Kingston 2 GB DDR3 Memory - SODIMM 204 PC3-8500 ) KTT1066D3/2G Scan for £11.99 - HotUKDeals
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Not much to say other than a good price for 2Gb branded DDR3 laptop memory. Free shipping for AVForums and Hexus people, £4.79 shipping for everyone else unless you collect.
so 1 stick for £16.78, 2 sticks for £28.77 if you have to pay for postage.

It's on the Today Only page, near the top before someone says it £19.16 :)
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#1
memory just keeps getting cheaper!
#2
good deal, looks like it may be ok for the toshiba nb250, deal today

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ebay-dotd-toshiba-nb250-netbook-250/845914/#post10315117

Edited By: money-talks on Jan 07, 2011 15:07
2 Likes #3
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.

Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.

Edited By: Pepp77 on Jan 07, 2011 16:07
#4
Brought one of these to go with my NB250 purhased this morning. Memory has already been shipped for delivery on Monday. Thanks to Money-talks for the tip.
#5
Pepp77
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.

Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.
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We ordered 2 of these today without a problem and added a 55p cable to take over the £20 ex vat limit....thanks :)
#6
Emzy81
Pepp77
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.

Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.
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We ordered 2 of these today without a problem and added a 55p cable to take over the £20 ex vat limit....thanks :)


Fair enough but it does state

Due to demand - Each Super Saver Offer is limited to one per customer.


on Scans website and this is definitely in their supersaver section.
1 Like #7
Guess we were lucky then! Worth trying in future if anyone wants 2 of something
#8
Pepp77
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.

What about those that can collect?
#9
davidclack
Pepp77
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.


What about those that can collect?


Or the first wave of AVforum users who don't have a minimum spend. But I think in general he should add shipping or change it to instore price as most people will have to pay postage.
#10
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers
#11
Nevermind, laptop memroy.

Edited By: Vegito on Jan 08, 2011 04:08
#12
It won't give me free delivery even though the pre-vat amount is over £20.

And is it just me or is this listed incorrectly?

Kingston 2 GB Memory - SO DIMM 204-pin - 1066 MHz ( PC3-8500 ) KTT1066D3/2G
2Gb Kingston KTT1066D3/2G SO DIMM DDR3 1066MHz 204pin (PC3-3500) PC/Apple
Scan code

Manufacturer code

LN37307
KTT1066D3/2G


In Stock
Delivered to you on Monday 10th January 2011


Edited By: sotomonkey on Jan 08, 2011 06:35
#13
Does any smartie here know how you find out if this memory is compatible with my laptop/netbook ??

Thanking you in advance :)
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
davidclack
Pepp77
No free shipping as its under the £20 spending limit for free delivery and you cant buy 2 to get free delivery as its a super saver and therefore 1 per customer.Still under £17 isnt bad - but title needs updating to this total price as no one can buy it for £11.99 unless they are already buying something else as well.


What about those that can collect?


Or the first wave of AVforum users who don't have a minimum spend. But I think in general he should add shipping or change it to instore price as most people will have to pay postage.


What qualifies as first wave? This is the first I've heard of a two-tier approach. I've been an AVF member for 6 years - do I qualify and if so how do I take advantage? Thanks!
#15
drop_dead_budgie
memory just keeps getting cheaper!


And software just keep getting more demanding
#16
Vowo
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers


Even after searching the crucial site for compatible RAM I'm not 100% sure. It's the right type of ram but this is PC3-3500 , whereas the stuff in the R3700 Revo is PC3-8500. No idea what the difference is.

Does anyone know what those figures refer to and if they make much difference?
#17
Ah it must be a typo, as it's the only place that sells such RAM. I imagine PC3-3500 DDR 3 RAM doesn't exist?
http://www.google.co.uk/products?hl=en&q=SODIMM+DDR3+204+pin+PC3-3500&spell=1&oi=spell
#18
sotomonkey
Ah it must be a typo, as it's the only place that sells such RAM. I imagine PC3-3500 DDR 3 RAM doesn't exist?
http://www.google.co.uk/products?hl=en&q=SODIMM+DDR3+204+pin+PC3-3500&spell=1&oi=spell


Yep just a typo on the today only page, the actual product page shows it correctly at PC8500 RAM.
#19
I wonder if it will work on a mac.
#20
solocheeks
Brought one of these to go with my NB250 purhased this morning. Memory has already been shipped for delivery on Monday. Thanks to Money-talks for the tip.


http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32715052562

Edited By: austinc on Jan 08, 2011 11:15
#21
austinc
solocheeks
Brought one of these to go with my NB250 purhased this morning. Memory has already been shipped for delivery on Monday. Thanks to Money-talks for the tip.


http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32715052562



Yeah he's SO DIMM..
#22
sotomonkey
austinc
solocheeks
Brought one of these to go with my NB250 purhased this morning. Memory has already been shipped for delivery on Monday. Thanks to Money-talks for the tip.

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Yeah he's SO DIMM..


Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit................
Join this - http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32791289299
#23
sotomonkey
Vowo
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers


Even after searching the crucial site for compatible RAM I'm not 100% sure. It's the right type of ram but this is PC3-3500 , whereas the stuff in the R3700 Revo is PC3-8500. No idea what the difference is.

Does anyone know what those figures refer to and if they make much difference?


So, I'm still unsure whether or not this DDR3 so-dimm is ok for the Revo 3700!?! ~confused~

Help, anyone!
#24
sotomonkey
It won't give me free delivery even though the pre-vat amount is over £20.

