PRE-ORDER: Kingston 4GB DDR2 800Mhz PC2-6400 / 240pin DIMM Memory Kit - £12.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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4GB!!!!!

This is available to pre-order:

Kingston KVR800D2N6K2/4G / 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800Mhz PC2-6400 / 240pin DIMM / Dual Channel Memory Kit

Due for release on 12/01/2009 at just £12.99!!!

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PLEASE NOTE: Use Crucial's System Scanner OR Memory Advisor tools to determine compatibility with your system or motherboard:
Crucial LINK: http://www.crucial.com/uk/

IF still in doubt, I'm sure somebody who knows will confirm it for you :-)

This is DESKTOP DDR2 memory (For Laptops/notebooks one requires Sodimm memory. One can still use the Crucial tools above to determine compatibile memory. Then do an appropriate search on Play.com, as they're usually the cheapest).
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#1
Datasheet here: http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/KVR800D2N6K2_4G.pdf :thinking:
Only CL6, but at this price still a bargain I think! :gift:
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#2
Direct link: http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/2161/1428/-/8582205/Kingston-KVR800D2N6K2-4G-4GB-DDR2-800Mhz-PC2-6400-240pin-DIMM-Dual-Channel-Memory-Kit/Product.html (won't automatically add it to your basket)

Thanks orciM, that's one amazing bargain :w00t:. Watch the heat on this skyrocket!

Heat & rep added :thumbsup:

Wish I needed some DDR2 RAM.
#3
1 Like #4
apples33;3848188

Yes, no problem at all :thumbsup:. Probably not for overclocking though if you're intending it for that purpose.
#5
Thanks crossbow :thumbsup: didn't intend to overclock so just ordered 8gb
#6
great deal pre orderd 2 thanks
#7
Super bargain tks.
#8
Great price - is it too good to be true? Have been looking for 4GB of quality DDR2 for my server PC for a while, and have jumped on this. The RAM spec isn't quite as good as it could be, as it is CL6, rather than the more common 5 or even 4, but this is unlikely to make one bit of difference in real life. I think it's likely to be a misprice, but if it comes good I'll be delighted. Heat and rep added.
#9
fingers crossed - fantastic! heat added
#10
No mention of CAS Latency - I assumed it would be CL5. Do you know for sure that it is CL6?
#11
Don't like the way when you click on goto deal on here(this deal only) it automatically adds it to your basket once you get to play that looks dodgy as hell.
#12
http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/KVR800D2N6K2_2G.pdf

If you look at the data sheet for the ram you can see that it is indeed CAS6.

But 4gig for Kingston Value ram for that price is a crazy deal. :thumbsup:
#13
dontasciime;3848379
Don't like the way when you click on goto deal on here(this deal only) it automatically adds it to your basket once you get to play that is dodgy as hell.
That's why I posted the non-add-to-basket link :thumbsup:

Have requested a mod to change it.
#14
KVR800D2N6K2 = CL6 and 1.8v :) Other sites mention a full timing of 6-6-6

A stonking price! heat added
#15
ordered 2 red hot deal
#16
Crossbow
That's why I posted the non-add-to-basket link :thumbsup:

Have requested a mod to change it.




sorry i missed where you said that
#17
What a deal. Well spotted! Heat and rep added! :-D (And ordered!) Thanks!
banned#18
So so cheap heat added
#19
This is a really good price. Play sometimes do this for pre-orders, hope they honour it, ordered 8gb. Should come in hand for my 64bit upgrade early next year.

CAS timings pay bigger benefits on AMD based setups, so not a major let down for me. If your going to overclock then you might get a little from it, saying that at this price you could afford to fry it!
#20
ordered, heat and rep added
#21
Hi

following link is to my system requirements for DDR2 ram

http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Precision%20Workstation%20T3400&pl=Precision%20WorkStation&cat=RAM

Please advice if this ram will fit in my DELL :santa:T3400
#22
Hello

Help please. :)

I have a Dell Dimension 5150 and I've run the scanner tool from Crucial to ascertain what's in my machine.

I have 4 slots (2 used with 512mb at the moment). It's suggests Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 2GB per slot.

The says - 240-pin DIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module. Is this compatible being 5300 required????

Will this work? Appreciate your guidance. :roll:
#23
talk2me;3848563
Hi
following link is to my system requirements for DDR2 ram
http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Precision%20Workstation%20T3400&pl=Precision%20WorkStation&cat=RAM
Please advice if this ram will fit in my DELL :santa:T3400
Yes, shoud do :thumbsup:
#24
Don't mean to sound like a thicko..

but....

have 2Gb of memory in my pc now..

if i wanted to add more memory...
how do i tell if this is compatible? :?
suspended#25
marnstars
Hello

Help please. :)

I have a Dell Dimension 5150 and I've run the scanner tool from Crucial to ascertain what's in my machine.

