Kingston KVR667D2N5/256 Valueram Computer Memory 256MB PC5300 DDR2 667MHz 240 Pin Dimm £3.49 (Was £19.99) Delivered @ Play + 4% Quidco (5% RAC/Varsity/UCAS) - HotUKDeals
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Looks like a good price, £12.00 at Morecomputers, £11 @ Lambda Tek, £10 @ Dabs,

Kingston is the worlds largest independent memory manufacturer. Every memory product kingston offer is designed to help get maximum performance at the best price to you.

* Main Features:
* Clock Cycle Time (tCK): CL=5 3ns (min.) / 8ns (max.)
* Row Cycle Time (tRC): 54ns (min.)
* Refresh to Active/Refresh Command Time (tRFC): 75ns
* Row Active Time (tRAS): 39ns (min.) / 70,000ns (max.)
* Single Power Supply of +1.8V (+/- .1V)
* Power: 1.440 W (operating)
* UL Rating: 94 V - 0
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#1
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#2
will this fit a pansonic cf29 (toughbook)
#3
rail massive
will this fit a pansonic cf29 (toughbook)


Run the Crucial Memory scan, will tell you what slots you have and how much you can updgrade to:thumbsup:

http://www.crucial.com/uk/systemscanner/index.aspx?click=true
#4
this is full size desktop memory, not 200 pin notebook/laptop memory.

I have to question the sanity of anyone buying a 256Mb DDR2 memory DIMM, even at this price. And if this was ever £20 my name is rip van winkle ......

1Gb DDR2 5300 from crucual is £11.49
#5
killie99
this is full size desktop memory, not 200 pin notebook/laptop memory.

I have to question the sanity of anyone buying a 256Mb DDR2 memory DIMM, even at this price. And if this was ever £20 my name is rip van winkle ......

1Gb DDR2 5300 from crucual is £11.49


Hello Mr Vanwinkle:)

http://www.amarisit.co.uk/products.asp?partno=KVR667D2N5/256
#6
Hmm, it's a cheap enough price but I don't think it will be useful to anybody as an 'upgrade' It's not even an obsolete spec so if your mobo supports 5300 you may as well go for the Kingston Value 1GB from Play which would be a worthwhile upgrade from 256 or 512MB.
#7
Voted hot :)
#8
Hot price, but I would find it hard to fathom why anyone with a DDR 2 specced motherboard would use this. If someone had a really old PC that had 256mb and they wanted an upgrade to 512mb for better performance in XP maybe, but someone with that sort of spec would no doubt be running DDR not DDR 2.
#9
voted cold, 256mb today is not something anyone should be purchasing. and if the computer you are running deems this as an upgrade, then a new machine is needed.

the price is decent, but the item is next to pointless now.
#10
showing £11.49 for me
#11
jonnyballs
voted cold, 256mb today is not something anyone should be purchasing. and if the computer you are running deems this as an upgrade, then a new machine is needed. the price is decent, but the item is next to pointless now.

The Führer has spoken so make sure none of you disobey his orders.
#12
Agharta
The Führer has spoken so make sure none of you disobey his orders.


Pmsl, what a valued member they are:roll:

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