Are you an AVForum member with at least 20 posts as you won't get free delivery if not ?


Edited By: Robbo11 on Jan 08, 2011 20:03
#25
Vowo
sotomonkey
Vowo
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers


Even after searching the crucial site for compatible RAM I'm not 100% sure. It's the right type of ram but this is PC3-3500 , whereas the stuff in the R3700 Revo is PC3-8500. No idea what the difference is.

Does anyone know what those figures refer to and if they make much difference?


So, I'm still unsure whether or not this DDR3 so-dimm is ok for the Revo 3700!?! ~confused~

Help, anyone!

Use the crucial memory advisor tool below.
http://www.crucial.com/uk/?click=true
#26
Wouldnt it be a bit silly of scan if they only let you buy 1, given that they work best in dual-channel mode which requires a pair of them?
#27
sotomonkey
Vowo
sotomonkey
Vowo
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers


Even after searching the crucial site for compatible RAM I'm not 100% sure. It's the right type of ram but this is PC3-3500 , whereas the stuff in the R3700 Revo is PC3-8500. No idea what the difference is.

Does anyone know what those figures refer to and if they make much difference?


So, I'm still unsure whether or not this DDR3 so-dimm is ok for the Revo 3700!?! ~confused~

Help, anyone!

Use the crucial memory advisor tool below.
http://www.crucial.com/uk/?click=true


Thanks for your help,
however this is no use to me, as I don't have the Revo 3700 (as of yet) and this will go towards my decision of purchasing it and perhaps this memory too.
I;m looking for a simple simple definitive answer to whether or not it will be ok for the Revo.
#28
Vowo
sotomonkey
Vowo
sotomonkey
Vowo
Does anyone know if this would be compatible with an Acer Revo 3700 (takes DDR3 also)?


p.s. I've searched around even, Acers site.

cheers


Even after searching the crucial site for compatible RAM I'm not 100% sure. It's the right type of ram but this is PC3-3500 , whereas the stuff in the R3700 Revo is PC3-8500. No idea what the difference is.

Does anyone know what those figures refer to and if they make much difference?


So, I'm still unsure whether or not this DDR3 so-dimm is ok for the Revo 3700!?! ~confused~

Help, anyone!

Use the crucial memory advisor tool below.
http://www.crucial.com/uk/?click=true


Thanks for your help,
however this is no use to me, as I don't have the Revo 3700 (as of yet) and this will go towards my decision of purchasing it and perhaps this memory too.
I;m looking for a simple simple definitive answer to whether or not it will be ok for the Revo.


Don't worry, that website will tell you what RAM you need for the revo. Just select, the revo and the model you require the ram for from the drop down menu. You don't need to download the tool and run it on a revo system to do this. :)

Sadly I also made a mistake and bought two sticks of 2gb of this RAM to replace the 2GB in my current 3700 only to discover that the 2GB of ram was made up of one stick not two. So I only needed one! Whoops.
#29
Ah... Word of warning to anyone with an acer revo R3700. This RAM does not work in it, as I've just trie installing two RAM modules in mine and tested them individually. Neither of them are faulty, they don't work.

I find this very odd as the description of this RAM and the stuff crucial tool recommends appear the same.


Edited By: sotomonkey on Jan 10, 2011 20:06
#30
any RAM afficiandos able to shed some light on this? Many thanks
#31
sotomonkey, if you go to Kingston memory selector results it lists this part as specifically for certain Toshiba models when you click on the button. I am not sure why, because I have one of the Tosh models listed, and my manual does not say it needs a peculiar type of memory module.

However I also notice that the Crucial site gives a different part number for your R3700 than my Tosh if you look up same speed of single 2Gb module for each. I dont know why the different part numbers because all the other details and the price are exactly the same.

I am guessing maybe there is something in a modules id code that can say it is for a particular brand name, and some machines like yours insist it matches them, but others can just ignore it? i.e see Vendor-specific memory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_presence_detect suggests it might be possible for you to re-flash your module to suit?






Edited By: scorcher on Jan 10, 2011 21:25: added link
#32
scorcher
sotomonkey, if you go to Kingston memory selector results it lists this part as specifically for certain Toshiba models when you click on the button. I am not sure why, because I have one of the Tosh models listed, and my manual does not say it needs a peculiar type of memory module. However I also notice that the Crucial site gives a different part number for your R3700 than my Tosh if you look up same speed of single 2Gb module for each. I dont know why the different part numbers because all the other details and the price are exactly the same.

I am guessing maybe there is something in a modules id code that can say it is for a particular brand name, and some machines like yours insist it matches them, but others can just ignore it?


Thanks for your help. Very interesting. I really should have thought about checking the Kingston website, how could I be SO DIMM lol.
#33
i.e see Vendor-specific memory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_presence_detect suggests it might be possible for you to re-flash your module to suit?


Oh. Sounds interesting. How hard do you think this is likely to be? I guess I'd be afraid of bricking the system.

Edit: just to report on the behaviour of the revo when I put the ram in. I get nothing, not even the bios screen. The computer doesn't beep, and I get no video signal.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Jan 10, 2011 21:37
#34
paid £28.99 for this ram a month ago from play lol, good deal!
#35
Anyway anyone here is welcome to this RAM that I have. You can have it at cost. As it's no longer available on the scan website.


Edited By: sotomonkey on Jan 10, 2011 21:55
#36
Back again on Today Only.
#37
I have just bought the same 2x2GB DIMMs from Play for £25 and they DO NOT WORK!!!

No POST beep.

Love to know why they don't work, but that's the PC industry for you.

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