Kingston 4GB DDR3 1333MHz Non-ECC 240pin DIMM Memory £29.99 @ kikatek - HotUKDeals
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Cheap non-ECC RAM that should fit HP N36L Proliant Microserver, bought 2 x 4GB non-ECC sticks for £61.44 in free delivery.

See forum about the use with HP Microserver: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1555868&page=5

Tried to find it cheaper but cant, found the ECC ram but cheapest was with IT247 of around 96 quid for 2 x 4GB ECC. 2 KVR1333D3N9S/4G

PRICE UPDATE: Deal started at 30.72, then went upt to 31.12... now at 29.99, has to be a good deal!
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#1
If you pay by debit card you can get it for a few pence cheaper :p

Edited By: badmac on Jan 13, 2011 14:59
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Good price but I have not heard of the company before.
#3
I've not heard of them before either.
#4
lukeyd
I've not heard of them before either.
This company is OK
#5
Search for the product by product number using google > shopping and it will show it has 4.5 stars with 833 reviews.

Here is the link to the reviews: LINK

http://www.google.co.uk/products/seller?cmi=34822380563726336&zmi=kikatek.com&q=KVR1333D3N9/4G&hl=en&ei=iRIvTdDZB6TEwQXc3_jiCg&sa=X&ved=0CAwQlQgwADgA
#6
I bought a Netgear RND2100 from Kikatek at a good price after it was posted on here and got the free HDD ok - no problems.
#7
Cheap for branded 4GB, hot, hot, hot!
#8
Company is fine. Not had the pleasure of dealing with them directly but from what I hear they are reputable. Usually their prices are a bit more than competitors but this is a good deal for a 4GB RAM module.
#9
Anyone know if this is suitable for a Toshiba Satellite Pro L670-14L Laptop ?
#10
GQ Man
Anyone know if this is suitable for a Toshiba Satellite Pro L670-14L Laptop ?

No, this is 240 pin DIMM... laptops normally take 204 pin SODIMM.

Check the crucial web site or consult your owners manual

this for the L670D-14L... did you miss the "D" out?
crucial link
http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/listparts.aspx?model=Satellite%20L670D-14L&pl=Toshiba&cat=RAM

4GB 204-pin SODIMM

* Module Size: 4GB
* Package: 204-pin SODIMM
* Feature: DDR3 PC3-8500


Edited By: badmac on Jan 13, 2011 18:54
#11
will this work with an acer ax3900? got two bays empty so would be great at this price. Thanks
#12
might as well grab one of these if you are thinking of putting a 3.5 in to the optical drive bay:
http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=32104
#13
jimmyrook
will this work with an acer ax3900? got two bays empty so would be great at this price. Thanks


Again check the crucial website, Aspire X3900

Check your manual too, from what i can see its DDR3 PC3-10600 if your desktop is an Aspire X3900.

I would check the manual or the Acer website and enter the actual part number.
#14
Anyone tried these at 1500ish mhz? Not caring about the overclock itself, just got a limited selection of memory multis on my motherboards.
#15
I remember when 2GB value DDR was £120! Can't believe this is 8x cheaper.

Edited By: simon50 on Jan 13, 2011 20:23
#16
not in stock. expired. Damn I missed.
#17
All sold out.
#18
Strange how this is sold out, but available on Amazon from the same company. oO
#19
More stock in... Looks like less than £1 increase.
#20
unexpired now!
#21
£29.99 now. less than £10/GB and it's not even a shoddy misprice deal
#22
Updated the price!
#23
here is a post confirming this ram works on the n36l
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1036678453&postcount=89
#24
Have bought a new custom PC from CCL Online with a couple of spare RAM slots, so I just ordered 8 gig from Kikatek for 58.69 quid (debit card) with free postage and they dispatched it 3 hours later (albeit second class Royal Mail), which is impressive. Yes, the PC will have 6 CPU cores and 12GB RAM once I add these sticks - I want to do some serious virtualisation on it (and play chess too...).

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