PNY-PC5300-2GB-667MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory £14.99 @PLAY - HotUKDeals
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excellent deal on laptop ram!!!
I just purchased 4gb for under £30 :):)
Quidco 60p

Others available too for same price such as pc2 6400 and 800mhz ram. Just do a quick search on play
This is also apparently £2 cheaper than last time it was posted(edit)

Specifications

Memory Size: 2GB
Memory Type: PC5300 DDR2
Memory Speed: 667MHz
Form Factor: 200pin for Laptop Computers
Compatible With:
DDR2 PC2-4300 (533 MHz Bus Speed)
DDR2 PC2-5300 (667 MHz Bus Speed)
10 Year Warranty
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#1
posted before thats why its cold.
#2
to be honest, always nice to have a reminder by someone re-posting.
#3
the PC6400 is the same price, good spot!
#4
Beat me to it! Perfect for our Dell Mini 9's!
banned#5
courtster
Beat me to it! Perfect for our Dell Mini 9's!


dude do we get the 200 pin or 240pin one? I'm sooooo tempted to buy the PC6400 one....
#6
imranmaz
dude do we get the 200 pin or 240pin one? I'm sooooo tempted to buy the PC6400 one....


200 pin SODIMM
#7
Perfect price for my new HTPC I'm building that needs SO-DIMMs. Voted HOT
#8
Hot, been looking for this type, must be very popular as go in and out of stock like a yo yo
#9
Even though it may be nice getting a reminder, that isn't really a valid reason for posting a deal already been posted.Imagine everyone decided to post out deals again, just as a reminder...
#10
Would it work with an Asus EEE 900? What about the PC6400?
Thanx!
#11
I have an early 2008 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook that currently has 1GB of 667MHz DDR2 RAM in it, but I think that it can take RAM up to 800MHz, but am not sure. Could anyone help me in finding out and tell me whether I should buy 2 x 2GB PC5300 sticks or 2 x 2GB PC6400 sticks to make my system feel much nippier? Cheers.
#12
normally u can out the faster stuff in and it will jus default to slower settings.... normally not done as waste of money but personally have put 667 in slower sysetms coz i had it laying around....
if you wanted to get technical you could read the manual?
#13
I have an early 2008 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook that currently has 1GB of 667MHz DDR2 RAM in it, but I think that it can take RAM up to 800MHz, but am not sure. Could anyone help me in finding out and tell me whether I should buy 2 x 2GB PC5300 sticks or 2 x 2GB PC6400 sticks to make my system feel much nippier? Cheers.


Just go to Kingston or Crucial www sites and use their memory finder utilities online and then you will find the spec of the ram you require, or just buy it from either of those sites if the price is right, there are UK versions of those two sites.
#14
HacKage
Even though it may be nice getting a reminder, that isn't really a valid reason for posting a deal already been posted.Imagine everyone decided to post out deals again, just as a reminder...


Fair enough but I never seen this deal last time or I would have purchased it then. Am also guessin a lot of other people missed this too or it wouldn't have been voted hot. I had a quick check to see if this had been posted and couldn't see it.
#15
Just ordered 2 x 2GB for my Acer Aspire laptop, cheers :thumbsup:
#16
i ordered one at the weekend for my dell mini. i'll be able to stick the 1gig i take out of that into my main laptop, replacing a 500mb stick, so it'll give me 3gig instead of 2.5gig, so double upgrade for £15. the last 2gig stick i got for the main laptop was about £25 from play (play value ram) with a £2 voucher. i've been waiting a while for the price to drop a bit to get a second stick for the laptop, but i didn't expect the price to drop so much. 3gig will be fine as you can only use about 3.35gig or so with 32bit xp, so no need to spend another £15 on a second stick for a tiny increase in memory, especially whilt things are working now

what i am after is a good price on a 16gig SDHC card that works in the dell mini, i'm not up with memory cards so i'm not sure what's good or not. i saw a 6 rated card for £21. it's handy as storage, but i'd really like to be able to boot up from it
#17
Am I right in assuming that there would be little to no point upgrading 667Mhz to 800Mhz as the performance increase would be unnoticeable?? I have 4gig (2*2gig) in my Aspire 6920G but they are 667MHz, for 30 quid I could have 4gig @ 800Mhz but not gonna bother if im basically throwing money down the drain.

(also I am aware 32 bit windows will only identify approx 3 gig anyway).
#18
chelmsfordman
Am I right in assuming that there would be little to no point upgrading 667Mhz to 800Mhz as the performance increase would be unnoticeable?? I have 4gig (2*2gig) in my Aspire 6920G but they are 667MHz, for 30 quid I could have 4gig @ 800Mhz but not gonna bother if im basically throwing money down the drain.

(also I am aware 32 bit windows will only identify approx 3 gig anyway).

I don't belive £30 for this would be worth it. I'd spend my money on something else if i was you. :)
Oh and yeah it's something like 3.5gb
#19
Not sure why this is being voted hot considering the 800mhz RAM is the same price?...Change the details OP!



chelmsfordman
Am I right in assuming that there would be little to no point upgrading 667Mhz to 800Mhz as the performance increase would be unnoticeable?? I have 4gig (2*2gig) in my Aspire 6920G but they are 667MHz, for 30 quid I could have 4gig @ 800Mhz but not gonna bother if im basically throwing money down the drain.

