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Laptop Memory Deals & Offers

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Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3L 1866MHz Laptop Memory - £22.50 @ Maplin
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I was looking for a memory upgrade for a mac mini and stumbled across these in Maplin. It's an in store deal so may be a bit of a chase, but well worth checking out stock using the… Read more
Just a heads up to those who couldn't find stock in their local store - you can go into your store and you'll see the out of stock tag for this RAM - take it to the front desk and ask them to check stock at their other stores. They will transfer it (unless it's only in stock at an Irish store) free of charge to your store for pickup within a week.

I just got mine this evening, transferred from Woking.
Edited by: "SlightlyFoxed" 27th Nov 2017
Thanks OP, just ordered. This is exactly what I needed.
Crossbow2 h, 39 m ago

See djtrades post above about keeping an eye on Cex for a £20 one possibly.

I will have a look instore..
danflorin314 h, 23 m ago

35£ fu...er..Thank you for everything!


See djtrades post above about keeping an eye on Cex for a £20 one possibly.
Crossbow14 h, 13 m ago

Yeah, more like £35 unfortunately: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142574971822 …Yeah, more like £35 unfortunately: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142574971822 If I can find cheaper, I'll post it.




Check out CeX. I found a Kingston 8GB module for £20 a fortnight ago. Bonus that it comes with a 2 year CeX warranty!
Kingston A400 120GB SSD - £49.98 @ eBuyer
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This is the cheapest I've found online. Needed this for a new project and this is a great price. 10x Faster than a hard drive Upto 500MB/s read Upto 320MB/s write Ideal for d… Read more
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48.99 now..
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androo7 m ago

It'll break, they are rubbish. Purchased several and it was a false …It'll break, they are rubbish. Purchased several and it was a false economy, try doing an RMA for a dead drive...you can't!


Heard similar stuff from other people about Kingdian - sounds like a rip off company of Kingston
chapchap48 m ago

Whats wrong with this one for 43 …Whats wrong with this one for 43 quid?https://www.amazon.co.uk/KingDian-Original-Internal-Desktop-Laptop/dp/B019W9C0AW/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1507731702&sr=1-6&keywords=ssd+120+gb


It'll break, they are rubbish. Purchased several and it was a false economy, try doing an RMA for a dead drive...you can't!
chapchap49 m ago

Whats wrong with this one for 43 …Whats wrong with this one for 43 quid?https://www.amazon.co.uk/KingDian-Original-Internal-Desktop-Laptop/dp/B019W9C0AW/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1507731702&sr=1-6&keywords=ssd+120+gb


The one for £45.99 looks better for the money due to the write speeds being a bit better. Good find!

This one looks decent too:

ebuyer.com/801…s3c
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SANDISK Cruzer Glide USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Black & Red for £9.99 @ Curry's
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Store important files for easy transport and access wherever you're near a computer. The SanDisk Cruzer Glide USB 2.0 Memory Stick gives you 32 GB of space for your photos, music… Read more
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FTOdude17030th Sep

i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something …i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something from the title.. but seriously, how the frick can this be hot!! lol


Some older computers, ie. those natively running Windows 7 and earlier, don't recognise the USB 3.x format so USB 2.0 is the best option for them. When making bootable ISO installers for Windows regardless of the version I prefer USB 2.0 as it's more stable imo than later versions. I'm not saying this is a great deal but for as long as people are using Windows 7 there's going to be a demand for these retro devices. Even older TVs, dvd players etc might not be able to play media from USB 3 sticks so that's another use for them. USB 3 sticks that are always plugged in 24/7 to whatever device usually end up scolding hot risking corruption whereas USB 2.0 ones rarely go fast enough to generate a high temperature so more stable again. The real life transfer rates of some USB 2's are faster than the advertised rates of many USB 3's so the latter isn't always better in the long run.

I only use USB 2's to burn ISO & IMG files onto in case a PC or Mac won't boot up except from a USB drive so that's the only use I have for them and I've got so many that I've bought over the years I don't even know the current price for them new, but they're not redundant. They should be extremely cheap though, just as USB 3 will be almost useless in the future when technology surpasses their usefulness in the mainstream which it already has been to a degree with small external SSDs being used with speeds 10x that of USB 3 and very stable, but like USB 2 there will always be a demand for retro USB 3 devices too.
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fredstar78630th Sep

How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid


Add on product lol
i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something from the title.. but seriously, how the frick can this be hot!! lol
fredstar7866 h, 12 m ago

How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid

Please don't even consider wasting your money on this, especially if you have to pay delivery.

