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20% off Selected Crucial RAM for next 3 days.
20% off Selected Crucial RAM for next 3 days.

20% off Selected Crucial RAM for next 3 days.

Some good deals.

(Direct from Crucial )

Examples :-

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 £29.75

Ballistix Sport LT Red 16GB DDR4-2400 UDIMM £48.95

(Discount applied at checkout)

Includes SSD drives, Quantity limits: 2 discounted DRAM modules per order; 1 discounted SSD per order.

- spannerzone

46 Comments

Gotta love Crucial memory, have some heat

Warranty based in Scotland as well, quick turnaround having used them in the past.

good find!
also 3% TCB/Quidco

always been a decent firm in the years I've used them

djfluff

Discount applied at checkout


Is there a discount code to add, as I went all the way through to payment page and no sign of discount? Or is discount applicable to just a small number of (slow moving) items? Thanks.

Discount applied at the checkout for selected RAM modules / SSD.

They haven't got my ram here....

Good deal, but still more expensive than some others with same specs.

Got 2x 256mb sdram stix here, paid 500 quid for 'em back in the day... any chance of an exchange???

typically is this a good deal for ram mentioned

SSD offer is £20 off a specific 1tb or 2tb drive, but still a good overall offer, heated!

Possible 3% Quidco or Topcashback although sale items aren't usually eligible it's worth a shot if you're not using any other click-through

Good deal! Heat added!

Crucial is good with warranty service too.
Got some problem with one stick of 8gb RAM with my iMac 5K recently.
It took them only 3 days to send brand new replacement stick after I post back my with prepaid postage from Crucial. What a great service! Thanks

stealth666

Got 2x 256mb sdram stix here, paid 500 quid for 'em back in the day... … Got 2x 256mb sdram stix here, paid 500 quid for 'em back in the day... any chance of an exchange???


Pah, I remember 2 x 4MB ram sticks were £80 a set, oh eye lad, when kids roamed free all day long, where 33.6kbps dial up was the ultimate thrill and soundblaster compatibility was a serious consideration to almost every aspect of computing

Very small selection, you'd be lucky to find what you're looking for. Shame as I was ready to get 16gb for my MBP

Voted hot - Just bought 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB) DDR3L-1600 SODIMM for £26.87 delivered

Nice one! Ordered some ddr4-2400 for a new build.

spannerzone

Pah, I remember 2 x 4MB ram sticks were £80 a set, oh eye lad, when kids … Pah, I remember 2 x 4MB ram sticks were £80 a set, oh eye lad, when kids roamed free all day long, where 33.6kbps dial up was the ultimate thrill and soundblaster compatibility was a serious consideration to almost every aspect of computing



​By gum lad, tha's nowt but a whippersnapper! I remember paying £50 for each 4Mb stick - I bought 4 of 'em for £200 second hand, and then I reckoned I got a bargain.

As for modems, 33.6kbps was only yesterday. Try going back to a 9.600 modem, and having to communicate with an 'ancient' 2.400 one. That was fun!

Aye, then we're days...

^^ where will it end!?

Awesome deal.

spannerzone

Gotta love Crucial memory, have some heat



Rather have a heat sink

Ahh no 32GB kits
Oh well, some good deals for other people though

Naith

​By gum lad, tha's nowt but a whippersnapper! I remember paying £50 for ea … ​By gum lad, tha's nowt but a whippersnapper! I remember paying £50 for each 4Mb stick - I bought 4 of 'em for £200 second hand, and then I reckoned I got a bargain.As for modems, 33.6kbps was only yesterday. Try going back to a 9.600 modem, and having to communicate with an 'ancient' 2.400 one. That was fun!Aye, then we're days...



Pah! That's bliss compared to what we 'ad. When I were a lad we had nothing but beef dripping for dinner, we used a wet piece of string and some cans as a phone line and would have to head out in the rain, having had only ten minutes sleep and use a bit of a tree and our family goat as a "stick of ram". Them weres the days...

