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Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB RAM Memory DDR3 CL10 1600MHz DIMM 240-Pin - Black - £32.63 @ handtec
Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB RAM Memory DDR3 CL10 1600MHz DIMM 240-Pin - Black - £32.63 @ handtec

Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB RAM Memory DDR3 CL10 1600MHz DIMM 240-Pin - Black - £32.63 @ handtec

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In the hunt for a matching 8GB Ram for my rig for years now, but this deal looks a steal. Amazon current price £55.97 and hasn't budged in time now.

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None in stock

gusco

None in stock


Ordered apparently


Really good price since recent RAM price hike, hopefully does come back into stock

RAM prices are really terrible at the moment. Could get a decent set of 16gb crucial ballistix 1600mhz CL9 for £38.99 a few months ago... and now the same set is £120. Pretty gross
Edited by: "i_have_crabs" 19th Mar

Not a company I've heard of, so guessing Amazon won't price match them. Shame as I have vouchers sitting on my account.

I ordered a 16gb set of Crucial Ballistix from Amazon for £72, it had an estimated delivery time of 1-3 weeks, it's been around 3 weeks now and I doubt they will ever come. This deal sounds like it will be similar.

anyone care to recommend a decent desktop unit - SSD drive with 240gb is essential

thank you

joehart2

anyone care to recommend a decent desktop unit - SSD drive with 240gb is … anyone care to recommend a decent desktop unit - SSD drive with 240gb is essentialthank you


Always build it yourself for best value. Possibly start with a barebones from somewhere like Novatech. An SSD around that size is usually unlikely as standard unless you spend serious money. What are you looking to do with it?

Bitofageek

Always build it yourself for best value. Possibly start with a barebones … Always build it yourself for best value. Possibly start with a barebones from somewhere like Novatech. An SSD around that size is usually unlikely as standard unless you spend serious money. What are you looking to do with it?


Thanks for replying

no more than web browse, basic video editing, general office

but SSD is essential, I cant go back to a HDD


joehart2

Thanks for replyingno more than web browse, basic video editing, general … Thanks for replyingno more than web browse, basic video editing, general officebut SSD is essential, I cant go back to a HDD


In that case I would recommend buying a PC you are happy with even second hand for if you only need basic processing capability. Then buy yourself an SSD separately. As long as the the PC has a Windows 10 licence tied to the motherboard, just disconnect mechanical hard drive and replace with SSD and connect the HDD as a secondary drive. Grab an 8GB+ memory stick and use the windows tool to build you a bootable image and reinstall windows yourself. This method will also avoid any bloatware that comes with a branded prebuilt system.
Edited by: "Bitofageek" 20th Mar

Looks like it was too good to be true, just had my order cancelled and refunded

Price has gone up too

Ordered but it got cancelled shortly after.
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