Kingston 2Gb DDR2 Sodimm 200pin PC2-5300 667Mhz £27.99 (Should work on EEE PC) - HotUKDeals
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* Lifetime Warranty
* 100 Percent Tested to meet industry specifications
* Manufactured by the worlds largest memory manufacturer
* Tried and tested in all leading manufacturer machines
* Does not invalidate your systems warranty
* Retail Packaged
* Main Specifications
* Product Description: Kingston memory - 2GB- SO DIMM 200-pin - DDR II
* Storage Capacity: 2GB
* Upgrade Type: System specific
* Technology: DDR II SDRAM
* Form Factor: SO DIMM 200-pin
* Memory Speed: 667 MHz ( PC2-5300 )
* Manufacturer Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

Says it's for iMac/Macbook but these should work on Laptop PCs as well
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#1
Fantastic - Should be able to stick 4gb of RAM in my laptop :thumbsup:
#2
Don't forget Quidco
#3
Hmmm anyone know if this will work in a Macbook Pro too?
#4
Think it will actually... fantastic price for 2GB Ram!!
#5
Great price mate, just ordered. thanks
1 Like #6
And don't forget code GOODHOUSE94XT1 for £5 off if buying more than 1!
#7
Excellent thanks normal. Thinking of upgrading my MBP up to 4GB.

Question
I see 'Matched Pairs' are best together. Does this mean both the same chip (i.e. two of these kingstons), or are they tested and tweaked to work together??

still... £50 for 4GB ram, cant fall off really!!
#8
normal
And don't forget code GOODHOUSE94XT1 for £5 off if buying more than 1!


I ordered 4!!!

Went to cancel them and the order is already been packed

Oh well...
banned#9
hi,
will this work with an imac 2.16 core 2 duo 20" screen
thanks
#10
Hi, an amazing price, i brought mine for £50 each a month ago.

DDR II memory is best used with a matching pair, so if you plan to do that read on -

If you have Windows 32 bit, (which is what most of us will be using) it can only use just over 3GB of memory max.

If you have Windows 64 bit (XP or Vista), it will use all of the 4GB memory.

If your still not sure look on the web.
#12
Thanks to the OP. Bought one of these for my Eee and a 6gb Sandisk SDHC card to take it over £50. Used the GOODHOUSE94XT1 code and we're down to £59.98 for the two.

Cheers!

Chris
#13
Fantastic voted hot hot hot, this will go great in my new 24" iMac :thumbsup:

£50.98 less quidco is an amazing price for 4gig :w00t:
#14
Does anyone know if these work in a MAcbook (2.16ghz)
According to the specs its maximum 2gb in a macbook, but maybe thats becuse these things are new and didnt exist when Apple wrote the manual?
#15
Think the newer macbooks are max 4GB. Macbook Pro's have been max 4GB for a while.

Ordered 2 myself to boost my Macbook Pro :-) Thanks OP. Great Deal!... Was looking at RAM from crucial at £104 - and the only holding me back there was the price.

Thanks again.
#16
I've seen it that price for a little while but wasn't too sure whether Mac had their own types of memory because of the Play description. Only found out they are compatible yesterday.

Glad I helped you lot by posting this. Enjoy :)
#17
:thumbsup: Thank you so much, we had ordered the 2 x 1gb on another thread but at this price for 4gb, we will send the others back, we will have to pay postage unless they send the wrong item, but after reading the thread on the 1gb a lot of people have received the wrong ram, been sending pc ram:w00t: I don`t know much about laptop upgrades, so I rang my fiance who confirmed I`d better order 2 before they`re out of stock, thanks for the £5 off £50 spend code too. What a bargain:gift: :santa: heat & rep added.
#18
OK, Here goes - I have a MacBook Pro and have researched this before. I believe the following is true, but your mileage may vary.

Your maximum memory is as follows:

Mac Book Pro Core Duo - 4 Gb - only 3.2 Gb are recognised - only 2 Gb officially supported
Mac Book Pro Core 2 Duo 1 (2.16/2.33) - 4 Gb - only 3.2 Gb are recognised - only 3 Gb officially supported
Mac Book Pro Core 2 Duo 2 (2.2,2.4,2.6) - 4 Gb

I believe this is true across the range - so Mac Books, iMacs, Mac Minis, too. They all take the same RAM. The limitations on the older models are due to chipset issues, the newest ones have a better (Santa Rosa) motherboard (that's mac books/minis with X3000 graphics, not GMA 950), which fully supports the maximum RAM. I have not tested this on any model, but have just read a lot about it on the web. I've ordered 2x 2gb to try it out though!
#19
bob_nugget
OK, Here goes - I have a MacBook Pro and have researched this before. I believe the following is true, but your mileage may vary.

Your maximum memory is as follows:

Mac Book Pro Core Duo - 4 Gb - only 3.2 Gb are recognised - only 2 Gb officially supported
Mac Book Pro Core 2 Duo 1 (2.16/2.33) - 4 Gb - only 3.2 Gb are recognised - only 3 Gb officially supported
Mac Book Pro Core 2 Duo 2 (2.2,2.4,2.6) - 4 Gb

I believe this is true across the range - so Mac Books, iMacs, Mac Minis, too. They all take the same RAM. The limitations on the older models are due to chipset issues, the newest ones have a better (Santa Rosa) motherboard (that's mac books/minis with X3000 graphics, not GMA 950), which fully supports the maximum RAM. I have not tested this on any model, but have just read a lot about it on the web. I've ordered 2x 2gb to try it out though!


