Kingston 1GB DRR3 1333MHz Laptop Memory - £4.99 Delivered @ Box
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Kingston 1GB DRR3 1333MHz Laptop Memory - £4.99 Delivered @ Box

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Found 11th May 2011Made hot 12th May 2011
Kingston 1GB DRR3 1333MHz Laptop Memory for only £4.99. The item page title says free delivery so sounds like a bargain to me!

" Non-ECC, 204pin SODIMM Memory Module, KVR1333D3S9/1G, Brand New OEM Static Bag "

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this should get really hot.

agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely be windows 7 and have just 2 slots so I'd be surprised if many people would actually buy this, windows 7 eats up 4GB ram with ease!

The same shop do a 4GB module for £33.60, thats where my money would be at if I needed more ram

Great for netbooks to bring it up to 2GB.

will this go in a dell mini 9

I'm pretty sure the Dell mini 9 is DDR 2 not DDR3
crucial.com/uk/…ini appears to confirm that

ordered

if only it was 4gb deal I would be all over that!

martmitch

agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely … agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely be windows 7 and have just 2 slots so I'd be surprised if many people would actually buy this, windows 7 eats up 4GB ram with ease!



Im only using 2GB and my laptop runs perfectly and its 6 years old now!

THought about buying and stocking it just encase I or someone needs it in the future at that price! HOT

does anyone know if it would work with the Pakard Bell Dot S?

good spot. anyone know if this will work in a samsung nc10?

might get the 4gb for my acer asipre 7740g laptop

34 each for 4gb sticks

not bad as crucial wanted 80
Edited by: "jazferbetay" 12th May 2011

lbrady777

good spot. anyone know if this will work in a samsung nc10?



my nc130 only has one ram slot, so you have to remove the 1gb it came with for a 2gb stick.

you can't give these away used on ebay!

Windows 7 eats up ram, really? If it does try booting up twice. This was a tip from the Vista days.

simate

Great for netbooks to bring it up to 2GB.



How many netbooks have two slots? Mine certainly doesn't.
Edited by: "skdotcom" 12th May 2011

martmitch

agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely … agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely be windows 7 and have just 2 slots so I'd be surprised if many people would actually buy this, windows 7 eats up 4GB ram with ease!The same shop do a 4GB module for £33.60, thats where my money would be at if I needed more ram



Hmm not sure I can agree with you there, if you're saying you need more than 2GB with Windows 7 then that's not correct, however upgrading to 4GB is not a waste. I'm posting this on a crap emachines e732 core i3-370m with 2GB of ram, is the machine too slow for what I use it for I'm asking myself now, definitely not. I usually hibernate it so it starts up far quicker anyway. Would I like another 2GB, yeah wouldn't mind, I will do the upgrade since ram is very cheap atm, going to get a SSD first though. This laptop is not struggling at all and not slow with 2GB and Win 7 64bit Home Premium. It all comes down to how you use the computer.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 12th May 2011

aab24

does anyone know if it would work with the Pakard Bell Dot S?


lbrady777

good spot. anyone know if this will work in a samsung nc10?


Both those are DDR2 so you won't be able to use DDR3 RAM in them.

aab24

does anyone know if it would work with the Pakard Bell Dot S?

lbrady777

good spot. anyone know if this will work in a samsung nc10?



Thanks for the info

Thanks for the info, time to find a deal on DDR2 me thinks

martmitch

agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely … agree thats a great price - however most laptops using DDR3 will likely be windows 7 and have just 2 slots so I'd be surprised if many people would actually buy this, windows 7 eats up 4GB ram with ease!The same shop do a 4GB module for £33.60, thats where my money would be at if I needed more ram



No it doesn't the way W7 manages memory is totally different to XP, in 7 it attempts to fill the available memory rather than keep it clear which is why when you look at free RAM it's always very low, it's simply using it the best way it can

skdotcom

How many netbooks have two slots? Mine certainly doesn't.



Most of them

Hot. At £4.99 you should buy it IN CASE you ever have a machine that needs it.

I've seen quite a few netbooks with only one RAM slot, so worth checking beforehand.

Ah, perfect, now I can take over the world with my Sammy N150+.

edit____________

bwa hahaha bwahahaha
Edited by: "zaphodbb" 12th May 2011

would this fit on asus 1001ha?

Thanks - ordered for a MSI Wind u135DX....

nothing amazing,normal price,still good find

cheers to op. perfect small upgrade.

G

Rich44

Most of them



notebooks do but netbooks i highly doubt it

Thanks - ordered for a MSI Wind u135DX....

Does the MSI wind u 135DX have 2 slots??

It's cheap, but is it really any use?

1GB is I think the smallest size of RAM available on DDR3. Most laptops have 2 slots, and to save money manufacturers prefer to put 2 small sticks in rather than 1 stick twice the size.

So if you have a laptop that takes DDR3, chances are both slots already have a 1GB stick in them.

gari189

Thanks - ordered for a MSI Wind u135DX....


same here i m glad i didnt bought 10£ a few weeks early

skilll

Thanks - ordered for a MSI Wind u135DX....Does the MSI wind u 135DX have … Thanks - ordered for a MSI Wind u135DX....Does the MSI wind u 135DX have 2 slots??


no it has only one slot but 1gb is built in so u cannot remove it but only add 1 more module to make it 2gb cool aint?

gram333uk

Im only using 2GB and my laptop runs perfectly and its 6 years old now!



It was Vista that ate Ram uncontrollably, I used to use a Dell Latitude D600, with 768mb and Celeron M, ran great with W7, but better with XP

I also have a Macbook with W7, only 2GB of Ram and its fast as hell

What most people get confused with RAM is...it only matters what you USE the RAM for. If it's just light browsing and office applications, 2GB is more than sufficient. If you're into video editing/converting or recoding then 4GB is a better option.

Amazing service from Box - very quick delivery. Only negative is the memory module had no protection - it was simply delivered in an anti-static bag, in an A5 sized jiffy bag - really not enough protection at all. Can't fault the price, or the rest of the service though, and my memory module worked perfectly first time and is indeed genuine Kingston branded. Very pleased, even if it was an upgrade for my work laptop!
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