1024Mb 1Gb DDR2 667 Kingston desktop ram $20 (max 4 per customer) Delivery can be free

27 December 2007

Looks a real good deal if you need some more ram for your desktop.

1024Mb 1Gb DDR2 667 Kingston Memory Single DDR2 667 KVR667D2N5/1G

To get free delivery sign up to OCAU forums and use the code OCAUDELIVERY plus your ocau user name.

Remember that most 32bit OS cant see or use more than 3.5gig of ram so dont buy more than you can use.

13 comments

  • MamaK
    is there a way to see if this is compatible with my computer? I'm guessing it wouldn't be as its 240-pin and ]mine seems to be a 184-pin?
  • sandgroper
    Yes there is, go here http://www.kingstonmemory.net.au/kingston_configurator.php and enter your pc details. But as it seems yours is 184 pin which is DDR ram and that means this offer is not for your pc, sorry
  • admin EDITOR
    why would the physical limit be 3.5 gig sandy? I didnt think you could run different chip sizes together and most machines dont have more than 4 RAM ports (but I could be totally wrong)?
  • sandgroper
    Its all to do with the basic set of rules set down in the dark ages before windows 3.1 The range of addresses was limited as nobody ever thought in those days we would have even 1gig of ram let alone 4gig. So some physical adresses are taken by cards etc so not enough left for all 4 gig of ram if fitted. The bios will report it all there but windows will report maybe 3.5gig with say 3.2 gig available Its been addressed in 64bit OS like Vista 64bit and later mobo chipsets, but not in the usual run of the mill OS we have. If you need more info then google please cause I am at my limit now ;-)
  • admin EDITOR
    They had similar issues with hard disk sizes back when they started jumping in size but it was down MS and not the bios ( although the latter sometimes needed updating) Ha - thats interesting. Just googled. Its a limitation on 32 bit processing. Jump to 36 bit and you can run 64 gig of RAM.
  • MamaK
    Thanks for your help Sandy:) shame it won't fit my pc
  • gstok
    Important information: 1. They are on holidays until January 2 so don't expect it in a hurry 2. Credit card surcharge = 2.3% 3. Delivery cost is a flat $20 outside of Perth (which is $5 or free to pickup) 4. 5% is charged on top of delivery cost for insurance by default - it is OPTIONAL so switch off if you wish 1 memory stick to Melbourne = $21.94 in delivery/fees = no thanks -> go to MSY 4 memory sticks to Melbourne = $26.39 in delivery/fees = no thanks -> go to MSY MSY = $25 ea. (in store)
  • lostix
    ehehe MSY, nearly kills all buckscoop tech deals
  • holdenmg
    $34 at dstore.com.au http://tinyurl.com/2hbrnd Less dstore.com.au $10 Voucher? http://www.buckscoop.com.au/deals/9747/new-free-10-gift-voucher-at-dstore- Less Buckscoop Rebate? Delivery over $50 free! Takes PayPal! No limit on ordering... :cool:
  • sandgroper
    gstok;32216
    Important information: 1. They are on holidays until January 2 so don't expect it in a hurry 2. Credit card surcharge = 2.3% 3. Delivery cost is a flat $20 outside of Perth (which is $5 or free to pickup) 4. 5% is charged on top of delivery cost for insurance by default - it is OPTIONAL so switch off if you wish 1 memory stick to Melbourne = $21.94 in delivery/fees = no thanks -> go to MSY 4 memory sticks to Melbourne = $26.39 in delivery/fees = no thanks -> go to MSY MSY = $25 ea. (in store)
    Ive not tried although I am a member but I put this in the first post so members can get free delivery.
    To get free delivery sign up to OCAU forums and use the code OCAUDELIVERY plus your ocau user name.
  • gstok
    Sorry sandgroper, perhaps I missed your comment on free delivery in the first post... either that or you've added it since. If the former my apologies!
  • sandgroper
    It was only the free delivery option that made the post worthy, of course it was there from when I posted :thumbsup:
  • gstok
    Then I'm an idiot.... thanks for the clarification! :)

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