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PC Memory - 1GB - £9.99 +£3.95 Shipping

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Superb value memory suitable for desktop computers, Macs etc? Specifications: Total Size: 1GB Type: DDR2 SDRAM Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin Memory Speed: 800Mhz (PC-6400) CAS Latency:5 Unbuffered … Read More
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
Superb value memory suitable for desktop computers, Macs etc?
Specifications:
Total Size: 1GB
Type: DDR2 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 800Mhz (PC-6400)
CAS Latency:5
Unbuffered
Non ECC
SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
1.8v ( or - 0.1V)
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#1
+3.95 shipping but still a good price
#2
[SIZE="4"]£13.94 Delivered ![/SIZE]

Looks like the Manufacturer of this is Dane Elec.
#3
7dayshop
Please note: Brand may vary from image shown
#4
hot link
#5
You can get Corsair Value Select for around 12quid so not sure if its a really hot deal!
#6
Is this for all laptops as I really need a 1GB RAM card to play my Gears of War better. I am using a Dell Laptop and I think the card I need is a 9100. Anyone know here I can fined one cheap? P.S am a very big newb at computer stuff.
#7
time to reminisce...
anyone else remember when each MB of ram would cost £1 these GB sticks would cost £1,000 each :geek:
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ocelot20
Is this for all laptops as I really need a 1GB RAM card to play my Gears of War better. I am using a Dell Laptop and I think the card I need is a 9100. Anyone know here I can fined one cheap? P.S am a very big newb at computer stuff.


This is RAM for Desktops not Laptops. You can't just buy any old RAM it has to be the correct one for your computer. Go to http://www.crucial.com/uk/systemscanner/index.aspx and run the system scanner this will then tell you what type of RAM you need. Then you can either buy it direct from Crucial or put the result into google and find somewhere else that sells it.
#9
ocelot20
Is this for all laptops as I really need a 1GB RAM card to play my Gears of War better. I am using a Dell Laptop and I think the card I need is a 9100. Anyone know here I can fined one cheap? P.S am a very big newb at computer stuff.

No, it is not laptop memory. Laptop memory is normally the smaller 200-pin SO-DIMM type.
#11
bytefire
This is RAM for Desktops not Laptops. You can't just buy any old RAM it has to be the correct one for your computer. Go to http://www.crucial.com/uk/systemscanner/index.aspx and run the system scanner this will then tell you what type of RAM you need. Then you can either buy it direct from Crucial or put the result into google and find somewhere else that sells it.


Thanks very much.
#12
ctuk;1457328
time to reminisce...
anyone else remember when each MB of ram would cost £1 these GB sticks would cost £1,000 each :geek:


Ha ive got a old 512mb 2.5" hard drive in my drawer from an old laptop can you imagine the os and entire system fitting on that, i keep meaning to mount it on a plaque for a geeky type decoration! And to think back in the day that would have been considered a massive amount of storage!
#13
i'm only 23 but i still remember floppy disks that were actually floppy
#14
ctuk
time to reminisce...
anyone else remember when each MB of ram would cost £1 these GB sticks would cost £1,000 each :geek:

I'm afraid I go back longer than that... I have the invoice for 2 x 1Mb SIM-70Ns, £21 each, + VAT & Del, way back in October 1992, along with a copy of Windows 3.1 (£37).

But I think you get what you pay for in memory, and this is far too cheap. And "Brand may vary from image shown" really puts me off.
#15
I remember my first computer the spectrum 48 rubber keyboard model, damn that noise it made when loading games from tape, ah the days when game piracy was tape to tape copying! Nearly everyone could (and did) do it! Copy protection was non-existent! Damn must find a pc version of manic miner and frogger now!
That was a powerful beast running a whole 48k of system memory!
#16
Hi sorry to bother you all again right so I looked on crucial.com and it scanned my laptop and it said my PC ram cards are DDR PC3200 so I found one on ebay so will this work?

Also it said my laptop has 2 banks but both are being used by 2 other Ram cards so If I bought a 1Gb RAM card can I just take one of them other Ram cards out and leave the other one in?
#17
You can get 2% quidco on this as well
#18
ocelot20;1457387
Hi sorry to bother you all again right so I looked on crucial.com and it scanned my laptop and it said my PC ram cards are DDR PC3200 so I found one on ebay so will this work?

