Advantages: Cheap - Compatable with almost every DDR3 Motherboard - Kingston are Trusted Brand Disadvantages: Intended for budget PCs - No Headroom for Memory Clock to be increased beyond stated speed
...Bought this DDR3 Ram a few months back for my custom built PC.
I have no problems whatsoever with this RAM, it's worked perfectly since i slotted it into my motherboard
Designated speed of these DIMMS are 1333mhz, and will work at that speed providing the motherboard supports the same or greater speeds from it's sockets.
At a smidgen over £30 for 2 sticks @ 4GB each, it's a surefire...
Advantages: easy to install, works on most systems and fantastic low price Disadvantages: doesn't like too much static so be careful
...is to actually go into your ?tower?, take out a module and jot down the specs from that).
Anyway, once I was confident that the figures I had were right then I was soon on the trail of the brilliant Kingston Value memory modules from that well known online super store?.
** The Specification?
* 1GB Ram
* Desk top compatible
* PC2-5300, 667 Mhz
* 240 pin
* DRAM/ DDR2 SDRAM
Advantages: Huge memory of 2GB, DDR2 technology with massive 800MHz bus, cheap and lifetime warranty. Disadvantages: None.
...the manufacturer to facilitate and help the consumer to install the ram in system. But before buying a RAM, we have to consider about our motherboard adaptability. In general, mostly Intel motherboards (DG31 and higher model) support both DDR2 and DDR3 modules. Still, Kingston has an online tech support for the consumers. Usually KINGSTON ram?s come with lifetime warranty, but there are some exceptions such as...