PNY PC9384 / 2GB / 1173MHz / DDR2 / 240pin DIMM / XLR8 Overclocked Desktop Memory Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Designed especially for hardcore gamers and enthusiasts, PNY's XLR8 OC range provides exceptional gaming experience.

Memory Size: 2GB
Memory Type: PC9384 DDR2
Memory Speed: 1173MHz
Form Factor: JEDEC-Standard for broad DDR2 motherboard compatibility
Double-sided with sixteen 64x8 DRAM Chips
Custom design, black finned aluminum heat sink with excelent thermal characteristics
Nvidia SLI Certified
EEPP enabled
Qualified Speed (bandwidth) PC2-9384
Qualified Speed (MHz) 1173MHz
Qualified Latencies 5-5-5-15
Qualified Voltage 2,2 volts
10 Year Warranty
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#1
The 800MHz stuff is about £22. 8GB of fast RAM, or 2GB of only-slightly-faster RAM - cold, I'd say.
#2
Bit expensive seeing as you could at most have 4GB of this in your machine. Id rather have 8GB of highly overclockable RAM going at around the same speed as this instead for less £££.
#3
Cackles
Bit expensive seeing as you could at most have 4GB of this in your machine. Id rather have 8GB of highly overclockable RAM going at around the same speed as this instead for less £££.


Um dont 32 bit versions of windows only support up 3.5 GB and most games wont run on 64 bit windows so 8GB of overclocked ram wouldnt be much good for playing games which is who this memory is aimed at? if thats wrong pls tell me so i can get 64bit windows and whack in another 4 gb ram and play my games also....:thumbsup:
#4
dxx
The 800MHz stuff is about £22. 8GB of fast RAM, or 2GB of only-slightly-faster RAM - cold, I'd say.


373 mhz - more than slightly faster - nearly 50% in fact!:thumbsup:
#5
RiKx
373 mhz - more than slightly faster - nearly 50% in fact!:thumbsup:


Yeah, but not when it comes to real-world performance. There's a DDR2 vs DDR3 benchmark kicking around t'interweb that tests this speed of memory against the 800MHz stuff, and gaming performance rises by only about 1-2%. You're better buying two 800MHz modules and putting them in dual channel.

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