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OCZ 2GB DDR3 1333MHz Gold Memory Module £15.51 delivered @ Ebuyer

£15.51 @ Ebuyer
Can't find anything to touch this price. Great desktop PC Memory by the looks of it.
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Can't find anything to touch this price. Great desktop PC Memory by the looks of it.
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#1
Price & seller in title would've been handy.
#2
Will this work fine in my Asus P7P55 LX motherboard?
#3
Apologies RS2000, it's been a while since I've submitted anything. What are mods for...

Kazaam - If it supports DDR3 memory I don't see why not. Always wise to check your motherboard manual though.
#4
make sure your mobo can support 1.65V memory before buyiung as DDR3 is usally 1.5V.
#5
killie99
make sure your mobo can support 1.65V memory before buyiung as DDR3 is usally 1.5V.

the crucial compatiable memory page is showing 1.65V ram as well as 1.5V
#6
killie99
make sure your mobo can support 1.65V memory before buyiung as DDR3 is usally 1.5V.
DDR3 can be anything from 1.35 to 1.9V and beyond. 1.65V is fairly mainstream but this is old spec to require 1.65V at only 1,333MHz.
#7
Kazaam
Will this work fine in my Asus P7P55 LX motherboard?


yes , your mobo can handle up to : DDR3 2200 (O.C.) Support

Agharta
killie99
make sure your mobo can support 1.65V memory before buyiung as DDR3 is usally 1.5V.

DDR3 can be anything from 1.35 to 1.9V and beyond. 1.65V is fairly mainstream but this is old spec to require 1.65V at only 1,333MHz.


thats why price is so low.



Edited By: tasman23 on Mar 15, 2011 03:29
#8
tasman23
Kazaam
Will this work fine in my Asus P7P55 LX motherboard?


yes , your mobo can handle up to : DDR3 2200 (O.C.) Support

Agharta
killie99
make sure your mobo can support 1.65V memory before buyiung as DDR3 is usally 1.5V.

DDR3 can be anything from 1.35 to 1.9V and beyond. 1.65V is fairly mainstream but this is old spec to require 1.65V at only 1,333MHz.


thats why price is so low.




The price is mainly this low because OCZ are pulling out of the RAM market and thus retailers are getting rid of a lot of their stock
2 Likes #9
The picture makes this appear to be a deal on harmonicas
#10
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.
#11
drspa44
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.

Doubt it, the majority of ram chips are produced in South Korea/China.
#13
Good price, not so good memory. Be careful as it might not work with advertized timings (at least mine does not, but I did not get it from Play). Gold is on lower end of OCZ products. Quality is good - no errors.
#14
Great Ram for the price, just about the only ram that didn't bsod in the rig I built last year.
#15
killie99
drspa44
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.


Doubt it, the majority of ram chips are produced in South Korea/China.


http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/365941/japan-crisis-sends-component-prices-soaring
"The research company said Japan makes more than one in five semiconductors used globally, and enjoys a 35% market share of NAND Flash memory. The country also supplies 13% of the world's DRAM chips"
#16
bummer.i can only have 8gb (8500) ddr2 max :(
#17
any good with dell votro 430 ?
#18
drspa44
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.


don't mean to be rude. don't u know most of the ram chips are made in Taiwan, China or Korea.
#19
So which is better the play or the OCZ memory, is either of them dual channel, I am looking to use in the HP Proliant Microserver.
Thanks
#20
fullmoon
drspa44
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.

don't mean to be rude. don't u know most of the ram chips are made in Taiwan, China or Korea.
yes, but they have became worse than the europeans and therefore prices will go up
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petecowie
So which is better the play or the OCZ memory, is either of them dual channel, I am looking to use in the HP Proliant Microserver.
Thanks

The RAM does not determine single/dual/triple channel capability, the motherboard does. But yeah the motherboard in that microserver has two channels for DDR3 so should take two of these dimms no problem.
#22
Thanks, So is there any difference between the 2 memory types discusssed here when used in the Proliant?
#23
fullmoon
drspa44
Japan disaster will push up prices of RAM, so now is a very good time to buy, before the supply drops. Will also affect prices of flash memory.


don't mean to be rude. don't u know most of the ram chips are made in Taiwan, China or Korea.

A 13% drop in supply is enough to make prices fluctuate, in a market where there is so little spare capacity to fill the gap.
#24
Thanks just bought all 411 left in stock.

Hope you are right that it goes up in price. Don't worry I have expired the deal for you, glad I could help.
#25
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#26
Horrorwood
Thanks just bought all 411 left in stock.

Hope you are right that it goes up in price. Don't worry I have expired the deal for you, glad I could help.


lol if true I hope it goes down 25%
#27
joeb
Horrorwood
Thanks just bought all 411 left in stock.

Hope you are right that it goes up in price. Don't worry I have expired the deal for you, glad I could help.


lol if true I hope it goes down 25%


Of course its true. It won't go down, if it does I'll just wait for DDR4 to come a long and DDR3 prices will rise.

Same as happened with SD-ram, DDR1, DDR2...
#28
Horrorwood
joeb
Horrorwood
Thanks just bought all 411 left in stock.Hope you are right that it goes up in price. Don't worry I have expired the deal for you, glad I could help.
lol if true I hope it goes down 25%
Of course its true. It won't go down, if it does I'll just wait for DDR4 to come a long and DDR3 prices will rise.Same as happened with SD-ram, DDR1, DDR2...


Undeniable logic and definitely safer than putting your money in property
#29
ssouthall6
Horrorwood
joeb
Horrorwood
Thanks just bought all 411 left in stock.Hope you are right that it goes up in price. Don't worry I have expired the deal for you, glad I could help.
lol if true I hope it goes down 25%
Of course its true. It won't go down, if it does I'll just wait for DDR4 to come a long and DDR3 prices will rise.Same as happened with SD-ram, DDR1, DDR2...


Undeniable logic and definitely safer than putting your money in property


Yeh, buying houses is boring.

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