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8GB Corsair DDR3 Two Memory Module Kit £11.22 @Amazon

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Possible misprice. Delivery 1-2 months. Worth a punt one feels. Brand Corsair Item Weight 45 g Product Dimensions 15.2 x 12.1 x 0.6 cm Item model number CMX8GX3M2A1333C9 RAM Size 4 GB
Rom Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago85 Comments
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M1sterDeeds
emodan
i just got mine from the other thread
17quid for 8gb ram is sweet
no idea where im gonna put it all my machines have full slots lol

If you're anything like me, you'll find a deal on some other component. With 2 components you figure you might as well build another machine.


I have 6 PCs.

Here's an idea for you. Do a hotukdeals build. Every item must originate from posts here. I did this the but failed the other week due to impatience. I almost had every part sourced from here but put in a very low bid on a motherboard/cpu bundle off eBay. Which I won lol.

i think i may do these as my new hobby
emodan
i just got mine from the other thread
17quid for 8gb ram is sweet
no idea where im gonna put it all my machines have full slots lol

If you're anything like me, you'll find a deal on some other component. With 2 components you figure you might as well build another machine.


I have 6 PCs.

Here's an idea for you. Do a hotukdeals build. Every item must originate from posts here. I did this the but failed the other week due to impatience. I almost had every part sourced from here but put in a very low bid on a motherboard/cpu bundle off eBay. Which I won lol.

Edited By: M1sterDeeds on Jun 13, 2013 19:05
i just got mine from the other thread
17quid for 8gb ram is sweet
no idea where im gonna put it all my machines have full slots lol
I have been commenting on the wrong thread (The other 1600mhz one) by mistake. The poster of the deal has said they have had theirs dispatched today from the 1600mhz £17 something deal :) Shame I would of ordered (tried) over these. My order for these got cancelled like many others it seems. :( Was worth a shot still have a good deal from amazon in the past with lenor 1.5l at around 38p a bottle delivered last march :)
No surprise all our orders have been cancelled. Oh well.
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Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 CPU Cooler £12.19 @ Amazon

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Amazon and Play are price matching on this cooler - usually sells for £16+. Suitable for AM2, AM2+, AM3, 1155, 1156, 1366, 775 Sockets. Comes with 92mm PWM controlled quiet fan.
brookheather Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago29 Comments
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Will this fan work for my computer?????????? Thanks in advance
Yes it will. I used this cooler with my old AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core before I upgraded to my current rig.
I use this with an i5 2500K - works fine.
any recommendations for an i5 cooler? stock is just a tad loud
ordered. but the Amazon one is temporaly out of stock. Hope I can get it soon.
Thanks a lot xRas.

My CPU is AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ (AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5600+)

Motherboard (GA-MA69VM-S2)

Will this fan work for my computer?????????? Thanks in advance
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Sapphire 11166-01-20R HD 5450 512MB DDR3 PCIE HDMI Graphics Card £13.89 Delivered on Amazon

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Sapphire 11166-01-20R HD 5450 512MB DDR3 PCIE HDMI Graphics Card £13.89 Delivered on Amazon Next best price £21.00 P&P: £4.00 on pixmania.co.uk http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4815973/art/sapp…
nineplatoonn Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago19 Comments
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archy121
Last gen. Doesn't offer blu-ray hardware encoding like the 6series HD 6450 which costs little more.


Does the Nvidia GT 520 /610 offer 3d blu ray (mvc) hardware acceleration ?




Edited By: dontasciime on Jan 10, 2013 11:10: ff
Dang, gone up to £22 :(
Last gen. Doesn't offer blu-ray hardware encoding like the 6series HD 6450 which costs little more.
Well, mine's already been dispatched. :)
dontasciime
WelshJester
how can people seriously expect a card like this to play 3d games?, if you want a midrange card you're looking at over £100 minimum unless you want to play slideshows.

And how can anyone seriously just see one use :p
are you serious lol ever heard of a HTPC this is the absolute perfect card for that like you couldn't or wouldn't want a better card for a HTPC.
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NETGEAR RangeMax Dual Band Wireless for Panasonic smart TV sets. £26.50 Sold by NORDPC and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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This deal is for a NETGEAR-RangeMax-Wireless-N-Adapter for a Panasonic smart internet TV set, the Panasoic type adaptors retail for £70, not for everyone though I have posted as its a good price.
liam7979 Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago14 Comments
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Is this compatible with tx-p50vt30b? Sorry I didn't get a manual with the tv as it was a clearance item.
What does it do???????
happychappy
gchild
hot hot hot
Why is it hot hot hot when they have increased in price by £10.51?
I also bought one last year for my Pany and confirm works fine, however content available is poor.
Correction not poor diabolical!
£14.99 fair price £26.50 gives Nordpc an extra £10.51 profit!

what's the alternative right now if you need one of these?
happychappy
liam7979
Why is it hot hot hot when they have increased in price by £10.51?
I also bought one last year for my Pany and confirm works fine, however content available is poor.
Correction not poor diabolical!
£14.99 fair price £26.50 gives Nordpc an extra £10.51 profit!