I have 4 slots (2 used with 512mb at the moment). It's suggests Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 2GB per slot.

The says - 240-pin DIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module. Is this compatible being 5300 required????

Will this work? Appreciate your guidance. :roll:


Yes it will, however the PC2-6400 will run at the slower speed of your motherboard. :thumbsup:
#26
marnstars
Hello

Help please. :)

I have a Dell Dimension 5150 and I've run the scanner tool from Crucial to ascertain what's in my machine.

I have 4 slots (2 used with 512mb at the moment). It's suggests Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 2GB per slot.

The says - 240-pin DIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module. Is this compatible being 5300 required????

Will this work? Appreciate your guidance. :roll:


Yeah this will be fine, go for it.
#27
snip snip,
1 Like #28
Kezzie;3848603
Don't mean to sound like a thicko..
but....
have 2Gb of memory in my pc now..
if i wanted to add more memory...
how do i tell if this is compatible? :?
Either use Crucial's free online scanner tool.....

Or, if you know the motherboard make & model, let us know this. Use SIW to figure this out if required.

Chrisdeal;3848622
If your machine can only handle PC2-5300 then sadly PC2-6400 won't work.
No, I can confirm the others are correct. Will work, but at lower spec.
#29
Kezzie
Don't mean to sound like a thicko..

but....

have 2Gb of memory in my pc now..

if i wanted to add more memory...
how do i tell if this is compatible? :?


Go here and run the scanner it should give you the Crucial memory product that will work in your PC. Write the numbers down of the memory the site recommends and then post them here. also take a note of how many slots you have inside the PC, 2 or 4.

http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner/
#30
Heat added, great find.

Read in Hexus.net that RAM prices are expected to rise next year as manufacturers are cutting back on production.

Also, don't forget Quidco or TopCashback, plus the RAC discount code.
#31
Crossbow
Either use Crucial's free online scanner tool.....

Or, if you know the motherboard make & model, let us know this. Use SIW to figure this out if required.

No, I can confirm the others are correct. Will work, but at lower spec.
This is what i got from the crucial scan.....

The following is a list of what our scan was able to detect:
System Manufacturer: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
System Model: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
Motherboard Manufacturer: N.A.
Motherboard Model: ALiveNF6G-DVI


:?
#32
Damn just installed 4gb today! Excuse to use that spare mobo though :roll:
#33
Kezzie;3848711
This is what i got from the crucial scan.....
Motherboard Model: ALiveNF6G-DVI
If it's indeed an Asrock ALIVENF6G-DVI, then shouldn't be a problem :thumbsup:
#34
Guys - thanks for advice. Ordered!

What is the 5300 versus 6400? Just a faster m/board? Effectively mine will run at 5300 when it arrives then.
:-D
#35
Crossbow
If it's indeed an Asrock ALIVENF6G-DVI, then shouldn't be a problem :thumbsup:


:thumbsup:and at the higher speed.
#36
Crossbow
If it's indeed an Asrock ALIVENF6G-DVI, then shouldn't be a problem :thumbsup:
Always run my comp with the side panel off...just had a look inside and that pic in your link is my mobo!! :-D
Thanks :thumbsup:
#37
#38
marnstars;3848785
Guys - thanks for advice. Ordered!

What is the 5300 versus 6400? Just a faster m/board? Effectively mine will run at 5300 when it arrives then.
:-D
Slightly faster yes, but I'm sure you won't notice it.

Some may need to change BIOS settings to get it running at 800Mhz speeds. Use CPU-Z > Memory tab (in Windows) to see the speed it's running at, amongst other things.

marnstars, unfortunately you won't be able to do this.

Chrisdeal;3848795
:thumbsup:and at the higher speed.
BIOS tweak may be required :thumbsup:
#39
BargainHunterNo1
Yes it will, however the PC2-6400 will run at the slower speed of your motherboard. :thumbsup:


Net Freak
Yeah this will be fine, go for it.


Chrisdeal
snip snip,


Crossbow
Either use Crucial's free online scanner tool.....

Or, if you know the motherboard make & model, let us know this. Use SIW to figure this out if required.

No, I can confirm the others are correct. Will work, but at lower spec.


Crossbow
Slightly faster yes, but I'm sure you won't notice it.

Some may need to change BIOS settings to get it running at 800Mhz speeds. Use CPU-Z > Memory tab (in Windows) to see the speed it's running at, amongst other things.

[COLOR="Red"]marnstars, unfortunately you won't be able to do this.[/COLOR]

BIOS tweak may be required :thumbsup:


Yeh - you're right, confused already!! Cheers again! :p
#40
If i was to order this when would they debit my account now or when it is dispatched in january

Thanx

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