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The Platinum Revision 2 has been re-engineered to turn out heart-pounding 4-4-4 timings with flawless performance and stability and offer lower latencies than standard 800MHz DDR2 memory. It utilizes the latest OCZ heatspreader design. XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) Heatspreaders allow increased ventilation and heat dissipation due to an innovative honeycomb design providing more direct access to the actual memory ICs.

The Platinum Revision 2 is built with leading edge technology designed and qualified with special selection of premium components to maximize performance in even the most demanding computing environments.

With its ultra-fast performance, high quality and reliability, the Platinum Revision 2 edition is a perfect memory upgrade for the latest CPU arrivals.
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#1
£2.58 p&p with super saver.
For the average person, this something cheaper would be just as usefull : http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=793624
Not sure on its warranty though, and the OCZ is pretty good ram, with better overclocking potential.
#2
"heart-pounding 4-4-4- timings"? My Marketing-********-ometer has just hit the red zone.
#3
i'm think of updating the ram on my dell pc... will this work
#4
Please add postage to price in the title.

For people with Dells etc this RAM will very likely run at CL5 in which case you might as well buy one of the Scan deals as they’re cheaper.
#5
Agharta
Please add postage to price in the title.

For people with Dells etc this RAM will very likely run at CL5 in which case you might as well buy one of the Scan deals as they’re cheaper.


can you recommend any from scan

thanks
#6
HOT RAM!!!

if you are upgrading, this is the ram to buy.
#7
I'm thinking of getting this Motherboard
ABIT FATAL1TY FP-IN9
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=543993&source=froogle
And a Q6600 slacr processor .
Do you think this ram will be OK ?I would put 4gb in ?
#8
akhlaq768
can you recommend any from scan

http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/

2GB (2x1GB) Corsair TwinX XMS2, DDR2 PC2-6400 (800), 240 Pins, Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 5-5-5-12 £28.79 inc VAT

Free postage is available - http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
#9
globalds
I'm thinking of getting this Motherboard
ABIT FATAL1TY FP-IN9
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=543993&source=froogle
And a Q6600 slacr processor .
Do you think this ram will be OK ?I would put 4gb in ?


Your Mobo will take this memory and 4GB will be fine.
#10
Now £32.99

Damn ebuyers flexible pricing
#11
akhlaq768;2062738
i'm think of updating the ram on my dell pc... will this work
[SIZE=1]Because there may be a difference in voltages, I think for the best/guaranteed compatibility, it may be wise to visit [/SIZE][SIZE=1]Crucial[/SIZE][SIZE=1] & use their Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool.[/SIZE]

Agharta;2062829
For people with Dells etc this RAM will very likely run at CL5 in which case you might as well buy one of the Scan deals as they’re cheaper.
Have you actually tried Corsair/OCZ RAM in a Dell?
#12
Crossbow
[SIZE=1]Because there may be a difference in voltages, I think for the best/guaranteed compatibility, it may be wise to visit [/SIZE][SIZE=1]Crucial[/SIZE][SIZE=1] & use their Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool.[/SIZE]
Have you actually tried Corsair/OCZ RAM in a Dell?

No; are there issues with Dells not being compatible with standard RAM?
The voltage will be set from the SPD values so I can’t see that being an issue although it will of course restrict the timings to CL5 usually for compatibility purposes. Better that than buying RAM that has an SPD setting of CL4 which is asking for problems and rarely done these days.

I have access to OCZ/Corsair etc and a Vostro 400 so I’ll give it a go if I can find the inclination.
#13
good price for this.

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