JUST RAMS CS DDR2 SODIMM CS 2GB DDR2 PC2-5300 LAPTOP MEMORY - £17.12 Delivered @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Add product number 670411 and 506896 to get it £17.12 delivered.
Compatable with most new laptops including Eee PC, Acer One, Advent 4211, MSI Wind and also works in MacBooks. I don't think you will find a 2GB DDR2 200pin laptop memory cheaper than this.

Product Information

* 667 mhz Memory Speed
* 200 pin Module configuration
* Non ECC ECC/Non ECC
* PC2-5300
* DDR2 SODIMM
* 2GB
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#1
£39.99 at Dixons
#2
Will this fit a hp pavillion dv6907
#3
That's a HOT deal!
Next best price for 2Gb is £17.99 from 7day shop, and they want £5 delivery!

2 on their way to me :-D and a coaster.

:thumbsup:
#4
I reserved these yesterday and went down today to collect them - and guess what No Stock.

Thank goodness for your 99p delivery. Just ordered 2.

Cheers op.
#5
hot., picked mine up this morning ....an hour just waiting to be served in the business centre...!!
#6
Available for collection at High Wycombe
#7
Ordered, thanks OP
#8
Rudki
Available for collection at High Wycombe


Give them a ring before you go to pick up. You dont want to get there and they say "sorry, our systems are wrong and we havent got any".
#9
big_ndn
Give them a ring before you go to pick up. You dont want to get there and they say "sorry, our systems are wrong and we havent got any".


That's not my local store. I though it may be usefull for someone elsee.
#10
How do i work out if this will fit my laptop??? Acer Aspire 5100
#11
Heat added - this will be perfect in my T60!! :) great find - thanks again:
#12
Damn haven't checked if they're in stock or not but i ordered the 7 day shop ones earlier for the Acer laptop that was posted on here.Can't see how and where to cancel the order on their site.Anyone know how to do it?
It's pending at present so i suppose that's too late now?
#13
Good find. Hot.
1 Like #14
Lefty;3008534
Will this fit a hp pavillion dv6907


ZoLa__;3009194
How do i work out if this will fit my laptop??? Acer Aspire 5100
Check the respective websites for those particular models' advanced specs. They usually provide info about the type of RAM & max module capacity per slot.

Edit: Or, easier still: get on to Crucial/UK & do an online scan from those laptops. See what compatible RAM it comes up with (you may have to scroll down to get the full picture). If it says that it can support 2Gb modules of this particular type/spec or RAM in a single slot, then this will most probably be compatible :thumbsup:. If you're still not sure, post the URL of the scan & I'll take a look & let you know.
#15
Play were doing kingston 2Gig ram modules for £15 a wee while back.
#16
Acccording to some forum posts I came across (but didn't go researching specifically afterwards to double check) it seems on netbooks with an extra memory slot not used (MSI Wind/Advent) you can't use 3 GB ram by adding in another 2GB to the 1GB already on (though I know 1GB+1GB as a pair does work as my Advent has this). However those with single slots which are already filled such as the Akoya (and Acer?) can have the ram switched out from 1GB to 2GB. Might be worth looking into if anyone is thinking of upgrading ram?

Edit: came across this as well

"1. Aspire One uses 945GSE chipset, which only supports a max of 2GB RAM. This explains why adding a 2GB stick ( for a total of 2.5GB ) will cause failure to boot. The chipset does not support it.

MSI Winds have the same issue, but the newer MSI wind BIOS allows the disabling of the onbard RAM, so a 2GB SODIMM RAM will give you a total of 2GB (coz the onboard RAM is disabled ), which then boots fine."
#17
Thx, confirmed i can, so ordered 2. Should notice a difference from the current 2x512MB slots.

One question, should i install vista to gain full benefit from these?

My processor is:

# CPU Manufacturer: AuthenticAMD
# CPU Family: AMD Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology MK-36 Model 12, Stepping 2
# CPU Speed: 1994 MHz
#18
ZoLa__
How do i work out if this will fit my laptop??? Acer Aspire 5100


and:

ZoLa__
One question, should i install vista to gain full benefit from these?

My processor is:

# CPU Manufacturer: AuthenticAMD
# CPU Family: AMD Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology MK-36 Model 12, Stepping 2
# CPU Speed: 1994 MHz


GIY - Google It Yourself!
#19
Think i didnt try that already?

I think my laptop needs to be upgraded to Vista, its dual core but xp cant use dual core right? Also 64 bit lol, what a waste.
#20
ZoLa__
Think i didnt try that already?

I think my laptop needs to be upgraded to Vista, its dual core but xp cant use dual core right? Also 64 bit lol, what a waste.


XP can/will/does use both cores. 64 bit OS is of no real advantage on windows unless you're a masochist or intend to use more than 3 gig of memory.
#21
ZoLa__
Think i didnt try that already?


