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PC Memory - DDR2 667Mhz (PC2-5300) - 1GB, £5.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop
PC Memory - DDR2 667Mhz (PC2-5300) - 1GB, £5.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

PC Memory - DDR2 667Mhz (PC2-5300) - 1GB, £5.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

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Had a quick look but couldn't find this listed anywhere, apologies if missed, this seems a good price if you want to upgrade your computer memory.


Dane-Elec Value PC Memory - DDR2 667Mhz (PC2-5300) - 1GB

Please note, if ordered in a quantity of 2 or greater, the items will be dispatched as matching pairs.

Number Of Modules: 1

Superb value memory suitable for Desktop Computers

Specifications:
Total Size: 1GB
Type: DDR2 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 667Mhz (PC2-5300)
CAS Latency:5
Unbuffered
Non ECC
SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
1.8v (+ or - 0.1V)

42 Comments

nice find voted hot

thanks

placed my order, Hot thanks

can anyone tell me if this is compatable with dell vostro 200M desktop system?

marktq1;4106235

can anyone tell me if this is compatable with dell vostro 200M desktop … can anyone tell me if this is compatable with dell vostro 200M desktop system?



Go to crucial.com it will scan your PC & you what you need

nice price, but is it really worth upgrading any pc to only 1 gig??

andiejn;4106305

nice price, but is it really worth upgrading any pc to only 1 gig??



Der, I dont think the offer is limited to 1 per customer !!

bought two of these yesterday from play at £8.99 each
should of waited. voted hot :thumbsup:

andiejn;4106305

nice price, but is it really worth upgrading any pc to only 1 gig??



errr i dont think thats the idea lol,mine has 2 gig atm but will now have 3 gig:thumbsup:

or this for the 2gig stick,bnetter i would have thought having 2gig on 1 stick than on 2 sticks
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ramiuk1;4106575

or this for the 2gig stick,bnetter i would have thought having 2gig on 1 … or this for the 2gig stick,bnetter i would have thought having 2gig on 1 stick than on 2 stickshttp://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=103355&PHPSESSID=7a8c738cb94bad7985f5ba46efa6fbae



Only if your motherboard will accept 2gb per stick

nice, hot deal!

ramiuk1;4106575

or this for the 2gig stick,bnetter i would have thought having 2gig on 1 … or this for the 2gig stick,bnetter i would have thought having 2gig on 1 stick than on 2 stickshttp://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=103355&PHPSESSID=7a8c738cb94bad7985f5ba46efa6fbae



But if your motherboard supports dual channel memory then you want two sticks instead of it all on one. putting one big sinlge 2gb stick in a dual channel board is just chucking performance out the window. :thumbsup:

Methos.

Nice price in this RAM just had a look and their 2GB PC2-6400 stuff is more expensive than Crucial (50p more) oh well..

Shame this means I won't be able to get much for the two 1GB sticks I already have :P

how do i know if its compatible with my pc? i have hp t3620.uk

Ordered 4 - Thanks. Saved me £12 compared with cheapest alternative I can see. Heat added.

Look it up PC or motherboard on the crucial website and see which crucial memory sticks are recommended. If it's DDR2 then it probably will be compatible however

1) You need to see how many free RAM slots you have. Take the side of your case and look is the easiest method. Note also if 2gb sticks are recommended. If only 1gb stick recommended I would assume 2gb sticks won't work.

2) There is no guarantee adding a different brand of RAM will get along with your existing memory sticks. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't. I normally buy enough RAM to replace the existing and still have more in the end. If I have 2x512Mb ie 1GB and I buy 2x1Gb then I will end up with either 3Gb total if there are no problems. If there are problems then I end up with 2Gb total and ebay or chuck the 2x512Mb.

3) If you have fast RAM PC6400 and you add this PC5300 then your motherboard will detect and run all the RAM at the slower speed. The real world (ie not benchmark results) difference in performance running at PC5300 will be small.

4) A typical motherboard will have 4 RAM slots and you are best to add them in pairs.

5) When you have added your new RAM it's worth testing it with something like Memtest which you burn to CD then boot up of the CD and it will flag any problems with the RAM.

good find...........hot

Thanks, just ordered some.

Shame it's not 200 pin good price though

andiejn;4106305

nice price, but is it really worth upgrading any pc to only 1 gig??



there is hardly any difference (for most users) between 1gb and 2gb when using xp

knws;4106910

how do i know if its compatible with my pc? i have hp t3620.uk



Go on the Crucial scan tool and see what you have already.
Some HP's use ECC memory so just check you havent already got that, or it "could" be a pain to mix and match.

Banned

cannot believe my machine is currently running on 2 x 512MB with 2 spare modules left. Bought 4 of these now to replace the 2 x 512mb and to add 2 more. :w00t:

Investments;4107630

cannot believe my machine is currently running on 2 x 512MB with 2 spare … cannot believe my machine is currently running on 2 x 512MB with 2 spare modules left. Bought 4 of these now to replace the 2 x 512mb and to add 2 more. :w00t:




XP or Vista ? as XP won't gain much advantage going over 2gb, Vista though is surprisingly good (amazing huh!) at using 4gb+ ram.

