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Kingston ValueRAM / 2GB 1333MHz PC3-10600 DDR3 / Non-ECC CL9 Desktop Memory £13.99 @ Play
Kingston ValueRAM / 2GB 1333MHz PC3-10600 DDR3 / Non-ECC CL9 Desktop Memory £13.99 @ Play

Kingston ValueRAM / 2GB 1333MHz PC3-10600 DDR3 / Non-ECC CL9 Desktop Memory £13.99 @ Play

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Kingston ValueRAM memory - 2 GB - DIMM 240-pin - DDR3
Storage Capacity: 2 GB
Upgrade Type: Generic
Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 1333 MHz ( PC3-10600 )
Data Integrity Check: Non-ECC
Latency Timings: CL9
Features: Unbuffered
Supply Voltage: 1.5 V
Lead Plating: Gold
Manufacturer Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

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is this good? might go for this

Original Poster

Reviews seem to be good on Amazon

DDR3 often goes on sale close to this price - I bought two sticks of Simmtronics for £15 each, and then after they turned out to be terrible I replaced them with two sticks of Crucial for slightly cheaper.

If you're unsure about this Kingston RAM, you might want to wait until some Crucial or Corsair RAM goes on sale. It'll only be a couple of pounds more, and you'll be near-guaranteed some good kit.

Edit: There's a review here on Tom's Hardware which pits Kingston ValueRAM against several other well known brands, and it seems to perform adequately, so it's likely that it's quality RAM, at least:

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Edited by: "ahobday" 14th Feb 2011

14.99

is this for netbooks?

This is for desktops.

Also RAM speed and latency makes next to no difference in real world performance with the latest Intel Core Sandy Bridge processors. You may as well save your money, get the cheapest RAM (like this), and spend the extra on a faster graphics card or SSD.

this is the going rate

weiran

This is for desktops.Also RAM speed and latency makes next to no … This is for desktops.Also RAM speed and latency makes next to no difference in real world performance with the latest Intel Core Sandy Bridge processors. You may as well save your money, get the cheapest RAM (like this), and spend the extra on a faster graphics card or SSD.



Note that you should get the cheapest RAM from a trusted manufacturer. Going super cheap and getting RAM from an unknown brand can mean having to replace it shortly afterwards, as happened to me.

But Kingston is a known brand, so this is probably good to go.

this should be expired shouldn't it?

£14.49
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