Well, it would seem you didn't (or at least you didn't do it very well). If you Google for:

Acer Aspire 5100 memory upgrade

The first results tell you what you need to know!

ZoLa__

I think my laptop needs to be upgraded to Vista, its dual core but xp cant use dual core right? Also 64 bit lol, what a waste.


As for the question of upgrading XP to Vista, I wouldn't bother unless you're a) keen on Vista; b) prepared to put up with the hassle of upgrading (or are needing to do a clean re-install anyway to get a cruft free system).

XP can use (and does) use multiple cores when they're available - click Start, select Run type taskman in the box and press Enter to display the Task Manager - there you will see your two cores working away in XP...

While we're at it, using 32-bit s/w on a 64-bit processor isn't a waste - they run 32-bit software really well. The only real reason for using a 64-bit version of XP or Vista is for the larger memory address space - i.e. there's nothing to be gained unless you have more than 4GB of memory (and have 64-bit applications that need large chunks of memory) - so it's not really an issue for almost anyone in the real world (now and in the nearish future).

P.S. Am only telling you this so I don't have to refer you to Google again!
#22
will this fit my Asus 7" EEE PC Linux 4GB
#23
littleone;3009704
will this fit my Asus 7" EEE PC Linux 4GB
Follow my suggestion in this post (made in this thread) & you will get your answer.

If you can't run the online scanner for any reason, do it manually by selecting the appropriate items in the dropdown lists of the Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool :thumbsup:
#24
Reserved to pick up tomorrow. Will do nicely in my Asus EEE 701.

Heat & Rep given.
#25
Awwww i think i checked too late and now no central london stores have it to collect!

Does anyone know where I can get quality RAM 2x 1GB (laptop ones) for <£25 ??
I looked on play.com already...too expensive for 2 sticks...

Thanks
#26
Hi.

I can't run the scan but this is the info on my laptop..

http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/listparts.aspx?model=Business%20Notebook%20nx7400

Can anyone tell me if the memory would work okay ?

Thanks

James
#27
domyue;300981
Does anyone know where I can get quality RAM 2x 1GB (laptop ones) for <£25 ??
Yep, kind of at Crucial. These cost £25.84 delivered, & by going through Quidco you'll be getting 7% cashback - 2x1Gb PC2-5300 OR 2x1Gb PC2-6400 - confirm compatibility of latter before buying.

cd02;3009836
I can't run the scan but this is the info on my laptop..
http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/listparts.aspx?model=Business%20Notebook%20nx7400
Can anyone tell me if the memory would work okay ?
Yes, should be OK according to Crucial.
#28
thanks crossbow
#29
ne1 tried this in a macbook, does it make much of a difference upgradin from 1gb to 2gb?
#30
Lefty
Will this fit a hp pavillion dv6907


ZoLa__
How do i work out if this will fit my laptop??? Acer Aspire 5100


littleone
will this fit my Asus 7" EEE PC Linux 4GB


Yes to all above.

vol40
ne1 tried this in a macbook, does it make much of a difference upgradin from 1gb to 2gb?


Yes and it won't make much difference as Mac OSX does'nt use that much system resources.
#31
Merryhill Instock
#32
#33
pc_tech86
Yes to all above.



Yes and it won't make much difference as Mac OSX does'nt use that much system resources.


Firstly, it does. Especially leopard. Secondly, if you run things like photoshop you may see a decent speed improvement in certain operations.

Compare http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/apple/memory/iMac_and_Mac_mini_memory_performance_testing/
#34
leighonigar
Firstly, it does. Especially leopard. Secondly, if you run things like photoshop you may see a decent speed improvement in certain operations.

Compare http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/apple/memory/iMac_and_Mac_mini_memory_performance_testing/


Yes, if you run things like photoshop.
banned#35
not available for home delivery :( and no local stocks :(
#36
pc_tech86
Yes, if you run things like photoshop.


I'm pretty certain you'll see speed improvements all over, and I have, but anyhow.
#37
For those that are asking if its compatible with X, try this site : http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/default.asp .... it seems to list EVERY laptop ever made :thumbsup: BTW ive reserved one, but im waiting for the phone call to say they dont have any stock ....... wouldnt be the 1st time :x

... Also remember that if you are running 32bit Windows Vista it will only regonise up to 3gb.
#38
Crossbow
Yep, kind of at Crucial. These cost £25.84 delivered, & by going through Quidco you'll be getting 7% cashback - 2x1Gb PC2-5300 OR 2x1Gb PC2-6400 - confirm compatibility of latter before buying.


1) Does it really matter if I compare compatibility?? I heard that a laptop allowing only PC2-5300 can accept PC2-6400 flawlessly (just that it will run at the lower speed).

2) Also, is it better for PC2-5300 at CL5 or PC2-6400 at CL6 (assuming both compatible)??

Thanks!!
#39
just fit in my eee pc only see 1Gb ram
#40
got mine: Lenovo now on 3gb!! woohoo - thanks again OP!!

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