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WANTED: 2GB RAM ASUS 4G SURF DDR2 PC2-5300?

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:22 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
Looking for 2GB of ram for my asus 4g surf. If you have some for sale or know where i can get some cheap that would be great. Thanks

I think it takes DDR2 PC2-5300, if anyone can confirm that would be most appreciated.
- Alphaom8ga

Needs to be a single 2GB stick.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:22 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
Apologies if I am wrong but I thought the surf wasn't upgradable because the memory is soldered to the board?
#2
morrk
Apologies if I am wrong but I thought the surf wasn't upgradable because the memory is soldered to the board?


really? I thought it was upgradeable?
#3
As I said I may be wrong in which case I am sorry. I am sure a surf expert will be along soon to advise one way or the other :)
#4
morrk
As I said I may be wrong in which case I am sorry. I am sure a surf expert will be along soon to advise one way or the other :)


Hopefully :)
#5
go check at crucial
#6
Just had a look and I think maybe it's only the 2G surf that is difficult to upgrade. Your 4G should be fine from what I can see.

Sorry for causing any panic :)
#7
casparwhite
go check at crucial


That was what they had listed for it but i can't check properly cause i don't have it yet. Thanks for your input. :thumbsup:
#8
morrk
Just had a look and I think maybe it's only the 2G surf that is difficult to upgrade. Your 4G should be fine from what I can see.

Sorry for causing any panic :)


Great, i thought so. No worries .Thankyou :thumbsup:
#9
how much at crucial out of interest?
#10
casparwhite
how much at crucial out of interest?


what 2GB of ram?
#11
yeah as i may have some next week, just bought 4gb of ps2-6400 for my new ar61s

and have 2sticks of pc2-5300 that im replacing available to offset the cost of my upgrade
#12
Oh right, nice. $25.99 + plus shipping?
http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?imodule=CT25664AC667
Oh that's the other thing i needed to mention, it has to be one stick i think. Will add to description now. Thanks for reminding me.
#13
Alphaom8ga


thats the american site?

mine just cost me 36.78 delivered
#14
casparwhite
thats the american site?

mine just cost me 36.78 delivered


Oh yes, english here: http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/partspecs.aspx?imodule=CT25664AC667

£20.69 inc vat. Found it a bit cheaper on ebay aswell. £17 something. Maybe i should stop being tight and just buy one of ebay. :oops:
#15
Assuming it's compatible, only £14.99 off Play :thumbsup:

Kingston is the same price.

Edit:£13.99 @ 7DayShop
#16
Crossbow
Assuming it's compatible, only £14.99 off Play :thumbsup:

Kingston is the same price.

Edit:£13.99 @ 7DayShop


Great, thanks very much for that crossbow. I'll leave this up for another day or two and if no luck i'll be heading them ways.
#17
damn could of saved 8 quid if id got that stuff from 7day

the other 2 aint 800mhz
#18
My pleasure Alphaom8ga :)

casparwhite;4310191
....the other 2 aint 800mhz
Makes little to no difference in reality :thumbsup:

Moreover, if the motherboard chipset supports up to 667Mhz, then even if you install 1200Mhz RAM, it'll still run at only 667Mhz (unless overclocked that is).
#19
Crossbow
My pleasure Alphaom8ga :)

Makes little to no difference in reality :thumbsup:

Moreover, if the motherboard chipset supports up to 667Mhz, then even if you install 1200Mhz RAM, it'll still run at only 667Mhz (unless overclocked that is).


Great, that's answered my next question. :) One other thing if you don't mind, which one in your opinion is the best quality and has best performance or is there not much in it?
#20
Crossbow
My pleasure Alphaom8ga :)

Makes little to no difference in reality :thumbsup:

Moreover, if the motherboard chipset supports up to 667Mhz, then even if you install 1200Mhz RAM, it'll still run at only 667Mhz (unless overclocked that is).


well ive got an 800mhz chip set so thought id utilize it
1 Like #21
I'd say not much in it for its purpose.

If this was for a high-end PC which was going to be overclocked, etc, then I'd suggest 'premium' RAM with good CAS latencies, etc - you get the drift.

casparwhite;4310293
well ive got an 800mhz chip set so thought id utilize it
In that case you could sell it & buy the 800Mhz stuff. But I guess it wouldn't be worth the hassle & loss you might take.
1 Like #22
Crossbow
I'd say not much in it for its purpose.

If this was for a high-end PC which was going to be overclocked, etc, then I'd suggest 'premium' RAM with good CAS latencies, etc - you get the drift.

In that case you could sell it & buy the 800Mhz stuff. But I guess it wouldn't be worth the hassle & loss you might take.


i bought 800mhz stuff but i paid 36 quid from crucial arrived today

shame my laptop hasnt yet
#23
Thanks everyone for your help, rep added. I'm off to play.com.

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