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Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by new_rez, May 3, 2007.

  1. new_rez New Member

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    Overclockers.co.uk have some absolutely insane prices on their memory!!!! 2x1Gb GeIL 4-4-4-12 for £66!!!!! Just take a look at all of their memory prices... they're totally mental!!!
     
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    Yea RAM prices have fallen drastically over in the US as well.
    You can get a very good pair of 2 x 1GB DDR2-800 for about $80-90 US.
     
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    Even notebook memory is plunging.

    It'a-a-verra-nice.
     
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    yeah i know... bought 2GB 4-4-4-12 of memoy for my laptop for £50
     
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    yeah DDR2 is now down to DDR prices for 1gb and 2gb kits.
     
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    I love overclockers, mutts nutts all the deliveries i get are before 12 and nice prices,
    yeah a 8800 320mb for £185 i think i seen too thats cheap :)


    :rockout:

    EDIT make that £ 170 i wish they wouldnt do that im trying to save for water kooling :laugh:
     
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    You can get 8GB of own brand memory (PC-5300) for just over £200 from OcUK, or 8GB of OCZ PC-6400 for £380.

    Their prices are rather spiffy.

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    Yeah I just got one of those 8800s too :)
     
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    what do the x-x-x-x-x things mean? what does it represent? I know its the timing ( i think) but what exactly is it?
     
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    "Now-a-everybody-a happy."

    In laymans terms, it means reads and writes per clock cycle. The lower the number, the better.
     

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