I needed it now not last year ! ( I could have brought petrol cheaper last year) unless you can find one cheaper in 2013 not 2011 it is a good deal for anyone wanting one. :{

Cool down Liam,
It is usual for electronic devices to reduce in price if however you cannot wait until Amazon reduce the price again go ahead an pay the inflated price Nordpc are asking. Your choice, personally don't think it is a deal so Cold cold cold from me.

I'm cool not Hot like this deal, all the best for 2013 X)
liam7979
Why is it hot hot hot when they have increased in price by £10.51?
I also bought one last year for my Pany and confirm works fine, however content available is poor.
Correction not poor diabolical!
£14.99 fair price £26.50 gives Nordpc an extra £10.51 profit!

I needed it now not last year ! ( I could have brought petrol cheaper last year) unless you can find one cheaper in 2013 not 2011 it is a good deal for anyone wanting one. :{

Cool down Liam,
It is usual for electronic devices to reduce in price if however you cannot wait until Amazon reduce the price again go ahead an pay the inflated price Nordpc are asking. Your choice, personally don't think it is a deal so Cold cold cold from me.
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Arctic Cooling Freezer Xtreme Rev.2 CPU Cooler £26.90 @ Amazon

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Product Type:Processor cooler Weight:0.61 kg
Dev185 Avatar4y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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ta but as for the taping i'm pretty sure ive not reduced flow, just made it so the air flow is more or less one direction and right across the mobo so diminishing the chances of heat build up. that's the theory! :) I did test it and the temp rose by 1 to 2 degrees from case totally open (both sides off) to both sides on, to both sides on and taped. For instance there were plenty card slot 'things' missing at the back and another fan station empty directly under the two 'exhaust' fans. Taping that lot makes sure I'm not circulating air that has no benefit to cooling. same with a grid that was on the side where air could straight line to the exhausts and not really go anywhere near the mobo. I will again watch when i load up the cpus and decide if I need a better HSF / another exhaust / tape off.
Meathotukdeals
Dev185
Meathotukdeals
Dev185
speedking
How does this compare to say the Corsair H60 water cooling or Antec Kühler H2O 620 which are around £50? I am building my first PC and wanted to cool an i7 3770k. I will probably never overclock due to my cluelessness and wanting a stable rendering machine.
If your not overclocking you dont really need an after market cooler, however if your buying one you should go for this as opposed to wasting money on a watercooler that you dont need, hope that helps

id tend to disagree on one point. ive just built a i7 3770 system and just using virtual dub up came a warning my cpu was running at 72 degrees. i've been avoiding using vdub since and even dropping cores on arcsoft converter. wish i'd known before hand how poor the retail HSF was as the things i'm looking at now often need the mobo removing to fit. altho i have built this pc myself it was a first ever build and don't look forward to further considerable messing about with it esp all the thermal paste cleaning and reapplication.

72 degrees is fairly reasonable on a packaged cooler under a stressful job..isnt going to harm your cpu so i wouldnt worry about avoiding using it. Hows your cable management/case cooling? also big factors

Hi i thought it was a biggie with the warning flashing up. What wouldn't be a safe temp for it to hit?
Cables are ok but not from a modular psu.

Air flow wise ATX case, Silverstone PSU at top rear extracting air (no idea yet if that fan alters speed with temp) and one Swif2 80p extracting top rear also. I have recently taped off various bits of the case so the airflow is coming into the case mainly from bottom of front panel. No Graphics card. 2 SSD and one 2tb HDD 1 DVD so plenty of room for air to flow around - I would imagine (?)

Poss prob is that, depending on who's calc you use, I'm not sure how much more I can put onto the system before endangering stability as my psu is borderline on some psu calculators. On others I have 70-100w spare.
I wouldnt be taping up my case, hot air has to go out just as much as cool has to come in, and intel cpu's can go as far as 90 odd degrees before you should be getting worried to the point of avoiding programs.
Dev185
Meathotukdeals
Dev185
speedking
How does this compare to say the Corsair H60 water cooling or Antec Kühler H2O 620 which are around £50? I am building my first PC and wanted to cool an i7 3770k. I will probably never overclock due to my cluelessness and wanting a stable rendering machine.
If your not overclocking you dont really need an after market cooler, however if your buying one you should go for this as opposed to wasting money on a watercooler that you dont need, hope that helps

id tend to disagree on one point. ive just built a i7 3770 system and just using virtual dub up came a warning my cpu was running at 72 degrees. i've been avoiding using vdub since and even dropping cores on arcsoft converter. wish i'd known before hand how poor the retail HSF was as the things i'm looking at now often need the mobo removing to fit. altho i have built this pc myself it was a first ever build and don't look forward to further considerable messing about with it esp all the thermal paste cleaning and reapplication.

