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PNY PC6400 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz Computer Memory [£15.99 Del @ Play]
PNY PC6400 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz Computer Memory [£15.99 Del @ Play]

PNY PC6400 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz Computer Memory [£15.99 Del @ Play]

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Play hiked up the price of the 1GB single stick soon after it got made hot here (by 500%), so this is the same more or less (1p more for an extra stick of ram!)

Potentially another 5% off with RAC code too.

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hey will this be any good for gaming? can any knowledgeale individuals give their opinion? my mobo supports pc6400. im looking to get a total of about 4gb. i have a core2duo 32bit OS nvidia 7600 g.card. i knw my cards lame but i play selected games.

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my system is abit rubbish. see, i cant spill out on a graphics card just yet. i wanna get ram thats cheap but will provide, as you said faster loading times. im only gonna play street fighter 4 and burnout paradise. at the moment i play FEAR multiplayer, command and conquer 3 and rome total war at near enough full settings. runs fine. but my HD is filling up fast causing some slow down.

then when i get the cash im getting a new mobo, g.card, h.drive and higher spec ram.

think this will be a decent enough purchase for now?

by the way...i also heard that 32bit systems max they can handle is 3gb ram...4gb and above is for 54 bit systems? is that right?

A good price for 2gb of DDR2 RAM .It would be ideal in a budget build!!

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ok one more question (sorry lol)

i already have the 2gb that came as standard in my pc. should i remove these and place the ones i buy instead? or can i run these and the existing ones altogether?

kapows;4417573

ok one more question (sorry lol)i already have the 2gb that came as … ok one more question (sorry lol)i already have the 2gb that came as standard in my pc. should i remove these and place the ones i buy instead? or can i run these and the existing ones altogether?


The bottom line answer with ram is that you never really know til you stick it in and try it.

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Biffo the Bear;4418947

The bottom line answer with ram is that you never really know til you … The bottom line answer with ram is that you never really know til you stick it in and try it.




eh? what if it burns out or something? im not risking that! even if it does cost 16 squids

If it's not compatible your pc simply won't work, until you take the ram out again. Then decide which ram to put in, the old or the new. Here yer go, everything explained:
bleepingcomputer.com/tut…tml

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thanks for that link ill have a read and try it out! cheers!
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