Kingston Valueram 2Gb 667MHz DDR2 Non Ecc CL5 Kit Of 2 X 1GB - £89.97 WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! BE QUICK!!!!!! - HotUKDeals
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What a great price for 2gb of DDR2 ram, I personally like Kingston ram as I have never had an errors with their stuff. and I have bought loads in the past.

But be quick at this price it will not last long!!!!!

Product Description Kingston ValueRAM memory - 2 GB ( 2 x 1 GB ) - DIMM 240-pin - DDR II
Storage Capacity 2 GB ( 2 x 1 GB )
Upgrade Type Generic
Technology DDR II SDRAM
Form Factor DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed 667 MHz ( PC2-5300 )
Data Integrity Check Non-ECC
CAS Latency CL5
Features Unbuffered
Supply Voltage 1.8 V
Lead Plating Gold
Manufacturer Warranty Limited lifetime warranty ( Germany, Austria and France - 10 years )
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#1
Voted hot and repped, I paid about £70 a few months ago (though somewhere else) for 1GB of Kingston RAM so this is definately a good deal!
#2
Great price :)
#3
That's a great deal, it sucks being poor!
#4
this isnt an offer or anything, so doubt it will sell that quickly, this is normal price of it now. rams coming back down :)
#5
Great deal. Can anyone help me with this?:

My pc has 512 Mg of 133mhz PC133 DIMM which Im looking to upgrade. Both slots are used up so I need to find a stick of 512MG or more. I cant find any anywhere. Any suggestions? Any help would be muchly appreciated!
#6
Maybe so but Ebuyer have sold out of this ram 3 times this week and each time it has come back at a different price. It was just under £100 last week then it sold out in minutes.

They got more stock at £117 (about 70 sticks) which sold out 2 days ago. They have now got this in and it's the cheapest I have seen it for absolutely ages so do not count on it being here very long and do not count the next batch to be this cheap. :)
#7
karlosblanco
Great deal. Can anyone help me with this?:

My pc has 512 Mg of 133mhz PC133 DIMM which Im looking to upgrade. Both slots are used up so I need to find a stick of 512MG or more. I cant find any anywhere. Any suggestions? Any help would be muchly appreciated!


That is old stuff mate, you may find it difficult to find some. I will try when I get a minute.
#8
beerman1
That is old stuff mate, you may find it difficult to find some. I will try when I get a minute.


Yeah I know its getting old now but I dont want to have to replace my machine as it runs everything fine. Many thanks for your impending help! :thumbsup:
#9
karlosblanco
Great deal. Can anyone help me with this?:

My pc has 512 Mg of 133mhz PC133 DIMM which Im looking to upgrade. Both slots are used up so I need to find a stick of 512MG or more. I cant find any anywhere. Any suggestions? Any help would be muchly appreciated!



Try the online scanner at Crucial

It may be that your motherboard can take a faster RAM and run it at your motherboard speed.
#10
im just warning it may drop more. i know we can get same ram for 70 ex vat now :)
#11
karlosblanco
Yeah I know its getting old now but I dont want to have to replace my machine as it runs everything fine. Many thanks for your impending help! :thumbsup:

Probably best to check eBay. I have some sticks lying around and haven't bothered to sell it as I didn't think it would be worth hassle.

Going back to the DDR2 sticks, I've not really kept up with the game on memory, just processors and motherboards. If I do make the jump and upgrade to that sweet X2 3800+ deal, what is the "sweet spot" in terms of memory speed versus value for money? When I was building my current Northwood Mobile P4 system it had to be DDR400 and then it was just a case of trying to find the lowest CAS times. These days it doesn't seem to important to go for the fastest sticks or am I wrong? Anyone know of a guide to picking the best DDR2 for use with a X2 and NVIDIA GeForce 6150 chipset (ASUS M2NPV-VM)?
#12
This is a good price but be aware that the CAS Latency is only CL5.
#13
price has gone up now :S
#14
scrumps
price has gone up now :S


As stock levels drop eBuyer put up the prices seems to be the case on some items.
#15
Voted hot, great price for 2x1gb ddr2 667mhz, never seen cheaper
banned#16
schizoboy
Voted hot, great price for 2x1gb ddr2 667mhz, never seen cheaper(


Now 117.06 inc VAT...not so "hot" now:-(
#17
Best to get ram from Crucial UK... You can get 1gb x2 for £121 including next day delivery. Better deal and good tech support :-)
#18
Voted warm, I prefer overclocking RAM personally. ;-)
#19
marty
This is a good price but be aware that the CAS Latency is only CL5.


Why's CL5 not so good? Will learn something new if someone will answer!

regards

Baz
#20
Just wanted to say that you can get a similar deal from DABS...not exactly the same but very similar:

umm could someone do the picture if it requires one.

