Laptop Memory - 1GB PC2700 DDR for £34.99 @ play.com - HotUKDeals
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This is the cheapest I have found this type of (branded) memory on the internet at this spec:

Memory Size: 1GB
Memory Type: PC2700 DDR
Memory Speed: 333MHz
Form Factor: 200pin SODIMM for Laptop Computers
Compatible With: DDR PC2700 (333 MHz Bus Speed)

Plus its FOC delivery.
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#1
Would the cold voters care to show us where you can get DDR Sodimms from for less than the OPs find.

Nice find aliaspeter. I'm guessing that cold voters are thinking this is recent/cheaper DDR2.
#2
Voted Hot :)
#3
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#4
Yep,
This is definitely the best price for this RAM at the moment. I bought a 1Gb stick about a month ago.

I was disappointed to find that my 2yr old Dell (Hell) only accepts PC2700 memory - not disappointed about the memory-type as such, but the fact this "old" style RAM is more than 3 times the price of it's more current relatives!

Haven't had any problem with it since installing.

Cheers
(ps. Voted hot)
#5
Would this work with a dell inspiron 1300?
#6
GratefulGhoul
Would this work with a dell inspiron 1300?


Use Crucial's system scanner. This will tell you the type of memory required, how much you already have and how many free slots you have:

http://www.crucial.com/uk/
#7
Why is DDR so much more expensive than DDR2?
#8
OO7
Why is DDR so much more expensive than DDR2?



Because its not made anymore so commands a higher price :-(
#9
GratefulGhoul
Would this work with a dell inspiron 1300?


Inspiron 1300 takes DDR2, much cheaper, approx £14 for 1gb

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