OCZ 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800Mhz/PC2-6400 GOLD XTC Memory Kit CL5(5-5-5-18) - £32 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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OCZ 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800Mhz/PC2-6400 GOLD XTC Memory Kit CL5(5-5-5-18) - £32.00 @ Ebuyer

£32.00 @ Ebuyer
Cheapest Online for a great Memory Kit. P&P is £2.58 OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 / 800MHz / Vista Performance / Gold Edition / 4GB (2x2048) Kit As part of OCZ-s Gold series, the PC2-…
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Cheapest Online for a great Memory Kit. P&P is £2.58

OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 / 800MHz / Vista Performance / Gold Edition / 4GB (2x2048) Kit

As part of OCZ-s Gold series, the PC2-6400 2GB modules deliver the performance and speed gamers require for today?s graphic-intensive DirectX 10 PC games. At 800MHz, the 4GB Gold Edition runs at 5-5-5 latency timings and offers unprecedented stability on the latest AMD and Intel platforms. As a Vista up-grader, the PC2-6400 4GB dual channel kit will provide maximum memory bandwidth and deliver the best possible gaming and productivity on Vista systems.

All Gold Edition modules are 100% hand-tested for quality assurance and compatibility and feature high quality, gold-mirrored XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreaders for the most effective heat dissipation. Furthermore, each OCZ Gold series module is backed by the industry leading OCZ Lifetime Warranty and technical support for unparalleled peace of mind.


* XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreaders optimize the thermal management of memory modules by promoting greater airflow by means of micro-convection throughout what is usually the dead air space inside conventional heatspreader designs. In this manner, build-up of heat is avoided and thermal dissipation of the memory components is offloaded more efficiently through the honeycomb design. At the same time, mechanical stability is maintained.

**OCZ EVP (Extended Voltage Protection) is a feature that allows performance enthusiasts to use a VDIMM of 2.1V without invalidating their OCZ Lifetime Warranty.
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#1
been waiting for this to come back down. nice one.
#2
Looks like a good deal for some quality DDR2. Very tempted. H&R added
#3
Paid £34 about a month ago for this kit so not a great deal.
As for the memory i think its brilliant! Great way to give a PC a new lease of life and cheap too!

Warm from me
#4
great price for 4GB :)

i wouldn't be able to use these, my FSB is already at 465MHz, lol
#5
is it worth paying £39.99 (down from £50) for the Titanium Memory over this Gold for £32.99?

thanks
#6
£34.58 with postage; please amend to show actual price.
#7
Agharta
£34.58 with postage; please amend to show actual price.

Or leave as-is as people may purchase it along with other stuff. Or maybe put the P&P in brackets.
#8
I think ive skimped on my memory a bit. Just got the cheapest I could like 3 years ago :P. Since then ive had 3 motherboards and 2 processors. Im tempted hmmm
#9
Since when OCZ started to sell Gold series with such terrible performace? I have OCZ Gold 2x1GB PC-6400 at 4-4-4-10 T1 @ 2.1v. EPP and sticker has same timings.

I would not buy this.
#10
bobbi
is it worth paying £39.99 (down from £50) for the Titanium Memory over this Gold for £32.99?

thanks


Absolutely. 5-5-5-18 2T vs. 4-4-4-15 1T is noticeable difference. i think 7 extra justify it.
#11
I read a review warning that some motherboards cannot supply the 2.2V needed and that you should check your BIOS.

Does anyone know whether most motherboards do / don't allow this?
#12
K1LLER HORNET
great price for 4GB :)

i wouldn't be able to use these, my FSB is already at 465MHz, lol


Unless I've understood what you meant, you could use these as DDR2 runs at double speed.
#13
sorry to be a pain how do i know if its compatable with my home pc and is it spcificaly for vista? tell me if im thick as i know a lot about software but not hardware !!!
#14
No RAM is specifically for any particular operating system. At least as far as my knowledge goes on consumer bits & pieces.

Whether it's compatible with your home PC is down to your motherboard. Could you give us the make and model # of your motherboard? If you don't know it, download CPU-Z. Download link in top left-hand corner.
#15
srwilks
sorry to be a pain how do i know if its compatable with my home pc and is it spcificaly for vista? tell me if im thick as i know a lot about software but not hardware !!!


I sincerely doubt you can know a lot about software yet not know what kind of ram your system takes!

Anyway, the Crucial Memory Scan will tell you what you need to know. I suspect this ram would be fine, but it's best to check: http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner/
#16
srwilks
sorry to be a pain how do i know if its compatable with my home pc and is it spcificaly for vista? tell me if im thick as i know a lot about software but not hardware !!!


Find out which memory type you have right now. There are only three types DDR, DDR2 and DDR3. All newest high end computers have DDR3, DDR2 is most common and DDR is for old systems.

Standard Speeds:
DDR - up to 400MHz - PC4200
DDR2 - 400MHz to 800MHz - PC4200 to PC6400
DDR3 - 1066MHz and up - PC8500

If you have DDR2 then this one would work.
#17
Sorry,

missed DDR2 - 1066Mhz - PC8500

DDR2 - 400Mhz to 800Mhz to 1066Mhz - PC4200 to PC8500 - AMD Phenoms with AM2 chipset can use DDR2 up to 1066Mhz
#18
Gamerfreak
Or leave as-is as people may purchase it along with other stuff. Or maybe put the P&P in brackets.

The custom is to include postage but as you suggest showing both prices is even better. :thumbsup:
#19
Have added postage and packaging price to description, it has a 20% discount with royal mail on delivery.
#20
I wonder if now is a good time to stack up on DDR2 and make an eBay shop in about a year or twos time. Might sound stupid but DDR memory went through a phase of being very cheap and now it’s as expensive and DDR3 because it’s hard to get hold of. Intel and AMD are both working towards ONLY DDR3 compatible systems so it won’t be long before DDR2 starts to go up in price as it becomes harder to get hold of. Just a thought!
#21
tcorbyn09
I wonder if now is a good time to stack up on DDR2 and make an eBay shop in about a year or twos time. Might sound stupid but DDR memory went through a phase of being very cheap and now it’s as expensive and DDR3 because it’s hard to get hold of. Intel and AMD are both working towards ONLY DDR3 compatible systems so it won’t be long before DDR2 starts to go up in price as it becomes harder to get hold of. Just a thought!

AMD’s newest CPUs support DDR2 & DDR3 so who knows how long it will be before DDR3 overtakes DDR2 in sales. Intel aren’t releasing their mainstream CPUs that support DDR3 only until Q3 this year so I imagine DDR2 will stay more popular than DDR3 until 2010.

Beyond that with the economy down the pan and the long term problem of over supply of RAM it’s hard to see where the pricing is going.
If you can afford to hold on to the RAM for 2 years or so then probably it would go up in price unless the world dips into a major depression which would mean all bets are off.

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