G-Skill 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600Mhz RipjawsX Memory Kit CL9 (9-9-9-24) 1.5V - £59.15 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Same RAM as posted a few times recently but now back in stock at Ebuyer and even cheaper than ever at £59.15! Free delivery also, absolute bargain!

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This is my first deal btw so apologies if I've done anything wrong!
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#1
I am not a gamer and trying to build a PC for office work, I was looking for Corsair Veng 2*4GB at amazon for 64 odd quid, I dont mind the price difference. Is this better ram?
#2
Aston: you wont notice much differance. only show up in benchmarks. I paid around £80ish for my g-skill memory earlier this year. the 1.5v is re-assuring for sandybridge chips and they overclock to 1833Mhz
#3
Learing how to overclock would take the best part of next six months. I need fast and simple, reliable good looking non led based pc.
#4
these or the vengance?
1 Like #5
Personally I believe the Corsair brand is worth the £5 difference. Rock solid company
#6
aston_martin_own
Learing how to overclock would take the best part of next six months. I need fast and simple, reliable good looking non led based pc.

Budget?
#7
This is a fantastic buy, when I bought my 4GB OCZ Reaper RAM a while back that was a good deal at £50, at £60 this fantastic value
#8
I got these for a bit cheaper

I got these for my i7 very nice :D
Cas 8 instead

Edited By: empyphil on Jun 23, 2011 10:43
#9
I was desperate to buy these during my build. Glad I didn't as the heat spreader would have severely restricted my choice of CPU heatsink.
#10
i got these last week at £63.. not much i can report! All seems well with this build...

if it helps, windows 7 rates the memory at 7.6 (which is pretty damn good)
#11
empyphil
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-(2x2gb)-corsair-dominator-ddr3-pc3-12800-(1600)-cas-8-8-8-24-xmp-dhx-new-connector-165v I got these for a bit cheaper[/url]

I got these for my i7 very nice :D
Cas 8 instead

I might be reading your post wrongly but you've linked to Corsair Dominator on Scan for 4GB total memory.
This deal is for 8GB hence why it's such a good deal imo

Shima
#12
MBeeching
I was desperate to buy these during my build. Glad I didn't as the heat spreader would have severely restricted my choice of CPU heatsink.

This is a really good point, whilst the MASSIVE heat sinks look good and do perform, they can also play havoc with other o/c parts. You've just got to be wary of clearance, and that's rig dependent.

Shima
#13
Nooboid question about memory speed.

I found this diagram on Hexux review of the P8Z68-V PRO motherboard. Does that graphic mean that if I got this board, Sandy Bridge K CPU and no other graphic card ie Using the on-board GPU, that any memory could only run at 1333 MHz? I was kinda hoping the Z68 would have been better than the H68 which was also limited to 1333MHz :-\

http://img.hexus.net/v2/motherboards/intel/Z68/ASUSPROV/BlockB.png







Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Jun 23, 2011 13:13
#14
I have A Z68mx board and clock my Memory running at 1866



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Meathotukdeals
Nooboid question about memory speed.

I found this diagram on Hexux review of the P8Z68-V PRO motherboard. Does that graphic mean that if I got this board, Sandy Bridge K CPU and no other graphic card ie Using the on-board GPU, that any memory could only run at 1333 MHz? I was kinda hoping the Z68 would have been better than the H68 which was also limited to 1333MHz :-\







#15
MBeeching
I was desperate to buy these during my build. Glad I didn't as the heat spreader would have severely restricted my choice of CPU heatsink.


Thats why when i built mine i used XMS3 classic 1600mhz.

Not to pleased with ebuyer ive only today received my 6870 that had been posted on here last week but i had ordered my card the day before it was posted in total an entire week for super saver delivery.
banned#16
good deal,
#17
will this ram work in my dell xps 1702 i7 sandybridge laptop ?
#18
polly69
MBeeching
I was desperate to buy these during my build. Glad I didn't as the heat spreader would have severely restricted my choice of CPU heatsink.


Thats why when i built mine i used XMS3 classic 1600mhz.

Not to pleased with ebuyer ive only today received my 6870 that had been posted on here last week but i had ordered my card the day before it was posted in total an entire week for super saver delivery.


I've got 8gb of XMS3 1600mhz in mine too ;)
#19
indie24
I have A Z68mx board and clock my Memory running at 1866





Meathotukdeals
Nooboid question about memory speed.

