Patriot 2GB Kit PC6400 800MHz & 2GB USB drive £72.27 delivered (using CGO) - HotUKDeals
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This is Fast ram 800MHz and 4-4-4-12 timing.
Comes with a 'readyboost' ready 2GB usb stick.

Technical Details:
Capacity 2GB (2 x 1GB)
Cas 4
Cas latency 4-4-4-12
Memory speed 800MHz PC6400
Lifetime Warranty

Can't believe how cheep DDRII has got !!

Memory is available without the 2GB usb stick, but it only saves you £5.
- djfluff

The USB stick looks decent too. Costs £22 on it's own.
Claims to have 200X read speed...

- djfluff
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#1
It's Hot I tell you ! This is faster than the crucial Balistic memory that is currently on the forum, pluse these come with a lifetime warrenty!
#2
Those are fast timings for 800 MHz RAM.
#3
Nice price - will be ordering for new pc build - Thanks op
#4
voted hot - good price - especially extra fiver for memory stick :thumbsup:
#5
maybe it's gone cheap to make way for DDR3?!
Anyways, voted hot, just like the other ram deals.
#6
Looks like a good deal, especially with the Readyboost USB drive (which is apparantly one of the fastest, ideal for readyboost), shame there's not an option for the 4GB Readyboost drive!

I'm not intending building until after the 22nd July C2Q price-drops, but I'm very tempted by a pair of these, especially now the DDR2 prices are set to level out or increase...
#7
From what I read the Crucial since it uses D9 micron is far more likely to be able to reach 100 MHz CAS4 speeds than the Patriot - plus if you have any RMA issues with Crucial its 48 hrs turn-around and address is a UK one to send to.. big plus in my opinion.

Mark.
#8
Buckster
From what I read the Crucial since it uses D9 micron is far more likely to be able to reach 100 MHz CAS4 speeds than the Patriot - plus if you have any RMA issues with Crucial its 48 hrs turn-around and address is a UK one to send to.. big plus in my opinion.

Mark.


This review at tom's hardware says that the Patriot sticks are better for overclocking .. http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/02/21/overclocking-9-value-priced-ddr2-800-kits/page10.html
#9
a surprising 5-5-5-15 at a 1000 MHz data rate. PC2-8000 for a PC2-6400 price? You bet!
#10
£74.49 now =/
#11
I won't get into an argument about it - but its well known that the 6400 Crucials are the lemon in the range ...

Crucial 5300 CAS3 , 6400 CAS5 and 1066 CAS5 are both Micron D9 and overclock very well - the 6400 though not as well as the 5300 or 1066 - bizarre but true. Its something to do with the fact that even at 5300 to get CAS3 you need decent specced modules- that they are cheaper makes them a bargain :)

I personally went for the 1066 stuff -but only as I wanted 1100 +

check out the review here:

http://www.techpowerup.com/printreview.php?id=/Crucial/Ballistix5300

:)

Mark.

djfluff
This review at tom's hardware says that the Patriot sticks are better for overclocking .. http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/02/21/overclocking-9-value-priced-ddr2-800-kits/page10.html
#12
Just spotted that they are SLI-Ready too, handy if your motherbord supports it..

http://www.patriotmem.com/products/detailp.jsp?prodline=5&catid=2&prodgroupid=38&id=317&type=1
#13
I just got a newsletter from Aria.
They have a lot of these bundle deals available now. When you buy a 2gb patriot memory kit you can get a 2gb pen drive for £5 and when you buy a 4gb kit you can get a 4gb pen drive for £10.

Here is the picture from the newsletter:
http://www.ariapc.co.uk/specialemail/patriot_newsletter_alone.jpg

And here are the bundles:
http://www.aria.co.uk/Products?search=bundle+deal&p_style=detail&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=bundles&utm_campaign=newsletter040607

Kata :)
banned#14
i got 4 gb kingston for 72£ delivered form ebuyer 2 x 1gb kits bought 2 of em.

kingston DDR2
#15
vickihenderson
i got 4 gb kingston for 72£ delivered form ebuyer 2 x 1gb kits bought 2 of em.

kingston DDR2


The kingstom RAM is not as fast as the Patriot stuff. ( I am assuming you bought 667mhz stuff :)
banned#16
yes but when when you can get 4 gig for that price of the 2gig
#17
Was that PC6400 kingston?
banned#18
pc25300 cl5 240 pin 2pcs kit 2 x 1gb stick 667mhz per pack
#19
vickihenderson
yes but when when you can get 4 gig for that price of the 2gig


If you are building a PC for gaming, it would be faster with 2gb of 800mhz ram than 4gb of 667mhz ram...:)
#20
Voted cold :-D

Got these for £56 delivered from Aria using GC on superspecials 3 weeks ago.

Except mine were PC5300. :D
#21
talkshop
Voted cold :-D

Got these for £56 delivered from Aria using GC on superspecials 3 weeks ago.

Except mine were PC5300. :D


Yours are slower than these ! Why cold ?
#22
vickihenderson
yes but when when you can get 4 gig for that price of the 2gig


Don't plan using all of that 4GB on a 32 bit OS.
#23
To an average guy who might overclock a bit & is looking to a P35 m'board & a 1333fsb. I intend to buy a Q6600 next month. Will I notice any real world difference between this 4-4-4-12 and the ordinary PC6400 800Mhz that is £20 cheaper? As I want 4Gb the difference is £40. Both memories as on the Aria link above.

Chris

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