Kingston KHX6400D2BK2/4G Hyper X Limited Edition / 4GB / 800MHz / DDR2 / Dual Channel Kit - £49.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Kingston KHX6400D2BK2/4G Hyper X Limited Edition / 4GB / 800MHz / DDR2 / Dual Channel Kit - £49.99 @ Play

£49.99 @ Play.Com
Can't find anything anywhere near as cheap now ram prices have gone up. Especially with free delivery. Value ram costs more than this!! Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Can't find anything anywhere near as cheap now ram prices have gone up. Especially with free delivery.

Value ram costs more than this!!
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#1
To the people voting cold... find me 4gb of ddr2 800mhz for cheaper??
#2
this is a good find. Thanks
#3
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-192-CS&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=817

this more value vs the post.

with pc 8500
more room for overclocking at the same price
#4
Horrorwood
To the people voting cold... find me 4gb of ddr2 800mhz for cheaper??


Those are not 'people', it's just a bunch of idiots who has got either no idea of the market or just brainlessy want to discourage others from posting the deals.
Good price for quality stuff.

Hot from me.Thanks for your effort
#5
Sorry these are cold and slow Latency Timing: 5-5-5-15 at 1.8V
#6
lookout
Sorry these are cold and slow Latency Timing: 5-5-5-15 at 1.8V


sorry mate but you are talking rubbish.

- I have never seen ddr2 PC6400 CL4 run at 1.8V, at least 2V-2.2V is required
- This is performance hyperX series, therefore it may go much higher or work with tighter timings if the voltage is increased, 2.2-2.3 V for hyperX is usually ok
- Apart from synthetic benchmarks you will not see ANY difference between CL5 v CL4 or pc6400 v pc8500 so how the memory is supposed to be 'slow'
- 4GB of quality memory with lifetime warranty sold at £50 delivered is a great price, unless if you have no idea of current prices
#7
hello, will this work in my dell xps 420? i think the xps420 supports DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 memory... !

and on a side note...

is this better by any chance ?

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/2161/1428/-/10150793/Corsair-TWIN2X4096-6400C5C-PC6400-4GB-800MHz-DDR2-240pin-DIMM-Dual-Channel-Memory-Kit/Product.html?searchtype=genre
#8
7777777
sorry mate but you are talking rubbish.
- I have never seen ddr2 PC6400 CL4 run at 1.8V, at least 2V-2.2V is required.

That is generally the case but there has been some recent low voltage DDR2 that runs as high as 1.2GHz CL5 at 1.8V such as OCZ PC2-9200 1,150MHz. It’s likely that it would run at 800MHz CL4 at 1.8V. CCL have them due in 2-3 days at £62.79 excluding shipping. With RAM prices what they are now that’s a good deal for extreme over-clockers.

Those speeds at that voltage sound great until you see DDR3 hitting over 2GHz at 1.65V. :w00t:

Note:
The CCL link above has been blocked by HUKD.
#9
coo7ee
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-192-CS&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=817

this more value vs the post.

with pc 8500
more room for overclocking at the same price


I disagree, with delivery (royal mail 2nd class, if u can call that delivery??) its going to cost £55. Which is an extra 10%, and it is not 10% faster in real world situations.

And the corsair is uber crap timings of 5-6-6... I'd also guess that the hyperx at play will do pc8500 anyway.
#10
7777777
sorry mate but you are talking rubbish.

- I have never seen ddr2 PC6400 CL4 run at 1.8V, at least 2V-2.2V is required
- 4GB of quality memory with lifetime warranty sold at £50 delivered is a great price, unless if you have no idea of current prices


-sorry mate but you are talking cow.

- G.Skill PC2-6400 800MHz PI Black CL4 DDR2 4GB kit F2-6400CL4D-4GBPI-B
These kit was able to run at 800MHz with extremely tight timings of 4-4-4-12, while using a rather economical 1.8V.

- Most good brand DDR are sold by lifetime warranty - what are you taking about?
Crucial Ballastix 4GB was sold £42.54 few month back and much better performance..
#11
7777777
Yep, Agharta just sais a few things I did not know, however
read again what you have just written - a few months ago I got 4GB XMS2 PC8500 @£35 but ...I can't get it now at this price because it costs twice as much .This web is about CURRENT deals !

The prices of components fluctuate and nowadays the £50 for 4gig is a very good price , what's more you do not provide ANY alternative for those who want to BUY IT NOW .
Do you understand that everyday somebody build a new PC and the computer does not work with empty memory slots ? Some people can't wait till the prices drop.



....according to spec of the Crucial you have just given as an example, it needs 2-2.2V to get CL4 :D

.
#12
lookout
-sorry mate but you are talking cow.

- G.Skill PC2-6400 800MHz PI Black CL4 DDR2 4GB kit F2-6400CL4D-4GBPI-B
These kit was able to run at 800MHz with extremely tight timings of 4-4-4-12, while using a rather economical 1.8V.

- Most good brand DDR are sold by lifetime warranty - what are you taking about?
Crucial Ballastix 4GB was sold £42.54 few month back and much better performance..


Exactly, A FEW MONTH BACK.

If you look on ebuyer now, even their crucial value ram is over £60 for 4gb.
#13
I appreciate the link mate. I've been horrified to see memory prices and this is a good deal. Cheers.
#14
Good price, can't believe how much RAM prices have soared over the last 6 months :(
#15
Good price! I found the same ram after searching a bunch of sites for the cheapest 2 x 2GB pairs, and at the moment, I'm pretty sure it's the best (reasonably safe) deal out there. I know memory was cheaper a few weeks/months ago, but this seems as good as it gets now.
Although I'd already found it myself, voted hot and repped.

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