Laptop Memory - SODIMM DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400) - 2GB £17.99 + £3.95 P&P or £21.94 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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UP TO £25.99 + £3.95 POSTAGE NOW SO NO LONGER A GREAT DEAL.

Superb value memory suitable for Laptops & Macbooks (standard, Pro etc)

Specifications:
Total Size: 2GB
Type: DDR2 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 200-pin
Memory Speed: 800Mhz (PC-6400)
CAS Latency:555-12
Unbuffered
Non ECC
1.8v (+/- 0.1v)
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#1
nice one cheers bud
#2
Does anyone can advice whether I can put it into my vostro 1500 laptop? I'm running PC-5300 right now
#3
should be fine as long as its 200 pin
#4
Price now is 17.99 each + pp. just ordered 2 for nearly 40 (don't know what for anyway ). Cheers to OP
#5
Hot, thanks
#6
Hi,

Good find. Don't forget 1% Quidco.

Voted Hot.
#7
bwr1024
should be fine as long as its 200 pin


ddr has 200 pins too.
#8
Hmmm
I would hold back on this deal, unbranded uncertified memory! you could have problems dependant on your machine, though you could be lucky. :thinking:
I've come across many times in the past where unbranded memory has been used for upgrades resulting in such things as intermitent lock-ups, resets etc later down the line, not lots of fun when you have a lot of open work! :w00t:

trust me I'm a doctor :thumbsup:
#9
Hillzat43
Hmmm
I would hold back on this deal, unbranded uncertified memory! you could have problems dependant on your machine, though you could be lucky. :thinking:
I've come across many times in the past where unbranded memory has been used for upgrades resulting in such things as intermitent lock-ups, resets etc later down the line, not lots of fun when you have a lot of open work! :w00t:

trust me I'm a doctor :thumbsup:


That is all very true, but there is a way to be check if your new memory is faulty or not.

This goes to everyone whenever you buy new RAM - download a thing called memtest x86. It'll come as a simple .iso that you can burn to disk (using something like nero, or the freeware imgburn). It's a mini operating system that runs when you put the CD in and restart your PC. It doesn't require any set up (and don't worry, it wont affect your PC at all, as soon as you take out the CD, it's completely gone from your system and windiws will still boot just fine), it just runs and scans through your memory to check it's ok. Leave it running for a few hours (ideally overnight) and check if it finds any errors. If it finds any, request a replacement as this means the memory is faulty. If not, you're good to go!

The ISO is here: http://www.memtest.org/download/1.70/memtest86+-1.70.iso.zip

It's a good idea to do this any time you install new memory on your PC/laptop, even if it's from a good brand =)
It's also a good idea to use this little program if you're experiencing random system lock ups, crashes or unstable system behaviour.
#10
Hillzat43
Hmmm
I would hold back on this deal, unbranded uncertified memory! you could have problems dependant on your machine, though you could be lucky. :thinking:
I've come across many times in the past where unbranded memory has been used for upgrades resulting in such things as intermitent lock-ups, resets etc later down the line, not lots of fun when you have a lot of open work! :w00t:

trust me I'm a doctor :thumbsup:


i agree, but i voted hot, i think it's really a good price
#11
will xp on these dell1500s recognise 4 gig of ram ????
#12
does anyone knows if this will work on my hp pavilion 2610us, i initially used crucial memory scanner and it recommnded this same speed however, when i contacted hp support, they suggsted i stick with pc5300 because they have not tested this ram with the laptop, any ideas?
#13
Hi Tusk,
check on crucial website, will give you what your laptop can handle.

Wish i had seen this before ordeing of play.com

ordered to sticks, got two adsl filter ???:whistling:

waiting on replacments :oops:
banned#14
GAZ$
will xp on these dell1500s recognise 4 gig of ram ????


3.0 - 3.5GB will be recognised
#15
Hi

I have a Sony Vaio S5XP with 1GB DDR 2 PC2 5200 with 1GB slot left empty.

Done a Crucial scan and states only PC2 5200 or 4200.

Does this imply I should avoid this deal?

Kind regards:thinking:
#16
stealth, it should work, but only at speeds of 5200
#17
This was posted before, the memory is made by Celenade (by DaneElec). I put some in a low-end Dell laptop and it worked perfectly.
#18
anyone know if they should work or not on a DELL XPS M1330?

thanks
#19
Kushan
That is all very true, but there is a way to be check if your new memory is faulty or not.

This goes to everyone whenever you buy new RAM - download a thing called memtest x86. It'll come as a simple .iso that you can burn to disk (using something like nero, or the freeware imgburn). It's a mini operating system that runs when you put the CD in and restart your PC. It doesn't require any set up (and don't worry, it wont affect your PC at all, as soon as you take out the CD, it's completely gone from your system and windiws will still boot just fine), it just runs and scans through your memory to check it's ok. Leave it running for a few hours (ideally overnight) and check if it finds any errors. If it finds any, request a replacement as this means the memory is faulty. If not, you're good to go!