Yeh think your spot on, although i know with the older Macbooks, they ARE LIMITED to 2GB Ram. When i bought my Macbook Pro back in July i know they did then (2gb max) as thats something which swung me over to the pro's (4gb max).

Newer macbooks are up to 4gb now though, so i would check it out proply if you have a macbook.
#20
OK...I give up.

What's EEE?

And I used to be techie, but I'm not anymore...so could one of you fine people let me know if the memory will downspeed to anything below 667Mhz, specifically to 333?
#21
aww nads my laptops only runnin on 512 and does support upto 2gb however unfortunly cruical says my memory type is Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*
#22
Which is better in terms of performance?

1X 2GB
or
2X 1GB

Thanks in advance
#23
ourdave
OK...I give up.

What's EEE?

And I used to be techie, but I'm not anymore...so could one of you fine people let me know if the memory will downspeed to anything below 667Mhz, specifically to 333?


The most wanted laptop this christmas
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1335967
#24
I have HP COMPAQ NC6400, Will it fit in.
#25
anonymous666
Which is better in terms of performance?

1X 2GB
or
2X 1GB

Thanks in advance


Sadly the thing answer is 'It depends!'

If your maximum memory is 2gb for your machine then I'd go for 2x1gb. If it can take more, then go for the 1 x 2gb. The speed difference is pretty small on most systems from what I can tell.
#26
Totoriko
The most wanted laptop this christmas
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1335967

Ahhh.

Not for me...but ta for letting me know.
#27
Wording on Play website implies that this is memory specifically for iMacs and MacBooks. Is this the case or can it be used on other laptops (mine being PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz SODIMM)

Thanks.
#28
normal
Sadly the thing answer is 'It depends!'

If your maximum memory is 2gb for your machine then I'd go for 2x1gb. If it can take more, then go for the 1 x 2gb. The speed difference is pretty small on most systems from what I can tell.


My laptop can only take 2GB and I wonder which works best. I guess I'll go for 2 X 1GB then. Cheers mate :p
#29
the apple website charges £539.99 for 2 x 2GB sticks of ram in new imacs, its a farce!


4GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM - 2x2GB [+ £539.99]

http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObjects/ukstore.woa/9014042/wo/Xf72xiixiH8E3oZxATth28tNwqm/2.?p=0


Ordered 4 of these bad boys for the imacs! saved over £1000.
#30
anonymous666
Which is better in terms of performance?

1X 2GB
or
2X 1GB

Thanks in advance


MacBook/Mac Mini - 2x1Gb. These have an integrated graphics chip which uses system memory and therefore steals memory bandwidth from the processor. With a matched pair it runs the memory in dual channel mode and problem goes away. This is why these machines all ship with 2 memory modules from the factory.

iMac/MacBook Pro - 1x2Gb. Dual channel not needed as the graphics card has it's own memory. Will use dual channel if available, but the difference is negligible.
#31
I have an early MacBookPro (Core Duo)... it's my understanding that I can't put more than 2gb of RAM in

Has anyone successfully installed this particular RAM in their Eee laptop? What is the performance like?
#32
Thanks to OP! I have ordered 2 for my imac :)
#33
Does with worth with my Laptop > Dell Inspiron E1705 ? It just has 1 GB RAM, I desperately need to upgrade. will this work... ? Someone comment on this please :) ?
#34
I've been looking at the Kingston full product list, and they only do one PC2-5300 2GB SODIMM stick, which is part number KVR667D2S5/2G

So these should work in normal laptop PC's as well as Apple. Ordered 2 for myself and voted hot.
#35
Hi guys,

Anyone know where i can get cheap 200-pin PC2700 DDR333 SODIMM 1 gig.

Cheers

Nad
#36
Mine's been shipped

Thanks to those who've repped me
#37
I ordered 512 pc2700 333ddr 200pin on 6th dec
was delivered on 12th dec

BUT: they sent the wrong memory
the one i received was 256 pc133 sdram 144pin:x

i have sent them mail through their returns policy but as yet they have not answered
reading other threads it seems this firm have been sending wrong items out regularly so anyone waiting for items from this shop beware

they have a 0845 telephone number so it will cost a lot to phone them
so in the end what may seem like a good deal could cost a lot more than it should

wished i had never ordered now:oops:
#38
you can get 2x1gb crucial for 28.99 including vat and free shipping: http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=CT2KIT12864AC667

or is this kingston stuff a single 2gb sodimm (if so its worth nearer 50ukp).
#39
Got mine today.

Upgraded my Macbook Pro within 5 mins. Easy, cheap, quality RAM.

Excellent Deal! Thanks again OP!
#40
update,

they have answered my mail and request me to send the wrongly dispatched ram back to them "Recorded Mail"
this obviously at my expense
so i have to pay more for the item that was advertised through no fault of mine:x

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