Crucial Memory Prices Down Again

  Beas-Knees 19:31 14 Feb 2003
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As an example you can get 512mb of DDR PC2700 for the same price that 256mb would have cost you just after xmas (£66)inclusive of v.a.t. and with free postage.Enter your details here click here and get some at these prices while you can.

  zanwalk 20:32 14 Feb 2003

Thanks for the tip!

  Gerrycan 21:40 14 Feb 2003
  Gerrycan 21:41 14 Feb 2003

sorry wrong reply.meant for another help topic

  fitfella29 22:59 14 Feb 2003

yeah im gutted i paid 130 quid in november for 512mb 2700 then i paid 99 quid for another stick just after new years.

  Lead 08:58 15 Feb 2003

Just ordered me 1GB worth.

Blast!!!! I just paid around £50 for 256MB PC2700 from Dabs. Silly old me.

  cheapskate2k 14:19 15 Feb 2003

I got 512 of pc2700 a month ago from crucial for £86 and I thought that was a bargain. It can only go so low, I just thought it couldnt get a lot lower than what I paid for it. I thought dabs did crucial ram so you should get it for crucial prices. Only a thought.

  Paul2003 14:25 15 Feb 2003

Thanks for the info mate!



Paul.

click here

  Djohn 13:58 16 Feb 2003

Beas-Knees, At the moment on win98se I have 1x256 and 1x128 of pc2100, I have just phoned crucial and they say that I can install a 1x512 of pc2700, but it will run at the lower speed of the 2100.

Their advice is to go for the 2700, and then another stick of same at a later date. I am later this week up-grading to win xp pro.

I fully understand and trust the advice from crucial, just need to know if there is worthwhile difference in the two speeds, taking into account I already have 384 of pc 2100. Many thanks. J.

  TOPCAT® 15:41 16 Feb 2003

If anyone needs 4 x 256MB modules of this memory, never used and still in their sealed anti-static bags, then e-mail me from the envelope by my name.

CT3264Z265 DDR PC2100 • CL=2.5 • Unbuffered • Non-parity • 2.5V • 32Meg x 64 currently priced at £30.54 inclusive at Crucial, but will sell all four modules for less to a member. TC.

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