Memory Prices using Google checkout


    Noticed that the google checkout offer is ending pretty soon thus thought I might as well take advantage quickly.

    What it is I am looking to buy a 2 sticks of 1GB PC 2700 DDR 333 Mhz 184PIN 1 GB RAM for my computer.

    and noticed that I would get £10 off thus giving a good deal? But noticed that there are many types of this e.g. value stick

    Which one should I go for?



    I'd be interested in this aswell, so I'll bump it up!

    they look to be about £80 and up on ebuyer. You would be better off upgrading your motherboard and getting DDR2 - you can get 2gib of that for £35 on ebuyer

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    Thanks for the reply, but on eBuyer I found this 1gb for £40 (excluding google checkout)

    Any ideas?

    my £80 price tag included the two sticks - its always best to buy them as a pair anyway. Its crazy the prices you need to pay for old DDR now when the prices of DDR2 are so low

    Original Poster


    Thanks Mako for ur reply! Id rather jus stick a memory stick in rather than get a new memory stick etc....not good with Computers this the cheapest I wil probably get it?
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