PNY 1GB Optima PC3-10660 1333MHz / DDR3 Delivered £13.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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On the look out for ram saw this can you find DDR3 1333Mhz for £13.99 delivered

* Fully PC3-10660 Compliant
* JEDEC-Standard 240-pin Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM)
* Unbuffered
* Case Latency 9
* Power Supply: 1.5V ± 0.2V
* Pure Power and Ground Planes
* Gold PCB connector
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#1
Works out at £54 for a 4GB set. Cheapest price I've seen in a while. have some heat!
#2
* Power Supply: 1.5V ± 0.2V

That's unusually vague. :thinking:
#3
I have a fujisu siemens pentium 4 cpu intel 2.60 Ghz and 512 ddr ram will this work for me ?? as im not sure what ddr3 is ???

cheers
#4
gadjit
I have a fujisu siemens pentium 4 cpu intel 2.60 Ghz and 512 ddr ram will this work for me ?? as im not sure what ddr3 is ???

cheers


No this probably won't work. DDR3 is a newer form of RAM and so it won't be compatible with your older motherboard. An upgrade for you will probably have to be DDR / DDR2 (you'll have to check this).
#5
#6
quackstar84


Uno i was looking at the XMS even tho they are designed for the corei5/i7 should they work in any ddr3 slot? with any processor
#7
Pretty good. I'm planning my first ever PC build and it's getting scarily expensive - Intel i5 Based system with 5 series ATI card are certainly pricey :)

Can't decide whether to go for a pair, or should I stick with my original plan for a single slot of 2gb?
(I plan to add more at the end of January but my budget is tight).
#8
MBeeching
Pretty good. I'm planning my first ever PC build and it's getting scarily expensive - Intel i5 Based system with 5 series ATI card are certainly pricey :)

Can't decide whether to go for a pair, or should I stick with my original plan for a single slot of 2gb?
(I plan to add more at the end of January but my budget is tight).



Me too LOL
I have a phenom ii
msi-790gx-g65
just ordered this ram x 2
500gb hdd
asus vento 3600 case

just need ATI graphics card an power supply budget is getting tight LOL
#9
benjefreys
Me too LOL
I have a phenom ii
msi-790gx-g65
just ordered this ram x 2
500gb hdd
asus vento 3600 case

just need ATI graphics card an power supply budget is getting tight LOL


whatever you do - don't skimp on the PSU! the cheaper ones are rubbish and
your investment in mobo etc may go to waste

you can get a good 400w Corsair one for around £40
#10
benjefreys;7140711
Me too LOL
I have a phenom ii
msi-790gx-g65
just ordered this ram x 2
500gb hdd
asus vento 3600 case

just need ATI graphics card an power supply budget is getting tight LOL


Glad to hear i'm not the only one stressing. I'm currently getting freaked out by air flow and cooling even though I haven't committed to a case yet :thumbsup:

I keep 'falling in love' with individual components then realise I can't afford other essentials. May even have to live without a monitor and connect to my TV temporarily lol.

corzair;7140759
whatever you do - don't skimp on the PSU! the cheaper ones are rubbish and
your investment in mobo etc may go to waste

you can get a good 400w Corsair one for around £40


Any PSU assistance would be appreciated. I will never forgive myself for stumbling across the SeaSonic X650 Gold - Is it possibly a little excessive?
#11
corzair
whatever you do - don't skimp on the PSU! the cheaper ones are rubbish and
your investment in mobo etc may go to waste

you can get a good 400w Corsair one for around £40



Indeed, since a cheap maplin PSU blew my mobo in 2005 i refuse to even look at a cheap psu 400w should be more than enough for my system :)
#12
MBeeching
Pretty good. I'm planning my first ever PC build and it's getting scarily expensive - Intel i5 Based system with 5 series ATI card are certainly pricey :)

Can't decide whether to go for a pair, or should I stick with my original plan for a single slot of 2gb?
(I plan to add more at the end of January but my budget is tight).