Far better and cheaper options out there, many already listed.
How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid
Acer Aspire 15.6 Inch i3 8GB 256GB SSD Laptop - Red (Argos) for £429.99
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I've been looking for a laptop for my daughter and found this. Its a great price for a i3 2.4ghz processor, 8gb of Ram and a 256SSD. £10 voucher as well. Snap it up quick. I bought… Read more
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RiverDragon82 m ago

Well £430 is too much for a 15'' non FHD laptop, I would say you overpaid …Well £430 is too much for a 15'' non FHD laptop, I would say you overpaid for your laptop by £80. If your're happy then end of the day it doesn't matter.


Sorry mate I know your trying to help but I did get a £10 voucher and 1% quidco as well as a very happy daughter. That is worth £50 any day
Well £430 is too much for a 15'' non FHD laptop, I would say you overpaid for your laptop by £80. If your're happy then end of the day it doesn't matter.
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RiverDragon84 h, 1 m ago

Return it and get something like this deal instead click. There's no way …Return it and get something like this deal instead click. There's no way on earth I would pay £429.99 for a 15'' i3 laptop. If you don't know anything about laptops you should've asked in the 'Ask' section on here click.


Well I have and my daughter is impressed with it. The deal wasn't around that you have just suggested I wanted a fast start up for her, nice cpu and enough ram. The screen is fine and for course work it's ideal. I also didn't want to wait. I still am happy with the purchase. BTW I'm into pcs and build my desktops. I appreciate your help though but I'm ok
gr8h8me3rd Sep

Got thus today and set it up for my daughter. Its fast and tge screen …Got thus today and set it up for my daughter. Its fast and tge screen really isn't that bad


Return it and get something like this deal instead click. There's no way on earth I would pay £429.99 for a 15'' i3 laptop. If you don't know anything about laptops you should've asked in the 'Ask' section on here click.
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I don't think £430 is good for an i3 laptop? You can get much better for this money surely? This is a terrible price, how did this even get to 80 degrees??
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Patriot PSD38G16002S 8GB DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £27.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Product Description Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 SODIMM memory delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. This 8GB module is des… Read more
kennethsross

Keep in mind that this is 1.5 volt memory (DDR3) A lot of newer laptops … Keep in mind that this is 1.5 volt memory (DDR3) A lot of newer laptops are designed for 1.35 volt RAM (DDR3L) and therefore may not POST with this memory in place.



I have found that most run with both but totally accept this might well be the case with the newest systems. My Alienware steam machine I just bought works with both. Older Macs do too.
Keep in mind that this is 1.5 volt memory (DDR3) A lot of newer laptops are designed for 1.35 volt RAM (DDR3L) and therefore may not POST with this memory in place.
its back now to £27.99 i just bought a pair to install in my macbook pro thanks op
Hardawan

​do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid … ​do you think if i buy 2of these which would be 16gb does macbook pro mid 2012 can take it?



Yes it can. Iv'e got 16GB in the same model as you. Those quoting the official Apple Specs. Apple has done this for years. In realty most of their systems can take double the amount of RAM they quote.

Check out everymac.com for the real information
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will this work in an android tv box?
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Patriot PSD38G13332S 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 (1333MHz) SODIMM Laptop Memory | £23.99 Sold by GadgetLifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Product Description Patriot Memory's Signature Line DDR3 Non-ECC Unbuffered SODIMM delivers the quality, reliability and performance expected for today's computer needs. These 8GB … Read more
I've had trouble with 1.5v on anything Intel iX-3xxx or newer (2013 or newer), but 1.5 worked great in my iX-2xxx (2012 or older)

For anything built in the last 4 years, 1.35v is likely what you need
Gkains

SoDIMM is for Laptops. The only desktop PCs which might use it are very … SoDIMM is for Laptops. The only desktop PCs which might use it are very tiny miniPCs or some All-in-Ones.



​thank you for your help
travyalonso

Could this be used for a PC?



You can get an adaptor but I don't know if it would be worth it in the end

eBay number 322031622924
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Hardawan

is it ok for macbook pro mid 2012 non retina display


Crucial only list 1.35v DDR3L for the only mid-2012 they have:
uk.crucial.com/gbr…%29
Patriot actually have a memory finder too:
patriotmemory.com/mem…er/
but there is a reason why Crucial and Kingston are so popular for memory upgrades as their finders are a lot better.

