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PNY 6GB DDR3 PC3-10660 1,333MHz desktop RAM, £95.99 @ Play

£95.99 @ Play.Com
Specifications 3 x 2GB DIMM's 1333Mhz DDR3 Fully PC-10660 Compliant Unbuffered JEDEC-Standard Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) Case Latency 9 Power Supply: 1.5V ± 0.2V Read More
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Specifications

3 x 2GB DIMM's
1333Mhz
DDR3
Fully PC-10660 Compliant
Unbuffered
JEDEC-Standard Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM)
Case Latency 9
Power Supply: 1.5V ± 0.2V
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#1
use the discount code to get £5 off this price too.
#2
Dont forget Quidco/TCB
#4
this is 6GB
#5
so 6gb from cex would be £54?
#6
if they had any check the stock
#7
cex sell 2nd hand products. play is selling new RAM
#8
also CEX doesn't specify any brand. It's probably some value RAM
#9
krooger
so 6gb from cex would be £54?

I placed 3 or 4 orders with Cex over a period of a month or two for about a dozen 2GB DDR3 1333 or 1066 sticks.

6 were cancelled
2 were faulty – wouldn’t even POST
2 were DDR2 1GB
2 work.

Fortunately the 2 that work are decent brands and rated at between 1.5 and 1.65V so they are compatible with Core i3/5/7 but there’s no guarantee of this is there is DDR3 out there that requires much higher voltages.
#10
so anybody ordered these from play yet?
#11
i was only wondering if they were the same from c.e.x, brand doesn't make a huge difference to me 12months warranty on them eitherway, but if your lucky you could pick up some branded memory with a lifetime warranty. hot deal anyway. Only mentioned just to let people know might be worth keeping an eye on.
#12
this is certainly not a cheap set of ram, I got my g-skill pc12800c9 6gb tri channel kit in June 09 for around 70 quid a pack.
To people who are seeking for upgrade or building new system, I would highly recommend to check with your motherboard's QVL for exact match for best compatitability. Ram is the most sensitive part in the machine, it is not purely about money - most expensive rams might not work on some board!
These days you would need 3 or 6 stick of rams in a triple channel system, therefore there are a lot more possible way of choosing slots. A few specific rams do not work in some combination.
#13
ciro
this is certainly not a cheap set of ram, I got my g-skill pc12800c9 6gb tri channel kit in June 09 for around 70 quid a pack.

You seem oblivious to the nature of memory pricing which can fluctuate wildly over fairly short periods; 9 months is a long time.
I remember seeing 12GB OCZ DDR3 1333 kits for £95 around the time you bought your RAM but that was then and right now a 6GB kit under £100 is very unusual.
#14
Agharta
You seem oblivious to the nature of memory pricing which can fluctuate wildly over fairly short periods; 9 months is a long time.
I remember seeing 12GB OCZ DDR3 1333 kits for £95 around the time you bought your RAM but that was then and right now a 6GB kit under £100 is very unusual.


Yea you are right, my apology. in comparason to most computing stuff websites this is cheap at this time.
However I am still not really confidence in using PNY in a performance machine, I would always go for corsair, geil, g.skill, patriot etc if it is possible
Still checking the QVL is very important
#15
ciro
Still checking the QVL is very important

I haven’t bothered checking compatibility for years for my own systems and haven’t had a problem yet.
I’ve sold about 150 sets of RAM this year and had 2 returned for incompatibility. If you are using RAM that runs at JEDEC spec speeds such as this I think it’s rarely an issue.
The QVL lists for many motherboards are often fairly small and it can limit you to buying memory that is fairly expensive in some cases. I’m happy to buy the cheapest RAM from a decent manufacturer that is the right spec and take the very small risk that it’s incompatible.
PNY isn’t what I’d call a premium brand but then again DDR3 1333 is entry level these days so not an issue for me.
If I was buying high performance RAM (1600+) I would check forums such as ocforums to see if people were having issues with it on the board I had as well as possibly even looking at the QVL. Do they qualify RAM at higher than JEDEC speeds on the QVL?

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