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Crucial 1Gb PC2-5300 DDR2 desktop RAM - £13.74 (only £12.57 with 10% Quidco)
Crucial 1Gb PC2-5300 DDR2 desktop RAM - £13.74 (only £12.57 with 10% Quidco)

Crucial 1Gb PC2-5300 DDR2 desktop RAM - £13.74 (only £12.57 with 10% Quidco)

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CT12864AA667 / Module Size: 1GB / Package: 240-pin DIMM / Feature: DDR2 PC2-5300 / Specs: DDR2 PC2-5300 CL=5 Unbuffered NON-ECC DDR2-667 1.8V 128Meg x 64

Quidco 10% cashback: quidco.com/cru…uk/

FREE shipping: "Or, if you want your order to ship free of charge and don't mind waiting a little longer, choose Royal Mail Packet Post First Class" - from crucial.com/uk/…spx

Being arguably 'better' RAM (& if one uses Quidco), I feel this is better than DVD.co.uk's Kingston ValueRAM £14.98 deal posted recently (open to comments).

P.S. 2Gb (2x1Gb) KIT, costs £30.09 with Quidco: crucial.com/uk/…667

P.P.S. 2Gb (2x1Gb) KIT, costs £27.94 with Quidco: crucial.com/uk/…667
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Gone down in price - original price posted was £16.44 (excl Quidco)
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20/11/07 update: price now REDUCED to £13.74!
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Further 10% automatic discount on 21 & 22/11/07 only - see post by rasper121: hotukdeals.com/for…769
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I already have 4 X 256MB installed in my DELL PC - in the 4 slots available. If i remove 2 X 256 to locate the 2 X1GB, will leaving the 2 x 256mb make any diffence - better or worse. ie I'll have 2.5 GB

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][SIZE=1][COLOR=black]telboy[/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=1], first make sure your PC will take a single 1Gb module. Use their System Scanner tool (or do a manual search if it doesn't work).[/SIZE]

[SIZE=1]Secondly, if you have XP, going for 1Gb extra should be more than sufficient for a good boost (may not run in dual-channel, but it probably ]won't matter anyway). On the other hand, Vista will do nicely with 2-2.5Gb.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=1]If all you do on your PC is basic stuff: websurfing, basic photo-editing/word-processing, & similar - it probably won't help very much to add more memory (unless it's Vista maybe?). For a free boost lower performance settings, defrag your drive & do some disk-cleaning instead. [/SIZE]

Thanks for your helpful replies guys. I do a fair bit of photo editing, playing music at the same time, so I'll give it a go.

:? when did the chips get so small? I feel so off the ball!

What do you mean 'guys'? That's really my picture you know. ;-)

Whoops, sorry GDB2222. But i didn't mean 'guys' just in the male sense. Uhm..you don't have any more pictures do you?

telboy

Whoops, sorry GDB2222. But i didn't mean 'guys' just in the male sense. … Whoops, sorry GDB2222. But i didn't mean 'guys' just in the male sense. Uhm..you don't have any more pictures do you?


LOL! :w00t:

Damn, very good price, I'd definitely buy two of these if my motherboard supported DDR2.

The cheapest DDR 1GB memory is £35 :x

Hi all (boys AND girls lol;-) )

How do you know whether this memory is compatible with your PC?

My Dad is thnking about getting one, but we don't know if its for his computer or not.

Any help would be greatly appreciated :-D

Thanks everyone!

DJ

try the system scanner on their site

The GeIL deal I posted is only £5 more and PC2-6400 / CL4 / 800 Mhz instead.

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[SIZE=1]This has reduced again :-D![/SIZE]
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