Geil Pc 6400 Ddr 2 800mhz 2gb Dual Channel Kit - £20. - HotUKDeals
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Geil Pc 6400 Ddr 2 800mhz 2gb Dual Channel Kit - £20.00.

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hey.

This is all thats left of my gaming Pc to sell now, bought earlier this year, it's 2x1gb matched pair dual channel ram, 800mhz made by Geil, both sticks have heatspreaders on them, would send first class recorded delivery.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Hi, is this the 'geil ultra' ram? the one with the orange heatspreaders on?
what is the coding on the label (GX22GB6400UDC)? need to make sure it the same as what i already have.
can you post pics? do you have any feedback elsewhere?
as you are new here, are you prepared to post first?
i offer £15 delivered pending answers to above questions being satisfactory.

thanks :thumbsup:
#2
I can offer £12.50 inc for these too... it doesnt matter to me which ram this is.
#3
homerian
Hi, is this the 'geil ultra' ram? the one with the orange heatspreaders on?
what is the coding on the label (GX22GB6400UDC)? need to make sure it the same as what i already have.
can you post pics? do you have any feedback elsewhere?
as you are new here, are you prepared to post first?
i offer £15 delivered pending answers to above questions being satisfactory.

thanks :thumbsup:


No it's not the ultra ram, just normal stuff with silver heatspreaders.

And sorry Xtremegamer thats far too low as it would cost around £3 to post recorded delivery, and Cex offer more than that.
#4
ok. thanks anyway :thumbsup:
#5
HevHev
No it's not the ultra ram, just normal stuff with silver heatspreaders.

And sorry Xtremegamer thats far too low as it would cost around £3 to post recorded delivery, and Cex offer more than that.


it costs £1.30 to post these using recorded delivery and they are insured up to £32

considering urs is basic stuff and this is: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-058-GL
#6
That ram you linked to would be £35 with delivery though, and are you sure about the recorded price? I sent an incredibly light item yesterday and it cost more than £3, and I mean it was really light to hold.
#7
XTREMEGAMER
it costs £1.30 to post these using recorded delivery and they are insured up to £32


Dont forget the cost of packaging as well. plus the possible cost of bus fare to the local post office or any other expenses incurred in posting the item off.
some people forget that it isnt just the cost of stamps that is involved in the sending of items through the post. :x
#8
I sent some ram off yesterday to Cex aswell as an old Cpu, now you know how light both of them are, and that cost more than £2 so I would presume two sticks of ram with heatspreaders on will weigh more so maybe cost more to send aswell.
#9
I'll offer £15 delivered. Do you have feedback elsewhere?
#10
Hey.

I still think £15 is a little bit low, I would accept £17 but any less then I may aswell send it to Cex with some other old items so I can combine the postage.

Feedback on ebay, 4hev.
#11
I will leave it then. £15 is the highest i will pay.
#12
I'm going to close this and send them to Cex, thanks for looking though.
#13
£16? :)

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