Speaking of Kingston, their finder list 1.5V memory:
kingston.com/en/…047
is it ok for macbook pro mid 2012 non retina display
HyperX Impact Black 8GB 1866 MHz DDR3L CL11 SODIMM (Laptop) Memory £29.99 - Amazon PRIME ONLY
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Best price I could find. Please note it's only available on Amazon Prime. I got the 1 month free Prime and ordered 2 of these. Product Information Size: 8 GB Brand: HyperX Ite… Read more
fml missed out i really needed this!
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Just checked the link and it's back in stock.
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mubashar

Will this be the correct memory spec for any of the laptops on sale over … Will this be the correct memory spec for any of the laptops on sale over this weekend? Will it work with the HP Pavilion:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/15-6-hp-pavilion-15-au103na-laptop-i5-7200u-8gb-ram-256ssd-full-hd-466-65-hp-2561770



Nope, that laptop uses DDR4, so it won't be compatible.
Will this be the correct memory spec for any of the laptops on sale over this weekend?

Will it work with the HP Pavilion:
hotukdeals.com/dea…770
I bought this in September to speed up an ageing laptop. Worked a treat, same price as I paid back then which I thought was a good price so heat from me.
Kingston Laptop Memory - 4 GB SO DIMM 204-pin - DDR3 1600 MHz / PC3-12800 - £4.12 + £2.98 P&P @ Saverstore
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Tested for Lenovo laptops but suitable for all (I'm writing this from my iMac that I've just upgraded). Shipping cost per item will go down depending on quantity purchased. Click … Read more
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You're welcome
received today 2 sticks, thanks op
dang - missed it
Sold out.
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Crucial 8 GB DDR3 PC3-12800 Unbuffered NON-ECC 1.35 V Laptop Memory | £24.63 @ Amazon UK
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Cheapest I can currently find 8GB DDR3 1,600 MHz NON-ECC 1.35 V SODIMM laptop memory, if anyone has any better deals would love to find out about them :)
ECC is error correcting - it is used in servers. Non-ecc is standard is laptops and desktops.
dannz

I got it from Amazon for this price the week before last. As I recall it … I got it from Amazon for this price the week before last. As I recall it is suitable for both 1.5v and 1.35v systems - which is a bonus.In benchmark tests on Brix i3-5010U this RAM significantly outperformed Kingston HyperX (despite HyperX having better specs on paper). Don't know if these benchmark tests mean much, but I also noticed faster transfer speeds copying large files over USB and ethernet. HyperX was returned and kept this. The RAM certainly does the job, and has limited lifetime warranty too. I've not seen cheaper, apart from quickly expired great deal on Kingston value ram posted a couple of days ago - which I missed



You seem to know your stuff.

What does unbuffered non ecc mean?

I got it from Amazon for this price the week before last. As I recall it is suitable for both 1.5v and 1.35v systems - which is a bonus.

In benchmark tests on Brix i3-5010U this RAM significantly outperformed Kingston HyperX (despite HyperX having better specs on paper). Don't know if these benchmark tests mean much, but I also noticed faster transfer speeds copying large files over USB and ethernet. HyperX was returned and kept this. The RAM certainly does the job, and has limited lifetime warranty too.

I've not seen cheaper, apart from quickly expired great deal on Kingston value ram posted a couple of days ago - which I missed

Damn, i just paid 30 quid for the same last week :-(
Laptop Memory - 4 GB SODIMM RAM PC3-DDR3 - £12.91 WAS £37.99 @ Currys
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Laptop Memory - 4 GB SODIMM RAM Integral - PC3-10600 DDR3 1.5V 1333MHz REDUCED FROM £37.99 Free delivery
gtd65

Seems like a normal price from recent reviews of laptop Ram. I've no … Seems like a normal price from recent reviews of laptop Ram. I've no idea who would buy it at £37!!!

TrickyDicky99

There was a post for 8GB DDR SODIMM's from Amazon a week or so ago for … There was a post for 8GB DDR SODIMM's from Amazon a week or so ago for about £25. And 8GB Dimm's are always slightly more proportionally than 4GB Dimm's. PC World prices for RAM generally seem expensive to me.






That's because people who don't really know about technology shop at Currys and PCWorld. Most of their custom is from people who aren't great with technology and therefore they make a killing. Just like Maplins, I popped in looking for a PS2 to USB adapter, something that's cheap enough on eBay (54p) thought i'd have a nosey out of curiosity. It was £10, I laughed my way out of the shop. That's extortionate. But people who don't know better will pay for it. It's why they do it.

