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Kingston 1GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory £23.08 @ ebuyer (google discount)
Kingston 1GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory £23.08 @ ebuyer (google discount)

Kingston 1GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory £23.08 @ ebuyer (google discount)

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Was looking at good ways to spend the google discount before it expires, and found this bargain. £23.08 inc del and vat for a 1GB stick - suitable for the Intel Apple Macbook... which is the laptop I purchased it for.

Rememeber... you can use google discount more than once!

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Also consider crucial branded should stock availability be an issue... it's the same price.

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I took the plunge and bought the 2Gb Crucial kit for my Dell Inspiron 6000 which came to just over £40 including cheapest delivery option (in no rush) and £10 google checkout (last day). Same memory costs £56 from Crucial website.

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I could really do with some help here...I was thinking of purchasing Desktop RAM (namely Kingston 2GB KIT (2X1GB) DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 CL5 Non Ecc 1.8V from ebuyer.com) but I don't know if this RAM will be compatible with my Philips MT2400 desktop (which currently has 1024 MB DDR2 RAM). Is there a website I can visit which will tell me if this RAM will work with my PC? Thanks

As per a post I made earlier try Crucial's website ]crucial.com/uk and either choose their Scan Your System option or search their site. Worked well for me.

dja2007

As per a post I made earlier try Crucial's website ]www.crucial.com/uk … As per a post I made earlier try Crucial's website ]www.crucial.com/uk and either choose their Scan Your System option or search their site. Worked well for me.



great stuff...thanks. Told me exactly what I wanted to know...but I had just one other question...will be possible for me to run a scan from a particular website so that the make and model of my motherboard will be shown (as well as potential motherboard upgrades)? If so, can someone list said websites? Thanks

Otherwise, is there another way (apart from an online scan) to find out my motherboard make and model without tearing open my tower...and before anyone suggests it...no, i haven't got my PC info. manual! Btw, will upgrading my motherboard result in better performance and if so, what percentages r we talking, e.g. 10, 20 % improved performance.

Try downloading, unzipping and running a program called AIDA32 from ]http//ww…tml
It should give you at least a starting point re make and model. Sorry don't have an answer re %age performance improvements on a new motherboard. Hope this helps.

dja2007

Try downloading, unzipping and running a program called AIDA32 from … Try downloading, unzipping and running a program called AIDA32 from ]http://www.majorgeeks.com/download181.html It should give you at least a starting point re make and model. Sorry don't have an answer re %age performance improvements on a new motherboard. Hope this helps.



yes it does...thanks
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