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Kingston 2GB 667mhz RAM with free delivery (super saver option) £87.54.

Also small discount through quidcos i believe too. Specs taken from Ebuyer.

"General Storage Capacity 2 GB ( 2 x 1 GB ) * Upgrade Type Generic * Memory Type DRAM * Technology DDR II SDRAM * Form Factor DIMM 240-pin * Module Height (inch) 1.25 * Memory Speed 667 MHz ( PC2-5300 ) * CAS Latency CL5 * Data * Integrity Check Non-ECC * RAM Features Unbuffered * Module Configuration 128 x 64 * Chips Organization 64 x 8 * Supply Voltage 1.8 V * Lead Plating Gold * Expansion / Connectivity Compatible Slots 2 x memory - DIMM 240-pin

Manufacturer Warranty Service & Support Limited lifetime warranty ( Germany, Austria and France - 10 years ) "
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#1
Nice find :) Thanks SpencerUk!
#2
is this for laptop or pc?
#3
windhoek
is this for laptop or pc?


pc
#4
Does DDRII work in a normal DDR motherboard? Been looking for normal DDR at anything more than pc3200 but cant seem to find any :S
#5
Superb price - Kingston is the best value RAM by far. Lifetime guaruntee, overclocking potential, and only £44/gig!
1 Like #6
If you buy them separately, it's £39.99 each. Two for £79.98 with free delivery (super saver option).

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=26307632448&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X3NwZWNpZmljYXRpb25z&product_uid=91121
#7
Heated and rep'd. That's a great price. I paid over £100 for 2GB Crucial ram just 2months ago. Kingston is a well repected manufaturer.
#8
wannafly
If you buy them separately, it's £39.99 each. Two for £79.98 with free delivery (super saver option).

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=26307632448&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X3NwZWNpZmljYXRpb25z&product_uid=91121

:thumbsup: Nice spot.
#9
a word of warning
I bought 2 gig of 667 ddr2 kingston value ram from shopmagenta and it was useless..
i shall explain more - i bought a new asus mobo that took ram to this speed and beyond so bought the 667 to go with.
The Kingston value ram i bought doesn't have ODT (On Die Termination) which the new motherboard needs (Asus p5nv or something like that) soooo the ram drops back to 533 mhz... meaning i cant use its full potential and i have no comeback from shopmagenta who were useless and dismissive to this problem... they don't care and i certainly wont be buying through them ever again
banned#10
Don't forget 0.1% quidco:thumbsup:
#11
Sandman`
Does DDRII work in a normal DDR motherboard? Been looking for normal DDR at anything more than pc3200 but cant seem to find any :S


No. DDR and DDRII aren't compatible with each other.
#12
CAS 5 ***FIVE***

i reckon you could type quicker than that ram could shuffle the bits around!

CAS 3 is about the highest you want to go for, although its difficult to find 2 or 2.5 on 1gb sticks, but 5 is absurd.
#13
cl5 is pretty normal for ddr2, the advantage i can see with ddr2 over ddr1 is the higher bus speed they are able to achieve, essential if you want to overclock.
#14
hal9000
a word of warning
I bought 2 gig of 667 ddr2 kingston value ram from shopmagenta and it was useless..
i shall explain more - i bought a new asus mobo that took ram to this speed and beyond so bought the 667 to go with.
The Kingston value ram i bought doesn't have ODT (On Die Termination) which the new motherboard needs (Asus p5nv or something like that) soooo the ram drops back to 533 mhz... meaning i cant use its full potential and i have no comeback from shopmagenta who were useless and dismissive to this problem... they don't care and i certainly wont be buying through them ever again


Sorry but that is complete tosh. The ASUS P5V-VM DH dosent support 667mhz ram cos it uses a basic via chipset. I used to have one of them so I should know what I am talking about. It is nothing to do with "ODT". Also this is for a product from eBuyer, not "shopmagneta".
#15
sej7278
CAS 5 ***FIVE***

i reckon you could type quicker than that ram could shuffle the bits around!

CAS 3 is about the highest you want to go for, although its difficult to find 2 or 2.5 on 1gb sticks, but 5 is absurd.


Latency means next to nothing compared to old DDR ram. CAS5 is perfectly acceptable. In fact for Value ram you will not see much of anything else. If your looking for some good ram at the best price with a LIFETIME WARRANTY, then you will be mad not to purchase this!

Voted hot.
#16
It's not the fastest RAM in the universe, and certainly not what you want for overclocking, but hey, most people aren't overclocking. 667Mhz will give a boost to a lot of people (many are still at 400Mhz), especially if they are moving from 1GB to 2GB at the same time.
#17
667 ram is good for overclocking the core 2 duos, Take an e6300 for example:

STOCK 7 X 266 (533mhz ram) = 1.86Ghz
O-CED 7 x 333 (667mhz ram) = 2.33Ghz (faster than an e6400 at stock)
1 Like #18
Well just to let people know, It runs great on my spec which is

Core 2 Duo E4300
AsRock ConRoeXfire
2GB RAM
80GB HDD
X Fi Sound Card
Radeon X1950
Xp Pro
#19
It's now £84.53 delivered. The slower 533mhz Kingston is £77.86
#20
J400uk
Sorry but that is complete tosh. The ASUS P5V-VM DH dosent support 667mhz ram cos it uses a basic via chipset. I used to have one of them so I should know what I am talking about. It is nothing to do with "ODT". Also this is for a product from eBuyer, not "shopmagneta".


yes that nice but i didnt specify the board i have cos i couldnt remember
its actually a Asus P5B-V which does have a very well specced layout and ram that is definatly up to the speed it should run at.
as seen here ->
http://www.asus.com.tw/products4.aspx?l1=3&l2=11&l3=332&model=1314&modelmenu=1

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