This from Curry's is a decent price...for once.
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There was a post for 8GB DDR SODIMM's from Amazon a week or so ago for about £25. And 8GB Dimm's are always slightly more proportionally than 4GB Dimm's. PC World prices for RAM generally seem expensive to me.
gtd65

Seems like a normal price from recent reviews of laptop Ram. I've no idea … Seems like a normal price from recent reviews of laptop Ram. I've no idea who would buy it at £37!!!


This.
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1GB DDR3 1066MHz Laptop Memory £4.99 @ maplin
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1GB DDR3 1066MHz Laptop Memory/4.99/maplin DDR3 Non-ECC memory module• PC3-8500 / 1066MHz • 204-pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module (SODIMM) • CAS latency: 7 cycles • Vol… Read more
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robodan918

5 for 1GB?I've been trying to sell a stockpile of 2GB DDR3 SODIMMs for 5 … 5 for 1GB?I've been trying to sell a stockpile of 2GB DDR3 SODIMMs for 5 each and nobody wants themhave to vote cold, because if nobody wants 2gb then 1gb has to be worthless



​if they're 1.35v I will take one!
1GB is too small. I can think of no reason/situation where it would be rational to buy these (as opposed ones slightly larger - 2GB probably 4GB).

If there was 512MB sticks for £1 that would also be not a deal. (same basis)
5 for 1GB?
I've been trying to sell a stockpile of 2GB DDR3 SODIMMs for 5 each and nobody wants them
have to vote cold, because if nobody wants 2gb then 1gb has to be worthless
I honestly can't think of a use for this. Given laptops have very limited number of slots you'd be much more mise to spend £15 and get a 4GB stick. Or £9 for 2GB. Not many scenarios when you only need another GB of ram and none more.
poor. Can buy 16gb faster ddr3 for 60 whereas the equivalent here would be 80.
HyperX Impact 8GB 1600MHz DDR3L CL9 £31.98 @ Amazon/Ebuyer (Lowest ever on Amazon). Laptop memory!
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Lowest price I've ever seen this RAM, put in a demand on flubit/bespoke a few hours ago, then about an hour ago I noticed it drop a few £ so thought I'd post it. I'm just waiting t… Read more
minted83

DDR4 being released, prices will keep falling.



Prices may yet fall further - but that's of no consequence if you need the RAM now. However, when DDR4 becomes 'the norm', then DDR3 prices will start to rise. Same thing happened when DDR3 succeeded DDR2.
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bluepeter11

anyone care to explain why desktop and laptop RAM has fallen … anyone care to explain why desktop and laptop RAM has fallen significantly in price recently?voted HOT


DDR4 being released, prices will keep falling.
anyone care to explain why desktop and laptop RAM has fallen significantly in price recently?

voted HOT
Thank you, just ordered!
Hot!! Thanks, just ordered another stick, be ready to rumble now!
16GB G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 1600MHz SO-DIMM laptop memory dual channel kit (2x 8GB) CL9 £83.29 @ Amazon
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Lowest price on Amazon. In stock on August 10, 2015.
These really split opinion. Some people swear by them, some swear at them. A real 50/50 split which is why I have avoided. I believe they can produce a real boost but they are bordering on the edge of over clocked ram and can be flaky. Good price though for the UK but these are highly inflated over here. In the U.S. These go for $90 about 60-60 quid
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not sure mate. may need to wait for others to help. not buying this I don't own any laptop - just came across it and wanted to share.
Hmm seems like a decent deal and just what I'm looking for.Woukd it work in my alienware 15 I wonder?If so I may just deal up (_;)
Crucial 16GB (2x 8GB) Ballistix Sport DDR3 PC1600 Internal Laptop Memory £70.11 including free delivery @ Amazon
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Excellent price for this 2x8GB kit, only £35 and a few pennies per 8GB, cheapest I have found for this size anywhere. Same sets and single sticks at least £50 per 8GB. Also stock… Read more
Can I return an open package as my laptop doesn't work with 8Gb stick?
My replacement arrived - 2 x 4GB again. Phone Amazon and they are not replacing again. Need to return for refund as they are stopping selling it until they have their inventory issues resolved.
Mine just arrived, 16GB kit, thanks OP!
X) Happy days! 16GB (2 x 8GB) delivered. Thanks OP!
Amazon are sending a replacement. Probably be the same again, but we will see.
Kingston Hyper X Black series 8GB DDR3L SODIMM laptop memory £35.64 delivered at Ebuyer
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Kingston 8GB 1600MHz DDR3L CL9 SODIMM 1.35V HyperX Impact Black Series Free delivery plus Quidco available. This the DDR3L 1.35 Low Voltage compatible Ram Over £46 on amazon.co… Read more
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8GB 1600 C9. damn, i paid 20 quids for a 4Gb 1600 C11
Agharta

Some people just like NUCs and will live with the moderate CPU … Some people just like NUCs and will live with the moderate CPU performance but still want to load multiple VMs, edit large photos etc. It's a niche for sure but it's real. So many people here are obsessed with CPU and GPU performance and seem to forget that others don't have the same requirements.