I found this diagram on Hexux review of the P8Z68-V PRO motherboard. Does that graphic mean that if I got this board, Sandy Bridge K CPU and no other graphic card ie Using the on-board GPU, that any memory could only run at 1333 MHz? I was kinda hoping the Z68 would have been better than the H68 which was also limited to 1333MHz :-\







[/quote]

I know the z68 can run faster memory but is that only with a graphics card? That picture has 1333MHz coming from the processor graphics block. Whats you memory running at using the onboard sandy bridge gpu?
#20
djglenn1337
Personally I believe the Corsair brand is worth the £5 difference. Rock solid company

i call ****, there is nothing wrong with g.skill ram its very well known in the computer enthusiast world

i have this ram and paid about £65 for it and its runs like a charm. ALL RAM depends on what chips it actually has in order to determine how well it will overclock you cant assume that by brand alone

anyone who gets g.skill ram will not be disappointed, a very good deal for amd users since currently 1600mhz is what they clock too without OC the bus, also £60 for 8gb is superb

Edited By: KieranD212 on Jun 23, 2011 21:18
#21
Meathotukdeals
indie24
I have A Z68mx board and clock my Memory running at 1866




Meathotukdeals
Nooboid question about memory speed.

I found this diagram on Hexux review of the P8Z68-V PRO motherboard. Does that graphic mean that if I got this board, Sandy Bridge K CPU and no other graphic card ie Using the on-board GPU, that any memory could only run at 1333 MHz? I was kinda hoping the Z68 would have been better than the H68 which was also limited to 1333MHz :-\








I know the z68 can run faster memory but is that only with a graphics card? That picture has 1333MHz coming from the processor graphics block. Whats you memory running at using the onboard sandy bridge gpu?

I had my z68mx Gigabyte board with just the onboard IGP, My memory was set at 1866 and was overclocking the CPU to 4.2 on default vcore (2600k). I have now added a discreet GPU to make use of the quick sync and Lucid Virtu. Memory is still running at 1866mhz. I'm not sure I understand what you are saying. The IGP is clocked at 1350mhz I think and stays the same unless you want to cclock that seperatly.

Edited By: indie24 on Jun 24, 2011 11:45
#22
OK so your RAM is running at 1866MHz regardless of which GPU you are using. I am likely going to buy the motherboard (that picture was from a review of it) and will be using the on-board Sandy Bridge GPU but I wasn't sure what speed memory to buy - up to 1333MHz or faster than 1333MHz. I'm not considering overclocking anything at the mo, if ever, just interested in getting good components that work well together. But like I said nooboid question so maybe I am barking up the wrong tree totally?
#23
Meathotukdeals
OK so your RAM is running at 1866MHz regardless of which GPU you are using. I am likely going to buy the motherboard (that picture was from a review of it) and will be using the on-board Sandy Bridge GPU but I wasn't sure what speed memory to buy - up to 1333MHz or faster than 1333MHz. I'm not considering overclocking anything at the mo, if ever, just interested in getting good components that work well together. But like I said nooboid question so maybe I am barking up the wrong tree totally?

Yes the IGP is independant of memory speed you use. ANy speed memory will work if your board supports it.
#24
KieranD212
i call ****, there is nothing wrong with g.skill ram its very well known in the computer enthusiast world

i have this ram and paid about £65 for it and its runs like a charm. ALL RAM depends on what chips it actually has in order to determine how well it will overclock you cant assume that by brand alone

anyone who gets g.skill ram will not be disappointed, a very good deal for amd users since currently 1600mhz is what they clock too without OC the bus, also £60 for 8gb is superb

+1
#25
indie24
Meathotukdeals
OK so your RAM is running at 1866MHz regardless of which GPU you are using. I am likely going to buy the motherboard (that picture was from a review of it) and will be using the on-board Sandy Bridge GPU but I wasn't sure what speed memory to buy - up to 1333MHz or faster than 1333MHz. I'm not considering overclocking anything at the mo, if ever, just interested in getting good components that work well together. But like I said nooboid question so maybe I am barking up the wrong tree totally?


Yes the IGP is independant of memory speed you use. ANy speed memory will work if your board supports it.


Well that sounds better but why does it have DDR3 1333MHz coming from the Graphics Processors in the picture? I like to try and understand things for myself as well as accepting advice - not questioning your advice! :)
#26
Meathotukdeals
indie24
Meathotukdeals
OK so your RAM is running at 1866MHz regardless of which GPU you are using. I am likely going to buy the motherboard (that picture was from a review of it) and will be using the on-board Sandy Bridge GPU but I wasn't sure what speed memory to buy - up to 1333MHz or faster than 1333MHz. I'm not considering overclocking anything at the mo, if ever, just interested in getting good components that work well together. But like I said nooboid question so maybe I am barking up the wrong tree totally?


