is and if you understood before blabbering out **** he ment the ram

i have some 667 of this in one of my media pc's and im running it at 800mhz at 5-5-5-15 with just 2volts i could maybe tighten those timmings up but still a good overclock. This is great ram and anyone who's had issues with compatibility will know what i mean this is the ram that always works my media pc with a new asus intel g35 motherboard turned its nose up at my geil 800 i kept getting memory errors so was forced to put in the 667 corsair i was disappointed losing performance but they OC'ed to 800mhz with loser timmings so i now wont bother buying some 1066mhz because the corsairs fine.
#6
polly69;2585960
your a plumb the score is calculated on the lowest scoring device in your pc so if you have a £20graphics card that scores 2 2 will be your score no matter what the rest of your spec is and if you understood before blabbering out **** he ment the ram

i have some 667 of this in one of my media pc's and im running it at 800mhz at 5-5-5-15 with just 2volts i could maybe tighten those timmings up but still a good overclock. This is great ram and anyone who's had issues with compatibility will know what i mean this is the ram that always works my media pc with a new asus intel g35 motherboard turned its nose up at my geil 800 i kept getting memory errors so was forced to put in the 667 corsair i was disappointed losing performance but they OC'ed to 800mhz with loser timmings so i now wont bother buying some 1066mhz because the corsairs fine.

I only have Vista 32 bit windows , i want the above but they says u shouldnt have 4gb for 32bit , is this right? will it be worse for my pc then just 3 gb?

Also how does this compare to ram from Dell as thats whats in my pc at mo
#7
A-n-d-y
I only have Vista 32 bit windows , i want the above but they says u shouldnt have 4gb for 32bit , is this right? will it be worse for my pc then just 3 gb?

Also how does this compare to ram from Dell as thats whats in my pc at mo


4 GB of RAM is the most you can have for 32-bit operating systems. Anymore than that just isn't recognised.
banned#8
Surprising how quick prices fall, I paid a little more than the price of this deal for this same memory but a 1gb stick, actually brought two for £110 a little over a year ago. Not much to say really, faultless memory, latency is a little bit high but for the average user they're spot on. For a fiver more you can get 2x2gb CL4 rated OCZ sticks which do run at slightly higher 2.1v http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138562
#9
i was clearly talking about my ram scoring 4.9
the cpu only scores 4.6

polly69
your a plumb the score is calculated on the lowest scoring device in your pc so if you have a £20graphics card that scores 2 2 will be your score no matter what the rest of your spec is and if you understood before blabbering out **** he ment the ram

i have some 667 of this in one of my media pc's and im running it at 800mhz at 5-5-5-15 with just 2volts i could maybe tighten those timmings up but still a good overclock. This is great ram and anyone who's had issues with compatibility will know what i mean this is the ram that always works my media pc with a new asus intel g35 motherboard turned its nose up at my geil 800 i kept getting memory errors so was forced to put in the 667 corsair i was disappointed losing performance but they OC'ed to 800mhz with loser timmings so i now wont bother buying some 1066mhz because the corsairs fine.
#10
£53.46 at Scan in the Shop Offers section if you use the free delivery options available.

http://www.scan.co.uk/ShopOffers/Index.aspx
#11
rosst
4 GB of RAM is the most you can have for 32-bit operating systems. Anymore than that just isn't recognised.

In a 32 bit operating system the full 4GB will NOT be recognised, normally it will see around 3-3.5GB. To fully "see" and utilise this amount of RAM a 64 bit operating system is required.
#12
polly69;2585960
your a plumb the score is calculated on the lowest scoring device in your pc so if you have a £20graphics card that scores 2 2 will be your score no matter what the rest of your spec is and if you understood before blabbering out **** he ment the ram

i have some 667 of this in one of my media pc's and im running it at 800mhz at 5-5-5-15 with just 2volts i could maybe tighten those timmings up but still a good overclock. This is great ram and anyone who's had issues with compatibility will know what i mean this is the ram that always works my media pc with a new asus intel g35 motherboard turned its nose up at my geil 800 i kept getting memory errors so was forced to put in the 667 corsair i was disappointed losing performance but they OC'ed to 800mhz with loser timmings so i now wont bother buying some 1066mhz because the corsairs fine.

Shonk;2585930
4.8 in vista?

your pc must be junk

my 3.4gig p4 with ddr 1 scores 4.9


Stop arguing about pointless rubbish :)

The Vista scores are only a VERY VERY approximate indication of performance and should be taken with a bag of salt.

