Corsair XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 1600MHz Triple Channel £64.61 @ OcUK - HotUKDeals
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The XMS Series CMX6GX3M3A1600C9 is a 6144MByte kit of DDR3 SDRAM DIMMs built using Corsair’s high performance heat sink which includes Intel’s Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP 1.2). This part delivers outstanding performance in the latest generation of X58 DDR3-based motherboards. It has been tested extensively in popular X58 motherboards to ensure compatibility and performance at its rated speed. This memory has been verified to operate at 1600MHz at latencies of 9-9-9-24 at 1.65V VDIMM.

- Each three module set is tested at 1600MHz
- Packaged together immediately following system test
- Tested together at 1600MHz, Vdimm = 1.65V, at latency settings of 9-9-9-24 on Intel X58 DDR3-based motherboards.
- SPD programmed at: JEDEC standard 9-9-9-24 values at 1333MHz.
- XMP 9-9-9-24 values at 1600MHz, 1.65V
- 6144 Megabytes of DDR3 memory
- Three matched 2GB modules
- 100% tested at 1600MHz in X58-based motherboards
- Supports Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP)
- Lifetime Warranty

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#1
Free delivery for forum members otherwise £73.13 with delivery - perhaps should include this in the title.


Edited By: marktime on Dec 17, 2010 09:56
#2
There is 49 in stock atm...
#3
Would this be suitable/compatible for upgrading the Asus 1201n?
#4
good find ! hot from me.
#5
damnit hoovering over building a new machine............. can i doit before xmas.. can i... really huh..

*HEAT ADDED WHILE I DECIDE
1 Like #6
Crapweasel
Would this be suitable/compatible for upgrading the Asus 1201n?

No, this is DDR3 desktop RAM, you need DDR2 SODIMM for that laptop. Was a deal on direct from Samsung for 1Gb SODDIMs at £9.99 on here last week.

Edited By: marktime on Dec 17, 2010 10:29
#7
marktime
Crapweasel
Would this be suitable/compatible for upgrading the Asus 1201n?


No, this is DDR3 desktop RAM, you need DDR2 SODIMM for that laptop. Was a deal on direct from Samsung for 1Gb SODDIMs at £9.99 on here last week.


Thanks, you just saved me :3
1 Like #8
Crapweasel
marktime
Crapweasel
Would this be suitable/compatible for upgrading the Asus 1201n?
No, this is DDR3 desktop RAM, you need DDR2 SODIMM for that laptop. Was a deal on direct from Samsung for 1Gb SODDIMs at £9.99 on here last week.
Thanks, you just saved me :3

No prob.

Can get same RAM for a little bit more on scan Today Only, until about 1pm today, if you have free delivery with them:

scan Today Only

Also, on same page in 'Mix it' section, can get same RAM + 1Gb F3 HDD for £102.21, if you needed a hard drive at the same time.
#9
marktime
Crapweasel
marktime
Crapweasel
Would this be suitable/compatible for upgrading the Asus 1201n?
No, this is DDR3 desktop RAM, you need DDR2 SODIMM for that laptop. Was a deal on direct from Samsung for 1Gb SODDIMs at £9.99 on here last week.
Thanks, you just saved me :3
No prob.Can get same RAM for a little bit more on scan Today Only, until about 1pm today, if you have free delivery with them:scan Today OnlyAlso, on same page in 'Mix it' section, can get same RAM + 1Gb F3 HDD for £102.21, if you needed a hard drive at the same time.
Beat me to it, £66.96 if you have Scan free delivery.
In any case, would much rather buy it from Scan even if it cost a little more. OCUK are to be avoided like the plague.

Edited By: jukkie on Dec 17, 2010 13:45
#10
jacthalad
damnit hoovering over building a new machine............. can i doit before xmas.. can i... really huh..

*HEAT ADDED WHILE I DECIDE


Do hoovering help you think then? I find cleaning the oven more effective to clear my thoughts ;)
#11
Also, I have these in my own PC. They aren't great to overclock (actually they're terrible), but if you're running at stock speeds that wont matter much anyway.
#12
can you use this ram in a sandy bridge build? I've been thinking of getting an 17 950 and motherboard and have bought this ram already, Im just wondering if I should wait for the sandy bridge to use if there is any price drops or if the sandy bridge will be the same price. If same price and ram works than I might aswell go that route
#13
i have a dell xps studio 430 with 3gb ddr3 1067MHz memory. would my mb support 1600mhz xpm?
#14
jukkie
[quote=marktime] [quote=Crapweasel] [quote=marktime] [quote=Crapweasel]
In any case, would much rather buy it from Scan even if it cost a little more. OCUK are to be avoided like the plague.

Agree 100%
OCUK are a rancid company!
#15
Leftfield_2k2
jukkie
[quote=marktime] [quote=Crapweasel] [quote=marktime] [quote=Crapweasel] In any case, would much rather buy it from Scan even if it cost a little more. OCUK are to be avoided like the plague.
Agree 100%OCUK are a rancid company!

And let the OCUK vs Scan ranting begin.........zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
#16
I paid this for 4gb (from Novatech) just a couple of weeks ago, FGS....
#17
Keep in mind that if you qualify for free delivery from OcUK they use DPD and they are struggling to deliver. I'm still waiting for my Next day delivery from Monday and others are waiting since last week :(

Funny thing is I ordered a Video Card from Novatech yesterday and received it this morning (parcelforce)

If you do buy use Royal Mail option
#18
Nice one bro. might just buy some to keep on the side... Legend
#19
£93.99 now - needs expiring.

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