(also I am aware 32 bit windows will only identify approx 3 gig anyway).



No point whatsoever if your CPU only runs at 667 (which it will or you'd already have 800 RAM) :thumbsup:

32bit usually recognises ~ 3.5Gb
#20
Will this work in my samsung NC10?
#21
[QUOTE=Rob_B]Not sure why this is being voted hot considering the 800mhz RAM is the same price?...Change the details OP!




Here's a crazy idea why folk are voting this hot ! Maybe it's because the laptop they own only supports up to 667mhz I wasn't looking for 800mhz ram so i didn't post 800mhz ram. Why don't you post it???
I ain't sure if you can buy 800mhz and it'll run at slower speed but i wasn't risking buying ram that won't work.
#22
drtesseract
Will this work in my samsung NC10?


Best to go to the crucial website here's lyhe ink use memory advisor tool
http://www.crucial.com/uk/?gclid=CMbrxebMoZcCFU4g3godelapDA
#23
can anyone advise whether the following would work in a samsung nc10:

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748690/PNY-PC6400-2GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html

PNY PC6400 / 2GB / 800MHz / DDR2 / 200pin SoDIMM Laptop Memory

for the same price as the one mentioned by the OP. :thumbsup:
#24
Will one of these consume less power than 2 x 1GB?
#25
Does anyone know if this memory will work with the acer aspire one??
#26
zja10
can anyone advise whether the following would work in a samsung nc10:

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748690/PNY-PC6400-2GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html

PNY PC6400 / 2GB / 800MHz / DDR2 / 200pin SoDIMM Laptop Memory

for the same price as the one mentioned by the OP. :thumbsup:


Well I've just ordered a stick yesterday for my NC10 so should work...hopefully :-D
#27
Just ordered PC6400 for my Dell Vostro 1400. Gonna fleabay the 2gb in my laptop.

Thanks OP for the deal. Ignore others on here. I couldn't find the deal already posted!

Heated!
#28
danielsbrewer
Does anyone know if this memory will work with the acer aspire one??


Physically it will fit but it won't work. Apparently the BIOS has been limited to only recognise a maximum of 1Gb in the only available slot.

For more about upgrading ram or storage on the AOne then read my post here...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showpost.php?p=3592476&postcount=39

:stocking:
#29
Great deal, I'm still waiting for SODIMM DDR3 to come down in price though :(.
#30
Found the others pretty easily but you do have to search for PNY. But its £17.99 and not this price.

PC5300
#31
Nice, just ordered one for my Toshiba Satellite A200-1AI. Heat and rep given.
#32
pratikvats
I have an early 2008 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook that currently has 1GB of 667MHz DDR2 RAM in it, but I think that it can take RAM up to 800MHz, but am not sure. Could anyone help me in finding out and tell me whether I should buy 2 x 2GB PC5300 sticks or 2 x 2GB PC6400 sticks to make my system feel much nippier? Cheers.


Check out the Apple website here: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1651
Early 2008 MacBooks can take a maximum of 667Mhz memory and a max of 2x1Gb sticks.
#33
cartman1982
Here's a crazy idea why folk are voting this hot ! Maybe it's because the laptop they own only supports up to 667mhz I wasn't looking for 800mhz ram so i didn't post 800mhz ram. Why don't you post it???
I ain't sure if you can buy 800mhz and it'll run at slower speed but i wasn't risking buying ram that won't work.


It'll work, do some research :whistling:
Edit your title & post to include both 667/800 versions & you'll get more heat, I'll let you take the credit :thumbsup:

2Gb PC6400 DDR2 SODIMM £14.99 - http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748690/PNY-PC6400-2GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html

Play.com
Memory Size: 2GB
Memory Type: PC6400 DDR2
Memory Speed: 800MHz
Form Factor: 200pin for Laptop Computers
Compatible With:
DDR2 PC2-4300 (533 MHz Bus Speed)
DDR2 PC2-5300 (667 MHz Bus Speed)
DDR2 PC2-6400 (800 MHz Bus Speed)

10 Year Warranty
#34
Just ordered 2 x 2Gb 800Mhz sticks for my XPS M1730.. Heat and rep added
#35
Hi guys my laptop takes DDR2 PC2-5300 memory.....is there any difference in performance in using memory what is specifically DDR2 PC2-5300, or DDR2 PC2-6400, which is compatible with DDR2 PC2-5300, what would you recommend? Ta
1 Like #36
united4eva
Hi guys my laptop takes DDR2 PC2-5300 memory.....is there any difference in performance in using memory what is specifically DDR2 PC2-5300, or DDR2 PC2-6400, which is compatible with DDR2 PC2-5300, what would you recommend? Ta


PC6400 will work fine, there will be 0 difference as your system will only run at it's rated speed, the pc6400 will just 'slow-down' to match what your system asks it to do.
#37
Ta mate :) ordered
#38
- £12.99.
#39
Voted hot!
#40
Just voted hot at £12.99 price.

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