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2x1gb Hynix DDR2 667mhz and 2x512mb mhz for sale. £18.00

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have 2 x 1gb sticks of DDR2 for sale.

£18 delivered for the 2.

Also 2 x 512mb sticks.

£9 delivered.

All sticks are from the same company (Hynix) and are 667mhz.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Ok just seen how much ram has dropped over the months. Now £15 for the 2 x 1gb sticks.

Gonna keep the smaller 512mb sticks incase of emergency, so only the 1gb sticks are for sale.
#2
Offers? First bump. :)
#3
I'm after 2x1GB sticks for my ASUS P5S800-VM and these look a little over the speed limitation of the motherboard (it's 400 MHz according to Crucial scan). I can't say for sure these will get underclocked but have you used these in similar conditions?

EDIT: I see they're PC3200 (the ones already in the motherboard), hmm...I guess it wouldn't work. :(
#4
tsimehC
I'm after 2x1GB sticks for my ASUS P5S800-VM and these look a little over the speed limitation of the motherboard (it's 400 MHz according to Crucial scan). I can't say for sure these will get underclocked but have you used these in similar conditions?

EDIT: I see they're PC3200 (the ones already in the motherboard), hmm...I guess it wouldn't work. :(


They are backwards compatible :)

Would have been interested but I don't have the money spare:-D

Free bump
#5
In that case I'll offer £14 and no more. :)

(These work right?)
#6
Lost Symphonies
They are backwards compatible :)


PC3200 = DDR, does it not? In which case the ram on sale here won't be compatible.
#7
tsimehC
In that case I'll offer £14 and no more. :)

(These work right?)


your after ddr 1, this stuff is ddr2.

tim
#8
Forgot about this thread.

Bump.
#9
laptop or desktop?
#10
Desktop mate.
#11
would you have any use for a pc2/6400 512 ecc...trade for one of your 512?
#12
No use mate, sorry.

Could sell you a 1gb stick for £8..
#13
Yo, these any good?
I need some RAM, whats the best you can do them for?
I just built a small tower, currently has like 512mb of DDR 2 553Mhz, not sure what speed it is, but im thinknig it could be this stuff.
or I could dig you out ome Gamecube stuff like you wanted the other day for it:thumbsup:

Mike..

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