HyperX FURY Series 8GB DDR3 1866MHz - Red £56.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
cheers, ordered just before xmas for £3 more, so just got a £3 refund :)
#2
That is a very nice price. Hot!
#3
Almost pounced on this... Difference between this and my 1600MHz RAM is negligible though. Still hot.
#4
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00J8E91H2/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Still a good price even though it's £2 more than the white version
#5
I have just returned 2 sticks of these to Amazon as they kept blue screening my PC....stuck in Corsair sticks from another PC and all is fine so when Amazon refund I will be ordering Corsair as they seem a better bet for reliability.
#6
currychops
I have just returned 2 sticks of these to Amazon as they kept blue screening my PC....stuck in Corsair sticks from another PC and all is fine so when Amazon refund I will be ordering Corsair as they seem a better bet for reliability.

Probably could have been resolved by clearing the CMOS, or just loading optimal BIOS settings.
#7
ignore.
actually a good price :)


Edited By: adilkhokhar93 on Dec 30, 2014 15:49
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#9
thebuyer
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00J8E91H2/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/chart/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
Still a good price even though it's £2 more than the white version

Nice price drop heat added !
#10
Looking to give an old PC a boost. Did a Crucial scan where they recommend DDR PC3-12800 or DDR PC£-10600.My motherboard is a Giga-Byte GA-H55M-USB3. Will this upgrade be compatible/

I have 2gb installed just now was looking to remove and upgrade to 8gb, would I be better having 2x4gb matched pair or 1x8gb?

I've got a Flubit demand which is only 5p more for 2x4gb of this model so would appreciate any advice.
#11
gordon060367
Looking to give an old PC a boost. Did a Crucial scan where they recommend DDR PC3-12800 or DDR PC£-10600.My motherboard is a Giga-Byte GA-H55M-USB3. Will this upgrade be compatible/

I have 2gb installed just now was looking to remove and upgrade to 8gb, would I be better having 2x4gb matched pair or 1x8gb?

I've got a Flubit demand which is only 5p more for 2x4gb of this model so would appreciate any advice.

2x4GB is always better than 1 stick of 8GB ram, anyone will tell you that.
#12
kingLAWZA
gordon060367
Looking to give an old PC a boost. Did a Crucial scan where they recommend DDR PC3-12800 or DDR PC£-10600.My motherboard is a Giga-Byte GA-H55M-USB3. Will this upgrade be compatible/

I have 2gb installed just now was looking to remove and upgrade to 8gb, would I be better having 2x4gb matched pair or 1x8gb?

I've got a Flubit demand which is only 5p more for 2x4gb of this model so would appreciate any advice.

2x4GB is always better than 1 stick of 8GB ram, anyone will tell you that.

It's not always better. If you have 4 slots and you want 32GB of RAM, you wouldn't buy 4GB sticks would you.
#13
rev6
kingLAWZA
gordon060367
Looking to give an old PC a boost. Did a Crucial scan where they recommend DDR PC3-12800 or DDR PC£-10600.My motherboard is a Giga-Byte GA-H55M-USB3. Will this upgrade be compatible/

I have 2gb installed just now was looking to remove and upgrade to 8gb, would I be better having 2x4gb matched pair or 1x8gb?

I've got a Flubit demand which is only 5p more for 2x4gb of this model so would appreciate any advice.

2x4GB is always better than 1 stick of 8GB ram, anyone will tell you that.

It's not always better. If you have 4 slots and you want 32GB of RAM, you wouldn't buy 4GB sticks would you.

Stop being a b****, for performance it is always better.
#14
kingLAWZA
rev6
kingLAWZA
gordon060367
Looking to give an old PC a boost. Did a Crucial scan where they recommend DDR PC3-12800 or DDR PC£-10600.My motherboard is a Giga-Byte GA-H55M-USB3. Will this upgrade be compatible/

I have 2gb installed just now was looking to remove and upgrade to 8gb, would I be better having 2x4gb matched pair or 1x8gb?

I've got a Flubit demand which is only 5p more for 2x4gb of this model so would appreciate any advice.

2x4GB is always better than 1 stick of 8GB ram, anyone will tell you that.

It's not always better. If you have 4 slots and you want 32GB of RAM, you wouldn't buy 4GB sticks would you.

Stop being a b****, for performance it is always better.

Can't handle the truth?
#15
Don't see how this is hot, a matched pair is not much more?
#16
RustySpoons
Don't see how this is hot, a matched pair is not much more?

2x8GB for a similar price... Where?
#17
rev6
RustySpoons
Don't see how this is hot, a matched pair is not much more?

2x8GB for a similar price... Where?

These come in a few colours as a matched pair 8GB's (16GB Kit) for around 115-120 on Amazon, had my eye on them for a while.
As they are Kingston (Who don't fab ram, pretty much like Corsair) they can use different manufacturers RAM or models on the same part number, so slightly more risky buying singular sticks.

Crucial (Micron) slightly less of a gamble as they fab their own chips if buying single sticks.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00J8E8ZOC/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Edited By: RustySpoons on Dec 31, 2014 15:13
#18
rev6
currychops
I have just returned 2 sticks of these to Amazon as they kept blue screening my PC....stuck in Corsair sticks from another PC and all is fine so when Amazon refund I will be ordering Corsair as they seem a better bet for reliability.

Probably could have been resolved by clearing the CMOS, or just loading optimal BIOS settings.

That was done but same result...can only conclude that one stick was faulty...just couldn't be arsed trying with just one stick installed to see which was at fault so sent both back.
#19
currychops
I have just returned 2 sticks of these to Amazon as they kept blue screening my PC....stuck in Corsair sticks from another PC and all is fine so when Amazon refund I will be ordering Corsair as they seem a better bet for reliability.

that's unfortunate but really doesn't tell you anything about reliability. Both companies will have a low % of defective RAM, and you getting unlucky with one and not with the other is really of no significance

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