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Kingston DDR3 2GB 1333MHz i5 Memory Module CL9 1.5V £31.99 delivered @ ebuyer
Kingston DDR3 2GB 1333MHz i5 Memory Module CL9 1.5V £31.99 delivered @ ebuyer

Kingston DDR3 2GB 1333MHz i5 Memory Module CL9 1.5V £31.99 delivered @ ebuyer

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Product Specifications
General
Storage Capacity 2 GB
Upgrade Type Generic
Memory
Type DRAM
Technology DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed 1333 MHz ( PC3-10600 )
Latency Timings CL9
Data Integrity Check Non-ECC
RAM Features Unbuffered
Module Configuration 256 x 64
Supply Voltage 1.5 V
Lead Plating Gold
Expansion / Connectivity
Compatible Slots 1 x memory - DIMM 240-pin
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Limited lifetime warranty ( Germany, Austria and France - 10 years )

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Computerman

£34.99 Kingston KHX1600C9D3/2G HyperX / 2GB 1600MHz PC3-12800 DDR3 … £34.99 Kingston KHX1600C9D3/2G HyperX / 2GB 1600MHz PC3-12800 DDR3 http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/9189703/Kingston-KHX1600C9D3-2G-HyperX-2GB-1600MHz-PC3-12800-DDR3-Non-ECC-CL9-DIMM-Computer-Memory/Product.html


Nice find there cm keep up the good work.

just thought of my non existant pc i've been meaning to build! and here they come

got 2 :-D

I've wanted to get a RAM upgrade for a while now. Will grab 2 of these for a nice upgrade. Thank you!

It's a shame that my motherboard doesn't support the 1600MHz modules. Looks like I'll be getting a new motherboard soon, too :P

Free delivery included, best price around

is there any software that tells you what spec ram you have already installed in your pc without opening it up, i bought a pc with 8gb ddr innit for £100 was thinking of floggin 4gb, i know they are hewlet packard branded.

cpu -z mate does it for you

Artibeus

I've wanted to get a RAM upgrade for a while now. Will grab 2 of these … I've wanted to get a RAM upgrade for a while now. Will grab 2 of these for a nice upgrade. Thank you!It's a shame that my motherboard doesn't support the 1600MHz modules. Looks like I'll be getting a new motherboard soon, too :P



If you're using DDR-3, then your processor will "support" the RAM really. What are you running?

this is cl9 so it is slow, am i right?

rock2007

this is cl9 so it is slow, am i right?



There is quicker stuff out there, but for the average user (who really won't notice the difference) this is a decent price for a capacity upgrade.
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