Patriot Extreme Performance 2GB (2x 1GB) DDR2 KIT PC2-6400 - £19.17 Delivered (£16.29 delivered after Quidco) @ MemoryBits (15% Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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£19.17 delivered after 10% off code above
Quidco worth £2.87 making it £16.29 Delivered
Free delivery on orders over £20

Details:

* Extreme Bandwidth PC2-6400 (800MHz)
* Enhanced Latency (5-5-5-12)
* Patriot Aluminum Bladed® Heat Shield Technology to improve module stability
* 100% Tested and Verified
* Lifetime Warranty
* RoHS Compliant
* EPP Ready (set for 1.9V )
* Voltage settings 1.9-2.0V
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#2
I ordered these last night and Quidco had tracked by the morning. Quidco tracked at £2.87, so £16.29 delivered. Just hope my motherboard likes it..
#3
will it work on motherboards that support 667MHz PC2-5300 speeds i.e. will it "slow down"?
#4
huispan;2785397
will it work on motherboards that support 667MHz PC2-5300 speeds i.e. will it "slow down"?


Not sure huispan but the voltage (1.9-2.0V) may be a problem. Standard DDR2 is usually 1.8V. I'd also like to know, anyone?.
#5
I have had no trouble running 1.9V XMS2 memory (675MHz) by Corsair, but my friend has had nothing but trouble running OCZ 800MHz Plat XTC memory which I beleive runs at 2.1V, both on midrange mobos, so I guess it depends and you could always visit the motherboard manufacturers website to see memory support levels
#6
I've had 4GB of Patriot PDC22G6400LLK ,which I believe is very similar,running just over stock speed 24/7 with 4-4-4-12-2T selected on a P5B-DeLuxe for well over a year now without any issues,set in Bios to 1.9v.
#7
Nice1, Post and Price...:thumbsup:
#8
If you use a system that has no BIOS control of RAM settings it will almost always default to 1.8V and run at 800MHz CL5 or 667MHz CL5. Very little RAM defaults to anything else as it leads to incompatibility.
If this RAM requires 1.9V to run at just 800MHz CL5 then it is fairly old RAM and will very likely cause incompatibility with Dell type systems unless they are limited to 667MHz RAM in which case it should work at 1.8V 667MHz CL5.

It’s a good price but I’m wary of the 1.9V for such a basic speed and latency if that’s what the value implies!
#9
why do they class 800 MHz CAS5 as Extreme Peformance ?

lol - good price though
#10
Buckster
why do they class 800 MHz CAS5 as Extreme Peformance ?

lol - good price though


It overclocks really well
#11
excellent its been a long time coming that i needed to upgrade my computer memory.... need to get it ready for GTA for when it comes out on the PC...... :)
#12
this is a mint find, cheers!
#13
Great find.

Cheap as chips!!! :-D

(Do you see what I did there...?)
#14
Nice price, ordered a set, heat and rep!
#15
sput2001


(Do you see what I did there...?)


I see what you didn't!
#16
I have ddr PC2-6400 2gb in my pc can i buy these and add then to my dell to get 4gb?

it says on crucial
Q: [URL="javascript:Effect.toggle('faq1', 'blind')"]What memory goes into my computer, and can I mix speeds?[/URL]

A: DDR2 memory with support for DDR2 PC2-5300,DDR2 PC2-6400 speeds.


Q: [URL="javascript:Effect.toggle('faq2', 'blind')"]How much memory can my computer handle?[/URL]
A: 4096MB.
Adding the maximum amount of memory will improve performance and help extend the useful life of your system as you run increasingly demanding software applications in the future.
#17
If you have two spare slots you should be fine with these.
#18
Thanks , i will give them a try.

Hopefully should be ok , i do have 3gb and all my slots are in use but i plan to take out 2 to fit these so i can have 4gb not 3

How comes its so cheap? im sure ive seen 2gb around £100 in past
#19
Looks like a wallet.
#20
A-n-d-y
Thanks , i will give them a try.

Hopefully should be ok , i do have 3gb and all my slots are in use but i plan to take out 2 to fit these so i can have 4gb not 3

How comes its so cheap? im sure ive seen 2gb around £100 in past


2GB has been around £25-£30 for a while but this is the best price yet.
#21
nice to see ram go down to a more realistic price. 18 months ago i paid some £120 for 2 gigs of ram

hot
#22
Would said RAM be ok in this PC?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/212053/dell-quad-core-tesco-for-299-or-jus/?p=2497295#post2497295

I have just ordered one and was hoping to add a bit more RAM in it. The memory that's in it is 667mhz though.

Thanks :)
#23
A-n-d-y
Thanks , i will give them a try.
Hopefully should be ok , i do have 3gb and all my slots are in use but i plan to take out 2 to fit these so i can have 4gb not 3.

If you have a 32 bit version of Windows you will gain 0.5GB of RAM at most due to the restriction of the 32 bit architecture.
#24
ValiantSaint
Would said RAM be ok in this PC?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/212053/dell-quad-core-tesco-for-299-or-jus/?p=2497295#post2497295
I have just ordered one and was hoping to add a bit more RAM in it. The memory that's in it is 667mhz though.

It should work and you’ll have roughly 3.5GB of accessible 667MHz memory after the upgrade.
#25
Agharta
It should work and you’ll have roughly 3.5GB of accessible 667MHz memory after the upgrade.


That's excellent news. I'll order some right away :)
#26
Agharta;2789223
If you have a 32 bit version of Windows you will gain 0.5GB of RAM at most due to the restriction of the 32 bit architecture.

But if i take the 2 512mb out and replace them with the above 1gbx2 ram instead wouldnt this increase my performace more?

I do only have 32bit

Ah well spur of the moment buy again for me , its only £16 so its not a big deal if i dont use them i guess i can sell them on ebay

Quidco tracked already for me :thumbsup:
#27
A-n-d-y
But if i take the 2 512mb out and replace them with the above 1gbx2 ram instead wouldnt this increase my performace more? I do only have 32bit:

3.5GB is roughly the maximum accessible RAM limit for 32 bit Windows regardless of how much you have installed and it can be less. It’s hardly worth upgrading from 3GB unless you know for sure that you are actually using more than 3GB which is fairly rare unless you’re a hardcore multi-tasker.
Installing extra RAM that isn’t utilised has zero affect on performance
#28
I honestly find it difficult to see how much RAM prices have fallen recently! 2 years ago (I know, I know . . ) these were approx £210 and now they're below £20.

That's unbelievably hot!!
#29
bargain for the price, voted hot :) cant believe how cheap DDR2 is these days
#30
Very nice price, but unfortunately for me as i have just bought a pair of Corsair Twin2x2048-6400C4 on Monday which cost me £30 :-D
#31
Dano
Very nice price, but unfortunately for me as i have just bought a pair of Corsair Twin2x2048-6400C4 on Monday which cost me £30 :-D


Where did you get this? Seems an amazing price for 2x2GB sticks.
#32
price now gone up to £33!.
banned#33
DAMMMM expired! How could i miss that?!? I've been waiting for ages for a deal like that :(:(:(:(
#34
Out of stock, got a phone call saying I'll have to wait until next week for more stock to come in.
#35
Minstadave;2806657
Out of stock, got a phone call saying I'll have to wait until next week for more stock to come in.


I had the same call Minstadave. Mine arrived this morning. You had any luck?.
#36
Yup mine arrived this morning :)

Did your quidco track?
#37
Minstadave;2870878
Yup mine arrived this morning :)

Did your quidco track?


Quidco tracked within a couple of hours.

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