Our first modem was 9.6k. Then 14.4 and then the shiny us robotics 56k v90 modem. We briefly had dual channel ISDnN too. Then we went up in the world as we trialled telewest 512k cable. I remember all my friends in awe downloading songs in minutes from Napster

Didn't even have the internet for my first computer in fact it had no networking capability either...

Naith

4Mb stick - I bought 4 of 'em for £200 second hand, and then I reckoned … 4Mb stick - I bought 4 of 'em for £200 second hand, and then I reckoned I got a bargain.As for modems, 33.6kbps was only yesterday. Try going back to a 9.600 modem, and having to communicate with an 'ancient' 2.400 one. That was fun!Aye, then we're days...



£85 for 4MB for my ancient Escom desktop back in the day and that was from a computer fair, so was cheaper than retail. Later, I paid £125 for an 8MB stick from some student, who even had a memory testing rig on a window sill in his kitchen. I felt as if I was buying from some minor drug dealer.

cor, I remember my first analogue computer, my abacus.... instant boot up, un-crashbable unless you tipped it to one side and only limited memory (beads) - cor blimey them was the days them was.

papasb

Pah! That's bliss compared to what we 'ad. When I were a lad we had … Pah! That's bliss compared to what we 'ad. When I were a lad we had nothing but beef dripping for dinner, we used a wet piece of string and some cans as a phone line and would have to head out in the rain, having had only ten minutes sleep and use a bit of a tree and our family goat as a "stick of ram". Them weres the days...


You think you 'ad i' 'ard? We could only dream abou' such fancies as string and rain and dinner and the like. We were so poor .. etc etc

Was looking for a cheap upgrade for my Microserver which has 1x4GB 1R x8 PC3L-12800E-11 stick of RAM.

The compatibility checker recommends 4GB DDR3-1866 ECC UDIMM which isn't on sale.

Would any of the 4GB sticks in this offer be a suitable alternative?

Naith

​By gum lad, tha's nowt but a whippersnapper! I remember paying £50 for ea … ​By gum lad, tha's nowt but a whippersnapper! I remember paying £50 for each 4Mb stick - I bought 4 of 'em for £200 second hand, and then I reckoned I got a bargain.



You kids today… don't know you're born!

I remember paying £50 for a 512KB RAM upgrade to my Amiga - that's Kilobtytes - half a megabyte!

The only difference it made was that on the PGA Golf game, there were now bird tweeting sound effects.

Banned

using ram from them and im not disappointed. price is hot

bought from them before. can confirm they use royal mail posting for 3-5 working days delivery.

Shame it's not an across the board discount. Nothing I'd want is discounted.

PeteW

You kids today… don't know you're born!I remember paying £50 for a 512KB R … You kids today… don't know you're born!I remember paying £50 for a 512KB RAM upgrade to my Amiga - that's Kilobtytes - half a megabyte!The only difference it made was that on the PGA Golf game, there were now bird tweeting sound effects.



Can't remember what I paid for my 16kb ram pack on my ZX81, which had to be pushed into the back of the computer and used to fall out usually when I was half way through something.

I cannot see any deal at all here, when the crucial ddr4 was at £31(amazon) for 2x8gb few months ago, people spat on it, lol

Ok deal if you're a PC owner but pointless if like me you own a Mac. Zero offers on any 8GB modules! Anyone who want extra RAM for a Mac should only be buying the 8GB sticks!

Had some trouble paying with my debit card, money was taken but no confirmation, so I did a live chat and they reckon a glitch was the cause and my money will be returned in 3-5 days! Not happy.

PeteW

Was looking for a cheap upgrade for my Microserver which has 1x4GB 1R x8 … Was looking for a cheap upgrade for my Microserver which has 1x4GB 1R x8 PC3L-12800E-11 stick of RAM.The compatibility checker recommends 4GB DDR3-1866 ECC UDIMM which isn't on sale.Would any of the 4GB sticks in this offer be a suitable alternative?



​The AMD based servers take non-ECC ram too. They may even allow mixing with existing ECC ram but you will need to google for confirmation since it has been a while since I bought ram for mine. I believe the G8 series is fussier.

Ballistix is quality RAM

Should make it clear it's only selected items in the OP headline.
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