The ISO is here: http://www.memtest.org/download/1.70/memtest86+-1.70.iso.zip

It's a good idea to do this any time you install new memory on your PC/laptop, even if it's from a good brand =)
It's also a good idea to use this little program if you're experiencing random system lock ups, crashes or unstable system behaviour.


Thanks Kushan. Is it worth getting unbranded memory if it passes the above test? Is it more likely to go bad in the future than branded memory?
#20
Thank you very much Big Up!
#21
From my experience, if the memory is going to be defective at all, it will be defective as soon as you plug it in the machine.
Really, the only times they're likely to go bad after that is if you're fiddling around inside your machine again (and give it a static shock or something) or if you overclock your system too far. No moving parts means they're very unlikely to break otherwise =)
#22
Hi

Does any one know if this would work on a Acer 9304AWSMi

best regards.
#23
coul you please any one advise is this sutiable for sony vaio FZ21M

Thanks in advance
karth
#24
out of stock now, but more expected it says
#25
Balb0wa
out of stock now, but more expected it says


says plenty stock - just ordered some myself.

tokarthik
coul you please any one advise is this sutiable for sony vaio FZ21M

Thanks in advance
karth


yes, this is suitable.

Great price OP. Voted HOT.
#26
yes says plenty, 5 min later i got the email:

Thank you for your recent internet order. We have experienced high demand
for the following product(s), which are now out of stock.
We will not charge you for these items until they are dispatched.


DANEPC264002GBSODIMM Laptop Memory - SODIMM DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400) - 2GB - UK'S VERY BEST PRICE!
banned#27
Rudki;1512817
Hi

Does any one know if this would work on a Acer 9304AWSMi

best regards.



Heard of google?
#28
Balb0wa
yes says plenty, 5 min later i got the email:

Thank you for your recent internet order. We have experienced high demand
for the following product(s), which are now out of stock.
We will not charge you for these items until they are dispatched.


DANEPC264002GBSODIMM Laptop Memory - SODIMM DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400) - 2GB - UK'S VERY BEST PRICE!


Hi there Rock,

what time did you order cause I've not heard anything about no stock.

I ordered about 11ish. Hope they come thru as this is a good price.
#29
ordered 11.04 am this morning, stock still says plenty, very odd, my order status says back order as well
#30
This should work in most DDR2 supported laptops, however, you won't get the full benefit unless you're running a 64 bit operating system. Even Vista Home Premium and Ultimate in 32Bit flavours will only show up to a max of 3.5GB due to limitations of 32bit.

For 4GB+ memory, you need a 64 bit operating system, basically - so you could always upgrade your OS at the same time...
#31
I currently have 6GB in my Vista 64 machine :)
#32
I might get 2 for my Vostro 1500. I read the OS will use 3.5GB, which is sweeeeeet :)
#33
That is correct. If you upgrade to a 64bit version of the OS, it'll read all 4Gb, though.
(If you bought Vista at retail, you can get a free upgrade to Vista x64, all you have to pay is the postage of about $4).
#34
:-D

Thanks for the post..

Ordered one..

Cheers

Aj
#35
Seems like they're out of stock, I can only see the 667Mhz 2Gb modules now.

Oh well, if you're not fast.....

:roll:
#36
Back in stock

Good news !

We now have stock of the following item.

DANEPC264002GBSODIMM - Laptop Memory - SODIMM DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400) - 2GB - UK'S VERY BEST PRICE!

We are pleased to let you know that this item
will now be dispatched to you.
Please allow up to 7 days for delivery.

Just a note - You will notice that each back order item
is charged separately to your credit card, so if you
have had more than one item on back order with us, you
may notice more than one transaction for 7dayshop.com
on your credit card statement.
banned#37
sorry to ask stupid questions...

i currently have 1024MB (2*512) of DDR2 533/667 MHz memory in my Acer laptop. If I bought 2 of these would I be getting 4gb of RAM and would it be compatible? Does any replacement RAM have to be 533/667 MHz or will this one work ok?

Thanks in advance!
#38
markhday
sorry to ask stupid questions...

i currently have 1024MB (2*512) of DDR2 533/667 MHz memory in my Acer laptop. If I bought 2 of these would I be getting 4gb of RAM and would it be compatible? Does any replacement RAM have to be 533/667 MHz or will this one work ok?

Thanks in advance!


It SHOULD work. Even if the replacement RAM is rated faster, it'll just run at the speed your motherboard can handle.
As for the 4gb, you'll get 3.5. The reason for this is relatively complicated, it's due to the operating system only being able to "see" that amount, but don't worry as it's perfectly normal and 3.5Gb is still way more than enough.
In fact, I'd just buy one and stick to 2.5Gb, that should be enough for most people, especially considering it's a laptop.
#39
I was told they were out of stock but getting restocked...

then email saying out of stock and NEVER getting anymore...


boo
#40
same here

mugs have put the price up to £25.99
:(

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