Go for a pair - dual channel memory should improve system performance. Although it may not be noticeable.
#13
Heat from me. I paid £62 for 4 Gb of 10666 1333 CL9 just recently and felt that I was getting a bargain.
#14
If you can I wuold buy a cheap(er) video card now or use on board and then get the new one after Christmas true VAT will have gone up but both Nvidia and ATi stopped making a lot of the higher end stuff some time ago and that's driving prices up once the newer stuff hits these shores in the new year expect prices to plummet quickly
#15
benjefreys
Indeed, since a cheap maplin PSU blew my mobo in 2005 i refuse to even look at a cheap psu 400w should be more than enough for my system :)


I'f you're getting a good graphics card then I would go for a 450W branded PSU. You can often find Antecs cheaper than Corsairs.
#16
MBeeching
Glad to hear i'm not the only one stressing. I'm currently getting freaked out by air flow and cooling even though I haven't committed to a case yet :thumbsup:

I keep 'falling in love' with individual components then realise I can't afford other essentials. May even have to live without a monitor and connect to my TV temporarily lol.



Any PSU assistance would be appreciated. I will never forgive myself for stumbling across the SeaSonic X650 Gold - Is it possibly a little excessive?


i was looking at this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/150596 should last a good few years or this one as Corzair suggested http://www.ebuyer.com/product/150985
#17
Nothing wrong with using the TV if it has a decent resolution I do both then lob movies etc across to the TV
#18
Play do a 3GB kit of the same stuff seemingly for £40 so if you want 4GB it then comes to £54 (40 + 14) - PNY 3GB.
#19
Rich44
Nothing wrong with using the TV if it has a decent resolution I do both then lob movies etc across to the TV


Enjoy sopcast on the weekends :) saves me going down the Pub everytime anyway
#20
MBeeching
Glad to hear i'm not the only one stressing. I'm currently getting freaked out by air flow and cooling even though I haven't committed to a case yet :thumbsup:

I keep 'falling in love' with individual components then realise I can't afford other essentials. May even have to live without a monitor and connect to my TV temporarily lol.



Any PSU assistance would be appreciated. I will never forgive myself for stumbling across the SeaSonic X650 Gold - Is it possibly a little excessive?


check out [url]www.bit-tech.net[/url] for rigorous reviews of psu's etc
also
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/buyers-guide/2009/11/10/what-hardware-should-i-buy-november-2009/1
for a good balanced system
#21
I recently put together the following: -

AMD Athlon II X3 435 £63.10 (Scan.co.uk)
Asus M4A785TD-V EVO AMD 785G AM3 £66.69 (Scan.co.uk)
500GB Samsung HD502HJ Spinpoint F3 £35.64 (Scan.co.uk)
Sony AD-5240S-0B 24x DVDR 12xDVDDL £15.97 (Scan.co.uk)
Abit AirPace PCI-E 54Mbps 802.11b/g £8.62 (Scan.co.uk)
G-Skill 2x2GB DDR3 1600MHz Ripjaw Memory Kit CL7 £79.98 (ebuyer.com)
Coolermaster Elite 330 Case With Coolermaster eXtreme Power 460W PSU £46.99 (ebuyer.com)
Total = £316.99

I'm just using the onboard gfx for the time being whilst I wait for gfx card prices to drop off a bit in the new year.
#22
Strawdog;7141601
I recently put together the following: -

AMD Athlon II X3 435 £63.10 (Scan.co.uk)
Asus M4A785TD-V EVO AMD 785G AM3 £66.69 (Scan.co.uk)
500GB Samsung HD502HJ Spinpoint F3 £35.64 (Scan.co.uk)
Sony AD-5240S-0B 24x DVDR 12xDVDDL £15.97 (Scan.co.uk)
Abit AirPace PCI-E 54Mbps 802.11b/g £8.62 (Scan.co.uk)
G-Skill 2x2GB DDR3 1600MHz Ripjaw Memory Kit CL7 £79.98 (ebuyer.com)
Coolermaster Elite 330 Case With Coolermaster eXtreme Power 460W PSU £46.99 (ebuyer.com)
Total = £316.99

I'm just using the onboard gfx for the time being whilst I wait for gfx card prices to drop off a bit in the new year.


That seems remarkably good value, i'm struggling to bring mine in at under £700 with the parts I'm looking at. The motherboard and processor is already blowing £250 of the budget so I may have to consider going for an ATI 5770 to bring the cost down. (The 5850 is my ideal choice but it's oos everywhere anyway).

I'm not in a major rush I suppose, so maybe waiting til the new year is sensible. Will have to stick with the ageing laptop a little longer :-D
#23
Out of stock? :(
#24
Hot!!!

..scurries to see if any of our 4 pc's will take this!

nice find OP
#25
Has anyone's been posted yet? Mine has been sitting at packing for 2 days..

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