Yes the IGP is independant of memory speed you use. ANy speed memory will work if your board supports it.


Well that sounds better but why does it have DDR3 1333MHz coming from the Graphics Processors in the picture? I like to try and understand things for myself as well as accepting advice - not questioning your advice! :)


I think it's because the Intel chips were designed to officially support 1333mhz ddr3 standard. However memory chips will be faster so Intel also opted for support overclocked memory module (xmp profiles) such as 1866, 2133 which motherboard manufactures have also put. Just go to any z68 motherboard page and it will have a star next to the faster modules to say it supports them. Im sure if you google you can get more info.
#27
Indie24 thanks for your help. Yes I could GOOG but the pc world is huge and rather like my confusion with the picture I posted - I find the pc world runs a lot on assumed knowledge and that means you need to know a lot about associated things. Eg once i was trying to install a HDD in an external enclosure and it wouldn't work even though i followed the instructions to the letter. I had to phone tech support up and it came out in the conversation about where I put the jumpers but I hadn't done anything like that because it wasn't in the docs at all. The worst example of 'assumed knowledge' was when i got a sound card and the docs didn't tell me how to install it but did say a lot about the shape of the human ear, stereo sound and what the card could do! I was really grinding my teeth with that one! It took me a fair while to decide on a H67 motherboard and I hadn't even heard of the Z mother boards at all because I'm out of the pc loop so to speak. So if someone out there is willing to help and they can easily filter all this confusion and board knowledge down into a sentence or two I'll take it gladly :) Thank you once again. :)
#28
Off topic post:

Just wondering if anyone on here could help me with sorting out parts to build my own PC. Got a budget of around 500-600, want it to run some games and be able to handle some 3D work. Give me a pm if you could help :)

Thanks
#29
Bren 7SE
Off topic post:

Just wondering if anyone on here could help me with sorting out parts to build my own PC. Got a budget of around 500-600, want it to run some games and be able to handle some 3D work. Give me a pm if you could help :)

Thanks


just an idea but scan do overclocked bundles motherboard - cpu - memory - cooler and components all listed along with their prices. maybe you could use one of those as a base set up by buying the components yourself rather than pay more for them tobe overclocked too. other places do motherboard bundles but cannot remember off top of my head who but you'd know the components run fine with each other.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Jun 27, 2011 15:33
#30
Meathotukdeals
Bren 7SE
Off topic post:

Just wondering if anyone on here could help me with sorting out parts to build my own PC. Got a budget of around 500-600, want it to run some games and be able to handle some 3D work. Give me a pm if you could help :)

Thanks

just an idea but scan do overclocked bundles motherboard - cpu - memory - cooler and components all listed along with their prices. maybe you could use one of those as a base set up by buying the components yourself rather than pay more for them tobe overclocked too. other places do motherboard bundles but cannot remember off top of my head who but you'd know the components run fine with each other.

The new i7 Sandybridge processors are very easy to overclock if you need to. The Z68 chipsets (Some have it disabled so be careful) support Intel Quick sync (faster video encoding)which is why I bought the GA-z68mx-ud2h. It also offer on the fly GPU switching with your discreet Video Card (Lucidlogix Virtu Software). You can overclock the board by changing the multiplier now with the 2500k / 2600k models (Must end with K). With a small amount of reading even a person new to overclocking can do it without too much difficulty. Plenty of forums available to offer help.
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Meathotukdeals
Bren 7SE
Off topic post:

Just wondering if anyone on here could help me with sorting out parts to build my own PC. Got a budget of around 500-600, want it to run some games and be able to handle some 3D work. Give me a pm if you could help :)

Thanks


just an idea but scan do overclocked bundles motherboard - cpu - memory - cooler and components all listed along with their prices. maybe you could use one of those as a base set up by buying the components yourself rather than pay more for them tobe overclocked too. other places do motherboard bundles but cannot remember off top of my head who but you'd know the components run fine with each other.


Well they were hidden away, just found the page for you.

http://3xs.scan.co.uk/Category.asp?SystemMasterCategoryID=38

some z68 systems in your price range, as well as p67s, need to look at the key products tab for component listing.



Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Jun 27, 2011 16:17
#32
I got this for 51.08 including free postage (5 day option)

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