Kingston 1GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory £23.08 @ ebuyer (google discount) - HotUKDeals
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Was looking at good ways to spend the google discount before it expires, and found this bargain. £23.08 inc del and vat for a 1GB stick - suitable for the Intel Apple Macbook... which is the laptop I purchased it for.

Rememeber... you can use google discount more than once!
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#1
Also consider crucial branded should stock availability be an issue... it's the same price.

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119282/product_info
#2
I took the plunge and bought the 2Gb Crucial kit for my Dell Inspiron 6000 which came to just over £40 including cheapest delivery option (in no rush) and £10 google checkout (last day). Same memory costs £56 from Crucial website.

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119283
#3
I could really do with some help here...I was thinking of purchasing Desktop RAM (namely Kingston 2GB KIT (2X1GB) DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 CL5 Non Ecc 1.8V from ebuyer.com) but I don't know if this RAM will be compatible with my Philips MT2400 desktop (which currently has 1024 MB DDR2 RAM). Is there a website I can visit which will tell me if this RAM will work with my PC? Thanks
#4
As per a post I made earlier try Crucial's website www.crucial.com/uk and either choose their Scan Your System option or search their site. Worked well for me.
#5
dja2007
As per a post I made earlier try Crucial's website www.crucial.com/uk and either choose their Scan Your System option or search their site. Worked well for me.


great stuff...thanks. Told me exactly what I wanted to know...but I had just one other question...will be possible for me to run a scan from a particular website so that the make and model of my motherboard will be shown (as well as potential motherboard upgrades)? If so, can someone list said websites? Thanks
#6
Otherwise, is there another way (apart from an online scan) to find out my motherboard make and model without tearing open my tower...and before anyone suggests it...no, i haven't got my PC info. manual! Btw, will upgrading my motherboard result in better performance and if so, what percentages r we talking, e.g. 10, 20 % improved performance.
#7
Try downloading, unzipping and running a program called AIDA32 from http://www.majorgeeks.com/download181.html
It should give you at least a starting point re make and model. Sorry don't have an answer re %age performance improvements on a new motherboard. Hope this helps.
#8
dja2007
Try downloading, unzipping and running a program called AIDA32 from http://www.majorgeeks.com/download181.html
It should give you at least a starting point re make and model. Sorry don't have an answer re %age performance improvements on a new motherboard. Hope this helps.


yes it does...thanks

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