Also it said my laptop has 2 banks but both are being used by 2 other Ram cards so If I bought a 1Gb RAM card can I just take one of them other Ram cards out and leave the other one in?

What memory you got in at the minute and what is the item number (links dont work) you are looking at on egay? as pc3200 relates to spec of the ram rather than physical type. You will be wanting sodimm type I think, I cant offer you comprehensive memory advice but know enough to tell you if something is wrong for you, I know enough to get by and when upgrading my ram or buildiong a system always read up at the time and get advice myself.
#19
anyone knows how to get 'quidco' frm web..cos im a newbie...i dont know how to do quidco discount..wher to go..plz advice..for example with 5% quidco when buy something.
thanks
#20
quidco 2% cash back:thumbsup:
#21
harlzter
I remember my first computer the spectrum 48 rubber keyboard model, damn that noise it made when loading games from tape, ah the days when game piracy was tape to tape copying! Nearly everyone could (and did) do it! Copy protection was non-existent! Damn must find a pc version of manic miner and frogger now!
That was a powerful beast running a whole 48k of system memory!


Manic Miner

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~jg27paw4/yr01/yr01_48e.gif

Frogger

http://homepage.mac.com/johnhood/Pictures/Misc/frogger.jpg

Ahhhhhhh.............................Those were the days ! :thumbsup:
#22
will this memory be any good though, compared to corsair stuff? I'm building a new comp, so I might get 2GB of the good corsair, matched pair stuff, then 1GB of this ram. Stupid idea or does that sound ok?
#23
scottb;1457290
You can get Corsair Value Select for around 12quid so not sure if its a really hot deal!

How about a link to this Corsair Memory?

By the way I think this is a great find - I'm was looking for some of this memory but I'm reluctant to pay Crucial prices for their value memory. Heat and rep added - this thread is just what I needed.:thumbsup:
#24
Be careful [perhaps]; some dells etc require the right 'density' of memory.

This may or may not be an issue, but it is something I'd look at before jumping in.

Please feel free to call me an idiot if this is not of any significance.
#25
Phoresis
will this memory be any good though, compared to corsair stuff? I'm building a new comp, so I might get 2GB of the good corsair, matched pair stuff, then 1GB of this ram. Stupid idea or does that sound ok?


I think you would be better off just sticking to the 2gb Corsair to be honest, this extra 1gb wont be matched to the Corsair stuff and doesnt look like very good memory to me. Thats just my opinion of course but the price of this stuff really should mean that it isnt the best. Stick with branded stuff and if you want to go for extra memory then just get another 2gb of the same Corsair stuff you already have.
#26
According to crucial, my pc can handle DDR PC3200,DDR PC2700,DDR PC4000 . This ram is PC6400, what does this mean?? Cheers
#27
ctuk
it means it is too fast for your motherboard, looks like your motherboard can handle 533MHz
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_11&products_id=102273
(same price)


^^^ Eh? Am I missing something?

Even if his board supported PC4200 (which he's already said doesn't), how exactly is a DDR2 240pin module going to fit in a DDR1 184 pin slot... ?
#28
A mate has a Dell Dimension 3000 with 2 slots (each has 256mb at the mo).
As you can guess the PC is slow, so is it ok to put just one 1GB DDR PC3200 stick in or does it have to be in pairs (512MB in each) ?
#29
Phil21;1459222
^^^ Eh? Am I missing something?

Even if his board supported PC4200 (which he's already said doesn't), how exactly is a DDR2 240pin module going to fit in a DDR1 184 pin slot... ?

ignore me i'm living in a dream world, completely mis-read what he typed!:whistling:
#30
gawdblesshim
According to crucial, my pc can handle DDR PC3200,DDR PC2700,DDR PC4000 . This ram is PC6400, what does this mean?? Cheers

This is DDR2 which will not suit your machine - yours is the older DDR, a different size chip.

DDR = 184 pins, DDR2 = 240 pins
#31
Anyone recieved this yet? 8GB of RAM (using the 2GB DDR2 modules @ £17.99 each) for £75.91 delivered seems a dream!
#32
Anyone received their memory yet? Still waiting for my 2GB ordered Sunday.
#33
I got mine yesterday

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