Kingston 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 1066MHz/PC2-8500 Hyperx Memory [£25.31 Del (super saver) @ Ebuyer] - HotUKDeals
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HyperX DDR2 memory, the next-generation evolution of DDR memory technology, is here. Like all Kingston HyperX products, HyperX DDR2 modules were specifically engineered and designed to meet the rigorous requirements of PC enthusiasts. HyperX DDR2 offers faster speeds, lower latencies, higher data bandwidths and lower power consumption
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#1
postage needs to be added to the price
#2
Only 25 in stock 10:46am free delivery for over £49.99
#3
good ram. Mine runs at 1200MHz+ so if you're into that kind of thing you should consider this ram!
#4
This cost me a fortune when it first came out... another two ordered.
#5
On a different note, why are cpu prices on the up but the memory on the down? Was looking at buying a Intel Quad core Q6600 cpu (and have been for a few months) but at £150+ it's out of my budget range - they use to be around the £110 mark.
banned#6
The credit crunch ... yum yum ...
#7
Daniel_Saeed
On a different note, why are cpu prices on the up but the memory on the down? Was looking at buying a Intel Quad core Q6600 cpu (and have been for a few months) but at £150+ it's out of my budget range - they use to be around the £110 mark.


:? Paid around £98 for mine back in August, great little chip though!
#8
Daniel_Saeed
On a different note, why are cpu prices on the up but the memory on the down? Was looking at buying a Intel Quad core Q6600 cpu (and have been for a few months) but at £150+ it's out of my budget range - they use to be around the £110 mark.


Slow in production which pushes the prices up. Some have come down though the Q9550 has dropped to £220.
#9
Daniel_Saeed
On a different note, why are cpu prices on the up but the memory on the down? Was looking at buying a Intel Quad core Q6600 cpu (and have been for a few months) but at £150+ it's out of my budget range - they use to be around the £110 mark.


I know! Bit the bullet thugh and bought one last week at scan for £135 - its in their today only deals quite a lot at that price if you check :) Not too bad for a great processor.

Think the value of the pound isnt helping. Memmory coming down as DDR3 is out so DDR2 will drop slowly...
#10
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Slow in production which pushes the prices up. Some have come down though the Q9550 has dropped to £220.


gutted i payed about £160-£140 early last year....for my Q6600, overclocked to 3.18Ghz,

tho most apps dont use all four cores so ya mite wanna get a Dual core instead... tho the Q9550 is that the one that overclocks like mad?
#11
himmerz
gutted i payed about £160-£140 early last year....for my Q6600, overclocked to 3.18Ghz,

tho most apps dont use all four cores so ya mite wanna get a Dual core instead... tho the Q9550 is that the one that overclocks like mad?


Yes quads aren't always that great with alot of software. When I'm video encoding my E8300 is faster that my mates stock q6600 as the software isn't coded for quad core processors. Your right the Q9550 on the right MB and enough cooling does indeed fly.
#12
GAVINLEWISHUKD
When I'm video encoding my E8300 is faster that my mates stock q6600 as the software isn't coded for quad core processors.


What is he using to encode video with, as video encoding on my Q6600 is silly fast. For 3Ds Max etc its great! :thumbsup:

methos.
#13
Methos
What is he using to encode video with, as video encoding on my Q6600 is silly fast. For 3Ds Max etc its great! :thumbsup:

methos.


Mine 2
#14
is it worth me replacing 4GB of pc6400 ram with 2GB of this ram?

yus
#15
yus786
is it worth me replacing 4GB of pc6400 ram with 2GB of this ram?

yus



Just leave it in, windows usually only recognises 3gb. Upgrade to 64bit and windows can see a lot more.
#16
Daniel_Saeed
On a different note, why are cpu prices on the up but the memory on the down? Was looking at buying a Intel Quad core Q6600 cpu (and have been for a few months) but at £150+ it's out of my budget range - they use to be around the £110 mark.


I think the exchange rate has a lot to do with it, since the £ has been doing terribly against the $ this past year. Looking at eBay, an E8400 sells for about $180 in the US and about £130 here. Last year, we were getting about $2 for every £1, but now it's nearer $1.40 for £1, so although Intel might've put the price of the E8400 down for the yanks, it's increased slightly for us because our £ is just that weak.

By the way - that $180 E8400 translates to about £124. That £130 E8400, deducting VAT, is £114. So it's actually not too bad right now, unless I've really arsed my maths up.
#17
I paid £180 for Corsair 2GB DDR2 6400 a few yrs ago, the 8500 was about £250 or something stupid.

£22.73 is a bargain
#18
Mine has just been posted :) Misprice taken.

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