Methos.

Great find, thanks!

I need the same type of ram for my PC but don't know what to buy as I've never decided to upgrade the RAM in my PC, looking to buy 2x 1GB sticks. Is this what I need,

Heres the specs provided by a website:
http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/2807/ramrx0.jpg

I've checked again on the Crucial website, they state I have to install a matched pair.

Also all the recommendations they have suggested are all for 240pin RAM sticks.

The way my slots are set up, I'm sure slot 1 and slot 3 has a 512mb stick and slot 2 and 4 are empty, I'd have to check again.

Will order soon if this is what I need for definate. My PC runs on Vista.

The two 512mb's run at 333mhz, can I still buy two 1gb's from this website and use them along with the 512's?

Thanks.

ninj4z, yes this should be fine. If you buy two, they'll come as a matched pair (not that it should matter too much).

All the memory will run at the rate of the slowest, but don't worry about this, as 2Gb extra RAM should give a nice boost :thumbsup:

Crossbow;4108876

ninj4z, yes this should be fine. If you buy two, they'll come as a … ninj4z, yes this should be fine. If you buy two, they'll come as a matched pair (not that it should matter too much).All the memory will run at the rate of the slowest, but don't worry about this, as 2Gb extra RAM should give a nice boost :thumbsup:



Thanks for the quick reply, will order two right now :-D

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Methos;4107959

XP or Vista ? as XP won't gain much advantage going over 2gb, Vista … XP or Vista ? as XP won't gain much advantage going over 2gb, Vista though is surprisingly good (amazing huh!) at using 4gb+ ram. :)Methos.



I was going to use 8 gb on xp pro, coz i dont like vista. So it will be a waste after 2gb?

Adnan786;4110256

I was going to use 8 gb on xp pro, coz i dont like vista. So it will be a … I was going to use 8 gb on xp pro, coz i dont like vista. So it will be a waste after 2gb?

32-bit XP/Vista will recognise/use only up to 4Gb (although in reality it's more like 3.2 to 3.5Gb in XP, & sometimes 4Gb in Vista with a patch). I'd say you can go up to 4Gb, but no more with a 32-bit OS.

However, if you've got 64-bit XP/Vista, then 8Gb can be used - but do you really require that much?

Banned

Crossbow;4110672

32-bit XP/Vista will recognise/use only up to 4Gb (although in reality … 32-bit XP/Vista will recognise/use only up to 4Gb (although in reality it's more like 3.2 to 3.5Gb in XP, & sometimes 4Gb in Vista with a patch). I'd say you can go up to 4Gb, but no more with a 32-bit OS. However, if you've got 64-bit XP/Vista, then 8Gb can be used - but do you really require that much?



i can get 64 bit xp, my processor is amd athlon 64 3500+, and i dont need that much but i got it cheap and will surely be future proof, right?

beautiful! just bought 4 in case the 2 aren't compatible with my current pair!

So excited, 4GB RAM! hope it makes a dramatic difference in loading times and so on!!!

why is crucial giving me no memory on the website? is it not compatible with Firefox? if there was no ram in my system it wouldn't be on! and CPU showed that i had 5 Banks but Sandra Pro Business gave me (i hope) the right settings of 4 banks, 2 installed with 2 extra at 1gb each!

teddyshady;4113713

why is crucial giving me no memory on the website? is it not compatible … why is crucial giving me no memory on the website? is it not compatible with Firefox

Probably not - it'll be running some horrible Active X control which Firefox sensibly won't allow because it's such a security minefield.

pibpob;4114223

Probably not - it'll be running some horrible Active X control which … Probably not - it'll be running some horrible Active X control which Firefox sensibly won't allow because it's such a security minefield.



i see, i somehow can't get it to open on IE, i think i might have to set it as my main for it to pop open there.. boo! it don't matter anyways. thanks

Note that this is their slower Value memory (CAS6). They also offer faster Premium memory (CAS5) at the site, available singly or in pairs for dual-channel systems.

Systems;4116765

Note that this is their slower Value memory (CAS6). They also offer … Note that this is their slower Value memory (CAS6). They also offer faster Premium memory (CAS5) at the site, available singly or in pairs for dual-channel systems.



yea, that's all crucial scan is telling me I can install:

A: DDR2 memory with support for DDR2 PC2-5300 speeds.

got 2gbs installed already at 667MHz and now another two although vista wont recognise the whole 4GB+ i will still get up to 3.5GB! (i have a 32bit system on vista business)

Anyone had theirs delivered yet?

Arrived today

Mine arrived today, took a while but installed them on 2 white boards cause my original 2 where installed on black ones, vista business recognised it upon boot up and is reading 4GB ram not 3.5 like some sources say!
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