Did you read the discussion? It doesn't look like you did. A dual/quad-core NUC running VM's? Good luck with that.
Edited by: "rev6" 12th May 2015
Price back down £37.49 now
Yep it's i5 what's the slowest the memory runs at ?
Yes you COULD put this in a NUC but unless it's the i5 then you are wasting your time it would make such a tiny difference it would be barely noticeable. Imagine a knotted hose pipe, changing anything about the hose other than the knot will do nothing. In the NUC's case the knot is the CPU/GPU
SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32/16 GB Class 10 Memory Card @ Sainsburys - £9.99
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Found this on Big Sainsburys, Stocked near Computer Section. Collegue conform that it is nationwide offer. Great price 16 GB for £9.99 32 GB for 14.99 Please donot vote as Cold … Read more
Good find op. Can confirm they have these in Melton.
Great deal..im try to find this from last week.
Heat Added..now going to Sainsburys hope i found one :-)
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LandOfConfusion

How fast?



shown in picture.. 30 MB/s
How fast?
Kingston HyperX Impact 16 GB (2x 8 GB) 2133 MHz DDR3L CL11 SODIMM 1.35 V Memory Kit - Black (HX321LS11IB2K2/16) - Laptop Memory
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HyperX® Impact memory boasts the world’s fastest SO-DIMM frequency – 2666MHz – to keep you ahead of the curve and level up your game. It automatically recognises the platform it’s … Read more
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itsgun4u

HyperX® Impact memory boasts the world’s fastest SO-DIMM frequency – 2666 … HyperX® Impact memory boasts the world’s fastest SO-DIMM frequency – 2666MHzIt automatically recognises the platform it’s plugged into and auto overclocks to the highest frequency (up to 2400MHz)Supports following timings -DDR3-2133 CL11-12-13 @1.35V or 1.5VDDR3-1866 CL10-11-12 @1.35V or 1.5VDDR3-1600 CL9-9-10 @1.35V or 1.5V


Well that's clear then!

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Adrian7

Don't want to discourage you, I might do the same, but we really only … Don't want to discourage you, I might do the same, but we really only have the just released gen (Broadwell) as Skylake is supposed to use DDR4 at least for laptops due to power efficiency (1.2V and lower).Same with SSDs, buying a nice M.2/NGFF SSD won't really be future proof as we finally already have PCIe capable laptops (e.g. X1 Carbon) with future laptops likely M.2 PCIe only...Live for today



Your statement makes complete sense. But 1600Mhz I wanted to buy is around same price. And 1866Mhz is also similar priced. So went for 2133Mhz which has a big price drop.
itsgun4u

Yeah. I purchased one just for future proofing. Take the RAM out if I … Yeah. I purchased one just for future proofing. Take the RAM out if I upgrade my laptop. Other two memory 1866 and 1600 are in the same price range so though better to get this one.



Don't want to discourage you, I might do the same, but we really only have the just released gen (Broadwell) as Skylake is supposed to use DDR4 at least for laptops due to power efficiency (1.2V and lower).

Same with SSDs, buying a nice M.2/NGFF SSD won't really be future proof as we finally already have PCIe capable laptops (e.g. X1 Carbon) with future laptops likely M.2 PCIe only...

Live for today
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sdman786

expensive but sweet if you get one!



Yeah. I purchased one just for future proofing. Take the RAM out if I upgrade my laptop. Other two memory 1866 and 1600 are in the same price range so though better to get this one.
Silicon Power 512MB DDR1 DIMM 400MHz Laptop Memory Module £2.99 delivered from GizzmoHeaven
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If you have an old laptop that could benefit from a modest 512MB memory boost, then this looked like an excellent price for this increasingly hard to find memory type. NOTE: you n… Read more
OOS.
useful 10 years ago.
Voted Hot for the product name.
amazing price for a useless product!
If you have a laptop that needs this you might aswell get a new one! Good price though so heat.
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