Watch out..it seems to switch from this KingstonValueRAM to a much higher priced one.


http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=409X&CategorySelectedId=11150&PageMode=1&NavigationKey=11150,50001,4294959063,4294960365,48800000&InMerch=1

Kingston ValueRAM 2x1GB 240-Pin DIMM PC2-5300 Non-ECC CAS5 In stock now

quicklinx: 409XWS
mfr#: KVR667D2N5K2/2G

£90.71 inc vat

Header
Product Line
Kingston ValueRAM

RAM
CAS Latency
CL5

Chips Organization
64 x 8

Data Integrity Check
Non-ECC

Form Factor
DIMM 240-pin

Lead Plating
Gold

Memory Specification Compliance
PC2-5300

Memory Speed
667 MHz

Module Configuration
128 x 64

Module Height (inch)
1.25

Registered or Buffered
Unbuffered

Storage Capacity
2 GB

Supply Voltage
1.8 V

Technology
DDR II SDRAM

Service & Support
Regional Exceptions
Germany, Austria and France - 10 years

Type
Limited lifetime warranty
#21
Price gone up to £104.99 now!!! :o
1 Like #22
bazza1603
Why's CL5 not so good? Will learn something new if someone will answer!

The lower the CAS timing, the better. Here's a better explanation.
CAS (tCL) Timing: CAS stands for Column Address Strobe or Column Address Select. It controls the amount of time in cycles between sending a reading command and the time to act on it. From the beginning of the CAS to the end of the CAS is the latency. The lower the time of these in cycles, the higher the memory performance.
When buying RAM you have to consider the frequency at which the RAM operates, the memory timings and of course the price. For some systems/software it's better to have tighter timings at the expense of operating at a lower frequency and vice versa. In an ideal world we'd have both but then the price goes up.

A lot comes down to the architecture (e.g. AMD or Intel) and whether memory bandwidth is a bottleneck in the system or not.
#23
That's true, but with these new 775 socketts the timings are not so crucial. Especially if your using an e4300.

Whereas with AMD, the lower the timings the better the performance. That is why this Kingston at such a cheap price was a great deal for all e4300 owners.
#24
Kariudo
Best to get ram from Crucial UK... You can get 1gb x2 for £121 including next day delivery. Better deal and good tech support :-)

I don't understand how over £30 more is a better deal? Is crucial ram that much better quality that it's worth paying more for?
#25
deeyup
I don't understand how over £30 more is a better deal? Is crucial ram that much better quality that it's worth paying more for?

IMO, no. Never had to call technical support for a stick of RAM. If it's a dud I'd send it back to where I bought it from but that's never happened in 15 years.
#26
THIS IS BACK ON...20 IN STOCK :thumbsup: MINE IS A LAPTOP L20-197 IS THIS COMPATABLE? THANKS
#27
It didn't go out of stock but the price has gone up from the original price posted. This is for desktop motherboards unfortunately, you'll need to have a look in here for something compatible.
#28
Price has gone back down to £89.35 now, shame I got a laptop :-(
#29
Told you Ebuyer were selling out and changing their prices very fast. You have to be quick to get it at this price.

For someone asking if it's better spending the extra for (Corsair or Crucial) can't remember, but anyway my answer is no. I have used Kingston in 90% of my systems and I have never had a bad stick, even if you do it has a lifetime warranty.

I know it's value stuff but if you don't know the difference then you won't notice as you obviously don't know how to push ram to it's limits.

Just get this, it's branded, it has a lifetime warranty and it's bloody good stuff, at this price it's also the cheapest in the land!

And if you have an e4300 you can still get a good clock out of this stuff!!!
#30
maryjane
THIS IS BACK ON...20 IN STOCK :thumbsup: MINE IS A LAPTOP L20-197 IS THIS COMPATABLE? THANKS


Im guessing thats the Toshiba Laptop as its the same one i have. Laptops use smaller memory modules so this wont be compatible with it unfortunatly.
#31
Back down to £84.91 delivered but no stock, expected today.

Thanks to original poster for this gem
#32
maryjane
THIS IS BACK ON...20 IN STOCK :thumbsup: MINE IS A LAPTOP L20-197 IS THIS COMPATABLE? THANKS


Laptops use SODIMM memory which this is not.
Check the catagory on the ebuyer page when you look at this, it's desktop memory.

I highly suggest you look at crucial
[url]www.crucial.com/uk[/url] using their site to find the right ram for your computer/laptop then looking elsewhere for the same spec ram, possibly cheaper, but crucial is so good I'd recommend just buying off them, not forgetting quidco and vouchers you can use.

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