PC2-5300 512MB SODIMM DDR2 667Mhz MEMORY Just £37.99 collect in store + Quidco cashback - HotUKDeals
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Collect in store or delivery at £3.99

Ideal for those Dell notebooks you have just bought ;-)

512MB DDR2 Sodimm Memory
For Notebook/Laptops
PC2-5300
667Mhz Bus Clock Rate
200pin Module Configuration
NON-ECC

Also 533Mhz memory available for £36.99
PNY
512MB SODIMM Memory
PC4300 DDR2
533MHz Speed
For Laptops

Quidco-For genuine tracked transactions completed wholly online, you can earn:

6% for sales
3% for Collect @ Store
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[mod] 1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago
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[mod]#1
Tip, visit Crucial.co.uk and use their memory finder to see which memory is correct for your Laptop, then choose from the available ones on offer from PC World. 667Mhz memory will work fine in a laptop having a 533Mhz bus and with Dell sometimes suppying 533Mhz memory on laptops with 667Mhz bus you may see a performance advantage from using the faster memory (in pairs)
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Ick ick ick. I bought unbranded RAM from PC World once because it was cheap. It was rubbish stuff. Some components you can skimp on. RAM is not one; do yourself and your laptop a favour and get some decent branded stuff.
[mod]#3
Looks like its PNY Technologies stuff to me, but by all means voice your personal opinion though I doubt PC World or any other major store could go on selling ram and no doubt fitting it as upgrades to machines they sell if it was as you say "rubbish stuff"
I have yet in too many years to remember had a rubbish stick of ram from any source, I have had some that didnt like it when I overclocked or overvoltaged but then I was to blame then not the ram which was probably graded down because it was marginal for the higher spec I was trying to force on it.
Personally I would have no second thoughts at fitting a stick of this to any laptop I own, unless of course I got the one stick that you bought recycled ;-)

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