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Crucial 4GB Ballistix RAM £37.99, £40.57 with Super Saver Del @ ebuyer
Crucial 4GB Ballistix RAM £37.99, £40.57 with Super Saver Del @ ebuyer

Crucial 4GB Ballistix RAM £37.99, £40.57 with Super Saver Del @ ebuyer

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Recieved this deal through email today, thought it was a pretty good price for a high spec.

Some excellent RAM for people looking to upgrade or speed up their computer. Plenty in stock and with some excellent latency timings!

Free delivery over £50

Crucial Ballistix - memory - 4 GB ( 2 x 2 GB ) - DIMM 240-pin - DDR2
Storage Capacity 4 GB ( 2 x 2 GB )
Technology DDR II SDRAM
DIMM 240-pin
800 MHz ( PC2-6400 )
Data Integrity Check Non-ECC
Latency Timings CL4 ( 4-4-4-12 )
Unbuffered
Supply Voltage 2 V
Manufacturer Warranty Limited lifetime warranty

14 Comments

That looks pretty hot. I just can't be bothered going through ebuyer's verification process though...send in utility bill etc...

posted already today.
good price £17 cheaper than crucial themselves.
On a par with other stuff ( corsair ,ocz) on sale price wise, but this has much better timings ( 4-4-4-12)

Is this not fairly well known to get rma'd a lot nowadays?

Back on offer again aye? Grabed mine for £35 when it was on special at ebuyer last time, mine are going strong at 1000mhz 5-5-5-12 latency @ 1.97v, havent pushed or lowered cas yet so could be better already :).

Voted hot as these are normall great overclockers(hopefully another good batch).

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sorry if this was posted before, I didn't see the other one! Plus its the second deal that I have posted so please correct me if I have done anything wrong. Thanks folks!

Hanamann;4272275

sorry if this was posted before, I didn't see the other one! Plus its the … sorry if this was posted before, I didn't see the other one! Plus its the second deal that I have posted so please correct me if I have done anything wrong. Thanks folks!

Don't worry that was quite some time ago, so you did well :thumbsup:

DireEmblem

Is this not fairly well known to get rma'd a lot nowadays?



The memory comes with lifetime warranty & Crucial is good with RMAs so I wouldn't worry too much

Hudson92

Voted hot as these are normall great overclockers(hopefully another good … Voted hot as these are normall great overclockers(hopefully another good batch).

Yep, some of the best :thumbsup:

Hudson92;4272245

Voted hot as these are normall great overclockers(hopefully another good … Voted hot as these are normall great overclockers(hopefully another good batch).


very good chance since crucial is a daughter company of micron. so not only are you guaranteed to get micron chips but you'll get a good batch as well.

Imo it's misleading to use the word lifetime when its a severely limited 5 years. Turn around times are excellent on RMA, but sending them back Special Delivery each time is not so hot.

Klyken;4273830

Imo it's misleading to use the word lifetime when its a severely limited … Imo it's misleading to use the word lifetime when its a severely limited 5 years. Turn around times are excellent on RMA, but sending them back Special Delivery each time is not so hot.

Yeah, I suppose you're right in a way.

But the users who're RMA'ing them the most are those that are taking them too far - usually by over-volting more than it's safe/necessary. They have to accept some of the responsibilty for it, & not solely blame Crucial for all the RMA inconvenience & added expense if they go faulty.

Its not 5 years, its 10 years iirc due to some european law which is why in america "lifetime warranty" means just that not some 10years but it depends how a manufactor looks at it, the life of the selling product etc.

Thinking about it again, who'll be using these in 5-10 years time anyway? Only a handful at most.

Hudson92, it does appear to be 5 years actually - from ]here:

....Any claim must be made within five (5) years from the original date … ....Any claim must be made within five (5) years from the original date of shipment,....

Crossbow;4274727

Thinking about it again, who'll be using these in 5-10 years time anyway? … Thinking about it again, who'll be using these in 5-10 years time anyway? Only a handful at most.[/URL]:

you haven't been in a public school or college lately have you?

if only motherboards and lcd screens came with such warranties. then again, manufacturers know ram is simple enough to last much longer than other pc components

semo;4276348

you haven't been in a public school or college lately have you?

Ballistix RAM in a public school/college PC - that's got to be a first, hasn't it?! I would think they'd continue to use the standard RAM that shipped with their pre-built systems :thumbsup:
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