Macbook/MacbookPro owners - 2Gb of Kingston RAM for £24
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Macbook/MacbookPro owners - 2Gb of Kingston RAM for £24

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Found 31st Oct 2007
Get 2Gb of Kingston RAM for your MACBOOK or MACBOOK Pro at eBuyer for £37.58 - and pay for it through Google Checkout now for a tenner's reduction - taking you down to £27.58 delivered with the cheapest delivery option.

Looks like a hot deal for me - I paid around £60 for the same about six months ago and thought that was cheap!!

The above description is incorrect. The correct memory for your MACBOOK or MACBOOK PRO is £21.42 (EVN CHEAPER!!!!) and can be found here:

ebuyer.com/pro…284


- zarguio

With postage this comes out at £24 delivered.
- zarguio

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Original Poster

Hehe - well I like it...

Good price. always one week too late doesn't it seem (bought mine a week ago)

Original Poster

Admin

Good price. always one week too late doesn't it seem (bought mine a … Good price. always one week too late doesn't it seem (bought mine a week ago)




Ahh well, they'll probably be down to twenty quid next month! Cheapest I've found anyway, and I think I might invest in 2Gb for my girlfriend's MAC - add it to the Xmas pressie list!

Yeah they just keep slipping. I didn't actually much more than this - just a few pounds more from Crucial.

Original Poster

Admin

Yeah they just keep slipping. I didn't actually much more than this - … Yeah they just keep slipping. I didn't actually much more than this - just a few pounds more from Crucial.




That'll be the volitile Silicon market I suppose. You can often get a bargain in this area (shame you can't say the same about fuel! :)).

Apple UK incidentally, are charging £190 for 2 x 1Gb RAM. Nice.

Seems like a great price for a Macbook/Macbook Pro (or similar laptop) BUT THEY'RE THE WRONG TYPE OF MEMORY!!!!

Unless you've messed up the link - the memory you're pointing to is not 200pin SO-DIMM memory for laptops!! lol

Original Poster

scrooge

Seems like a great price for a Macbook/Macbook Pro (or similar laptop) … Seems like a great price for a Macbook/Macbook Pro (or similar laptop) BUT THEY'RE THE WRONG TYPE OF MEMORY!!!!Unless you've messed up the link - the memory you're pointing to is not 200pin SO-DIMM memory for laptops!! lol




With apologies - you're absolutely correct.

The right memory is this one:

ebuyer.com/pro…284

and with Google Checkout's reduction comes down to £24.00

Sorry for confusion

Original Poster

Only one left now as well!!

Original Poster

Nearly all gone!

ALL gone!

Original Poster

Ahh - if only folks were quicker..lol.

....looks like mine is coming through at £24..wahey!

Any ideas of where i can find the best price for a 2gb stick for a MacBook Pro 17"

Preferably through google checkout?

Cheers. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

releaseyourself

Any ideas of where i can find the best price for a 2gb stick for a … Any ideas of where i can find the best price for a 2gb stick for a MacBook Pro 17"Preferably through google checkout? Cheers. :thumbsup:




You'll have seen that ebuyer themselves are doing it for (minus £10 google checkout) around £65....

I daresay you'll have more luck financially with ebay...where the going price looks to be around the £45-£50 mark. Obviously you pays your money...etc etc.

Hope this helps...

£57 through crucial plus 7% quidco

Original Poster

releaseyourself

£57 through crucial plus 7% quidco




Could be a winner then..I notice that there's a voucher available (see vouchers - top right of this page) for 5% off anything at Crucial too. Last time I tried it worked, but not sure if its still active.

Good luck in any case.

tried it but came up as the same price as the normal link

alchemistkevin

ALL gone!



you can get 2 single ones for a little more (£28.56) from there if no more come in stock.

I have a 15.4" MacBookPro which is about a year old
It currently has
2.16Ghz Intel Core Duo (not Core 2 Duo)
and 2Gb 667Mhz DDR2 SDRAM

Can the RAM be upgraded any higher? (ie. to 4Gb?)
From looking at Crucial's website, am I right in thinking the max is 2gb (1Gb x2)... so I can't upgrade my machine?

crucial.com/uk/…%29

Original Poster

kowalski

I have a 15.4" MacBookPro which is about a year oldIt currently has … I have a 15.4" MacBookPro which is about a year oldIt currently has 2.16Ghz Intel Core Duo (not Core 2 Duo) and 2Gb 667Mhz DDR2 SDRAMCan the RAM be upgraded any higher? (ie. to 4Gb?)From looking at Crucial's website, am I right in thinking the max is 2gb (1Gb x2)... so I can't upgrade my machine?http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/listparts.aspx?model=MacBook%20Pro%202.16GHz%20Intel%20Core%20Duo%20%2815.4-inch%29#




Your hunch is right. You can only upgrade to where you're at at the moment - 2Gb. The motherboard just doesn't support anything higher.

I believe the Mac Pros will take you up to 4Gb, possibly even 8Gb - but can't be certain about that.

Damn ordered a MacBook this morning wish I'd seen this earlier.

thanks zarguio

Original Poster

Woohoo - mine arrived this morning in the post...2gigs for £24..not bad. I see they're out of stock at the moment but when they're back you can nab it for (with Google checkout) £22.49!!!
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