Crucial 2GB kit (1GBx2) DDR2-667 PC2-5300 CL=5 - £34.17 Delivered (after Google) @ Ebuyer
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Crucial 2GB kit (1GBx2) DDR2-667 PC2-5300 CL=5 - £34.17 Delivered (after Google) @ Ebuyer

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Found 11th Jun 2007
Anyone Still Needing RAM?, LOL

Memory Type DRAM
Technology - DDR II SDRAM
Form Factor - DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed - 667 MHz ( PC2-5300 )
CAS Latency - CL5
Data Integrity Check - Non-ECC
RAM Features - Unbuffered
Module Configuration - 128 x 64
Supply Voltage - 1.8 V

Manufacturer Warranty - Limited lifetime warranty

26 Comments

Original Poster

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Why is this cold?

get in there quick before google checkout expires!!!!

I just bought 2 kingston sets yesterday (4gb in total) and they were a few pennies more. Not the greatest RAM if you are into heavily overclocking you PC but then if you are you know this anyway! But for the price is a bargain

I'm spending far more than I should...the sooner GC expires the happier the missus will be.
Got some for the Dell e520 - shame not to at this price & no p&p

aztech

I'm spending far more than I should...the sooner GC expires the happier … I'm spending far more than I should...the sooner GC expires the happier the missus will be



Know that feeling.... just checked my GC Account... and OMG... HOW MUCH HAVE I SPENT? :whistling:

Just typical, I ordered the Kingston memory this morning for £37.61 as you have to pay delivery. Should I cancel and go for the Crucial offer?

Tis too late for me, my card has apparently bene debited! I have never had crucial memory before but I have used kingston before (I currently have a 1gb kingston stick i bought from a thread on here a few months ago) and it really solid. Ran memtest on it and it passed all with flying colours. In my opinion for the sake of a few quid its not worth it

Both are good brands and it looks like the specs are identical. But up to you really. It is annoying because I swear these crucial ones weren't available yesterday when I ordered the Kingston as the Kingston sticks were the cheapest by about a £10 margin of any that were in stock. BUMMER

McSteve, just noticed you live in gosport. I live in Stubbington lol. Do you ever visit Novatech? Its a shame they aren't taking part in googlecheckout

autolesbona

Tis too late for me, my card has apparently bene debited! I have never … Tis too late for me, my card has apparently bene debited! I have never had crucial memory before but I have used kingston before (I currently have a 1gb kingston stick i bought from a thread on here a few months ago) and it really solid. Ran memtest on it and it passed all with flying colours. In my opinion for the sake of a few quid its not worth it Both are good brands and it looks like the specs are identical. But up to you really. It is annoying because I swear these crucial ones weren't available yesterday when I ordered the Kingston as the Kingston sticks were the cheapest by about a £10 margin of any that were in stock. BUMMER



Cheers for the advice, I thought there wasnt much between them. This crucial offer wasnt even there this morning I believe. It was offer of the day on Saturday but I dithered and missed it then.

autolesbona

McSteve, just noticed you live in gosport. I live in Stubbington lol. Do … McSteve, just noticed you live in gosport. I live in Stubbington lol. Do you ever visit Novatech? Its a shame they aren't taking part in googlecheckout



Novatech is a decent alternative to other online retailers especially if you need it quick. Useful to go and pick it so no delivery charges and their prices are close to most other stores. They do occasionally have really good special offers as well.

Hi,

Can someone please confirm that this memory works in a Dell E520 as I am very interested in purchasing it. Thanks

^ it should work in the E520 (hope it does cos thats what i'm intending it for)

Try ]http//ww…om/
to check your system

I have a Packard Bell iMedia 2569 which is not listed at all on the Crucial site. I think it is supposed to have (for other searches I have done) 667 type memory. The 2 512MB sticks in there now say they are PC2-4200U 533. Does this mean I am ordering the wrong ones here or could both types work in this box?

Please advise, thanks.

I ordered a pair for myself, going to test it on my Dell E520.
Voted hot!! Thanks

Just had a look on the Crucial site and this memory isnt listed as compatible with a Dell E520 but does look as though it would work ok.

Looking up the Kingston kit KVR667D2N5K2/2G which I have ordered, the Dimension 520 is not in the compatible list so maybe I have ordered incorrectly. As these crucial ones dont appear on their compatibility list either it might be worth a trawl through the humungous dimension post to see if people have used either.

I've downloaded the crucial system scanner and it seems to have confirmed that this RAM is compatible with the Dell E520 (that's what I've got). I'm going for it

139 in stock when I ordered at 5pm

if your motherboard accepts ddr2 then I would expect this to work fine.

:Gloat face on: I built my own PC so I know exactly what hardware will and wont work on my machine

RockstarRob

Just had a look on the Crucial site and this memory isnt listed as … Just had a look on the Crucial site and this memory isnt listed as compatible with a Dell E520 but does look as though it would work ok.



RockstarRob, I can confirm that this memory works fine in the E520...I installed the kit 2 weeks ago giving me 3GB in total using XP Home.

Thanks mate I will order it now :thumbsup:

you can get the ebuyer 2gb for £32.57 delivered!!

Its now £34 delivered, gone down 0.17p :P

Hi, As far as i'm aware these are compatible with an E520. Excellent price with £10.00 Google Checkout and free delivery. Well done eBuyer.

Voted hot.

will this work with a new macbook??

laptops take so-dimm ram the SO bit is the defining bit you need to look out for
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