Unless you overclock you're really not going to see much difference at all in the performance between say 533mhz RAM and 1066mhz RAM for most C2D processors released before the start of this year. I get 5.9 in Vista for my RAM (2x1gb sticks of 1066mhz DDR2) but I could just as well use some 667mhz RAM and be getting the same results. There was a site who did a whole load of benchmarks which showed that for C2D processors buying fancy fast RAM is pointless unless you overclock. It escapes me though. Like I said the Vista "benchmarks" are veeeeery approximate so I wouldn't really pay much attention to them.
#13
Archer;2586137
Surprising how quick prices fall, I paid a little more than the price of this deal for this same memory but a 1gb stick, actually brought two for £110 a little over a year ago. Not much to say really, faultless memory, latency is a little bit high but for the average user they're spot on. For a fiver more you can get 2x2gb CL4 rated OCZ sticks which do run at slightly higher 2.1v http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138562


I may go for the one u listed , u say it runs slighty higher at 2.1v what does this mean? can i just put this in my Dell pc and it will run without doing anything else?
I can afford to go up to £80 so anything better then the aboves if u could list would be great as i dont have a clue.
Thanks
#14
ERRRRRR......


100% tested at 800MHz in high performance DDR3 motherboards


Does that even make sense?
#15
This is a brilliant deal for a brilliant item. Voted hot.

@Kushan that may be discussing compatability with the new DDR3 focused boards. It may give an added boost or it may just be a lettering mistake.
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A-n-d-y
I may go for the one u listed , u say it runs slighty higher at 2.1v what does this mean? can i just put this in my Dell pc and it will run without doing anything else?

No - your DELL might not be able to drive the sticks at the required 2.1v.

Stick to the Corsair sticks in this thread - they run at the standard voltage of 1.8v, and will definitely work in your DELL, providing it takes DDR2 memory.
#17
Nom;2588322
No - your DELL might not be able to drive the sticks at the required 2.1v.

Stick to the Corsair sticks in this thread - they run at the standard voltage of 1.5v, and will definitely work in your DELL, providing it takes DDR2 memory.

Thanks , i just had to cancel that memory , i will order the above now :thumbsup:

I have a new XPS 420 so didnt know if it would take 2.1v dont want to risk it though as i just tried to ring Dell support but they left me on hold for ages

Glad u know what your on about otherwise i would be stuck with memory that didnt work , rep added.
#18
Nom, I'm surprised by what you write. I thought that generally DDR2 RAM will be rated at about 1.8v but obviosuly some will require higher voltages (approaching 2.2v) for tighter timings. I've never seen DDR2 RAM rated at 1.5v.

I have some of this corsair RAM that is rated at 1.8v in my mother in law's dell PC. It works fine.
#19
Shrap
Nom, I'm surprised by what you write. I thought that generally DDR2 RAM will be rated at about 1.8v but obviosuly some will require higher voltages (approaching 2.2v) for tighter timings. I've never seen DDR2 RAM rated at 1.5v.

I have some of this corsair RAM that is rated at 1.8v in my mother in law's dell PC. It works fine.

DDR2 = 1.8V at stock JEDEC speeds.
DDR3 = 1.5V at stock JEDEC speeds.
#20
Typo, sorry ! I meant 1.8v, not 1.5v !
#21
A-n-d-y
Thanks , i just had to cancel that memory , i will order the above now :thumbsup:

I have a new XPS 420 so didnt know if it would take 2.1v

As mentioned, the standard for DDR2 memory is 1.8v. It's quite common for "lesser" Motherboards to be fixed at this voltage, and incapable of providing any extra juice - so if the other sticks won't operate at 1.8v, they won't work ! Your DELL may or may not be in this boat :)

For future reference, if you don't know about this stuff, then always buy from Crucial - they guarantee compatibility, and come with a lifetime warranty :thumbsup::thumbsup:
#22
Price gone upto £54.99 now. For £3.53 more you can get the OCZ 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 Memory REAPER EDITION CL4 with 4.4.4 latency timingshttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/138562
#23
asusboy
Price gone upto £54.99 now. For £3.53 more you can get the OCZ 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 Memory REAPER EDITION CL4 with 4.4.4 latency timingshttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/138562


I've got that RAM and it's bloody awesome. Rated at 800Mhz, but overclocks pretty well.
Tempted to pick this up so I can have 8Gb, hehe.

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