72 degrees is fairly reasonable on a packaged cooler under a stressful job..isnt going to harm your cpu so i wouldnt worry about avoiding using it. Hows your cable management/case cooling? also big factors

Hi i thought it was a biggie with the warning flashing up. What wouldn't be a safe temp for it to hit?
Cables are ok but not from a modular psu.

Air flow wise ATX case, Silverstone PSU at top rear extracting air (no idea yet if that fan alters speed with temp) and one Swif2 80p extracting top rear also. I have recently taped off various bits of the case so the airflow is coming into the case mainly from bottom of front panel. No Graphics card. 2 SSD and one 2tb HDD 1 DVD so plenty of room for air to flow around - I would imagine (?)

Poss prob is that, depending on who's calc you use, I'm not sure how much more I can put onto the system before endangering stability as my psu is borderline on some psu calculators. On others I have 70-100w spare.
Meathotukdeals
Dev185
speedking
How does this compare to say the Corsair H60 water cooling or Antec Kühler H2O 620 which are around £50? I am building my first PC and wanted to cool an i7 3770k. I will probably never overclock due to my cluelessness and wanting a stable rendering machine.
If your not overclocking you dont really need an after market cooler, however if your buying one you should go for this as opposed to wasting money on a watercooler that you dont need, hope that helps

id tend to disagree on one point. ive just built a i7 3770 system and just using virtual dub up came a warning my cpu was running at 72 degrees. i've been avoiding using vdub since and even dropping cores on arcsoft converter. wish i'd known before hand how poor the retail HSF was as the things i'm looking at now often need the mobo removing to fit. altho i have built this pc myself it was a first ever build and don't look forward to further considerable messing about with it esp all the thermal paste cleaning and reapplication.

72 degrees is fairly reasonable on a packaged cooler under a stressful job..isnt going to harm your cpu so i wouldnt worry about avoiding using it. Hows your cable management/case cooling? also big factors

Edited By: Dev185 on Nov 22, 2012 13:44
Dev185
speedking
How does this compare to say the Corsair H60 water cooling or Antec Kühler H2O 620 which are around £50? I am building my first PC and wanted to cool an i7 3770k. I will probably never overclock due to my cluelessness and wanting a stable rendering machine.
If your not overclocking you dont really need an after market cooler, however if your buying one you should go for this as opposed to wasting money on a watercooler that you dont need, hope that helps

id tend to disagree on one point. ive just built a i7 3770 system and just using virtual dub up came a warning my cpu was running at 72 degrees. i've been avoiding using vdub since and even dropping cores on arcsoft converter. wish i'd known before hand how poor the retail HSF was as the things i'm looking at now often need the mobo removing to fit. altho i have built this pc myself it was a first ever build and don't look forward to further considerable messing about with it esp all the thermal paste cleaning and reapplication.
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Corsair XMS3 8GB (2x4GB) £31.99 @ amazon

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2 sticks of 4gb Corsair RAM, seems to be cheaper than previously posted on HUKD
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Heat added! This seems to be the best price aroound at the moment!
jaybear88
Cro_Baron
Paid £28 on scan the other day for the Vengeance one

:O Was that a "today only deal"? Wouldn't mind some myself :)

Yes I think it was a today only deal.
Cro_Baron
Paid £28 on scan the other day for the Vengeance one

:O Was that a "today only deal"? Wouldn't mind some myself :)
Paid £28 on scan the other day for the Vengeance one
Hi
I have 2 x 4GB sticks of the RAM below in my PC. I want to upgrade it and add another 2 x 4GB as I am only using two of the 4 RAM slots.

I think my RAM is unbuffered, can someone advise if I can add two of these and keep my existing RAM to upgrade my PC to 16GB?

Thanks in advance?

Manufacturer Hynix
Manufacturer Part #
HMT351U7BFR8A-H9
Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Capacity 4GB
Pins 240 Pin
Bus Type PC-10600
Error Correction ECC
Cycle Time 1.5ns
Cas CL9
Data Transfer Rate 1333Mhz
Memory Clock 166Mhz
Rank Rank 2
Voltage 1.35

Edited By: Gooner77 on Sep 03, 2012 11:02: correction
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