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6GB (3x2GB) Corsair XMS3, DDR3 (1600) £52.79 i7 Tri channel @ Scan today only!
6GB (3x2GB) Corsair XMS3, DDR3 (1600) £52.79 i7 Tri channel @ Scan today only!

6GB (3x2GB) Corsair XMS3, DDR3 (1600) £52.79 i7 Tri channel @ Scan today only!

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Was £59.99 last week on scan today only, and if that were not cheap enough, its dropped even further. Quality ram at a very good price.

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Wow!! What a fantastic price!! Voted HOT!!!

(what is it)?


makersley

Wow!! What a fantastic price!! Voted HOT!!!(what is it)?


You don't know what Ram is?

http://gallery.filmgrain.com/albums/Travel/Australia/Perth%202008/normal__X3W0306_big_ram_wagin.jpg

looks good shame not ready to get some for few months......
is this good
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Bah ram ewe. Looks like a great deal

will it work in my zx spectrum?


phantomx

will it work in my zx spectrum?



no, the speccy is only dual channel... old tech

dammmmm! curse my ddr2!!!

Only thing I would say is looking at it, it is 1.65v Ram (I was planning on buying it but that turned me off)

I would get 1.5v ram, you can find it for round about the same price.

XMS3 can be run at 1.5v


mumjit

XMS3 can be run at 1.5v


But then using that logic would it still not be best to get a native 1.5v DIMM which could then be run at 1.35v?

Anthonyuk

But then using that logic would it still not be best to get a native 1.5v … But then using that logic would it still not be best to get a native 1.5v DIMM which could then be run at 1.35v?


You can even buy RAM that is rated at 1.35V @ 1600 and try running that at a lower voltage. Here’s one example - OCZ.
It’s the law of diminishing returns though and you might have trouble finding motherboards that will allow you to run lower than 1.35V or even 1.5V in some cases.

Danger.. danger.., high voltage.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 12th Mar 2011

Good price for them, but I only have two slots left. Will need to find 4GB modules instead. Heat added as I paid about £50 for two of these 8 months ago.
Edited by: "desertstorm777" 12th Mar 2011


Anthonyuk

But then using that logic would it still not be best to get a native 1.5v … But then using that logic would it still not be best to get a native 1.5v DIMM which could then be run at 1.35v?



whats the significance of lower voltage?


Meathotukdeals

whats the significance of lower voltage?


Lower running temps, less draw on the PSU, better for the CPU longetivity, and more overclockability.

Saw the pic and thought they were Nespresso capsules, doh!

Huh thanks Anthony, learn something new everyday.
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