• Komputerbay 4GB Kit (2GBx2) DDR2 800MHz (PC2-6400) CL6 SODIMM 200-Pin 1.8v Notebook Laptop Memory Modules with Lifetime Warranty
Komputerbay 4GB Kit (2GBx2) DDR2 800MHz (PC2-6400) CL6 SODIMM 200-Pin 1.8v Notebook Laptop Memory Modules with Lifetime Warranty

Komputerbay 4GB Kit (2GBx2) DDR2 800MHz (PC2-6400) CL6 SODIMM 200-Pin 1.8v Notebook Laptop Memory Modules with Lifetime Warranty

SKU:HA32CP24W
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HK$ 415.20
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HK$ 692.00
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  • 4GB KIT OF 2 ( 2 X 2GB ) DDR2 SODIMM 800Mhz PC2-6400 / PC2-6300 200PIN
  • WORKS ON ALL COMPATIBLE LAPTOPS THAT ACCEPT 2GB 800MHZ SODIMMS. Non-ECC Non parity
  • Voltage 1.8V. SUPPORTS DUAL CHANNEL
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Jedec Standard configuration 256X64

Customer Reviews

Product saved me big time!!My Apple IMac was on it's last legs, I had it for several years. I actually purchased a new IMac at our local electronics store but returned it unopened. I felt like I was on the old dial up modem every time I sat down at my desk. I had started using my laptop or ipad instead of my desktop. My grandson was here and he needed to use my computer. My grandson suggested I order the Komputerbay 4GB Kit. When they arrived they sat here for a while, not knowing when my grandson would return I looked up on line how to install the kit. Easy, quick and I feel like I have a new computer. It is back to being fast, I do have good internet. I am very pleased with the purchase, I saved $1300.00 with the $25.00 upgrade5Caused Linux system crashes - returnedI used these SODIMMs to upgrade my Aspire Revo 3610 from 2gb to 4gb (replacing both original 1gb SODIMMs). I use this nettop as a Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) media server. After installing the RAM, the BIOS recognized it, Linux booted fine, and also indicated the bump in memory (minus what was used by the onboard graphics).After just over a day, the server was hung and unresponsive, so I had to hard power it down and reboot it. Just under two days later, the server hung again, same symptoms. Roughly a day later, another crash. So I removed the Komputerbay RAM and but the original SODIMMs back in and the server has been up for about 5 days without a crash. I'm returning this 4gb kit and will try a different brand.2When you buy cheap, You get cheapThis memory left much to be desired. Though its DDR 2 and 800mhz, the laptop that it was bought for simply puked on it. Sorry, not trying to be funny, but my older Sony VIO literally ceased to work with these memory sticks. I received the traditional beep codes for faulty memory. So, was it the memory or the laptop? The 64 thousands dollar questions answer is...the memory. I went to my local electronic store and bought 4 gigs of a major brand, plugged them in and wallah, the Sony VIO fired right up. So it just goes to show you that when you buy cheap, you get cheap. Stick with name brands when it come to memory.1Didn't work out as planed.I believe I already wrote a review on this product but here goes again. The price is decent and the quality is probably good. I had ordered a different set from them before that worked great but this set would not work together in the computer I bought them for. If i only used one of them they both worked, but not together. So it was a bit of a waste of money for what I wanted it for but I may find a use for them for something else in the future.4Excellent Upgrade for 2008 iMacInstalled for my parents 2008 iMac and performing as advertised. At first, I was hesitant to purchase RAM from this company, but the majority of the reviews were very positive. Took a chance, but also had some confidence knowing that the company has a lifetime warranty. Ordered and installed with no issues, in fact, my order was actually delivered on a Sunday (Prime). Initially, I was only going to order 2 GB, since the stock RAM was only 1 GB in my parents iMac, but for the price, I might as well fully upgrade their iMac. I was home for a week and continued to use their iMac and the performance was night and day. They only use it for day to day browsing and minor MS Office for Mac work, so this upgrade should last them for some time. I haven't heard any issues from them since I've left. I purchased another companies RAM for my personal MBP and my wife's Macbook, but knowing that Komputerbay performs just fine and the price was right, I would have purchased these instead.5Komputerbay saves the day here!Komputerbay labels mean memory that I would trust. I just did an upgrade on an old Sony VAIO laptop (Intel chipset) rescued on the way to recycling. The 64-bit OS's I prefer can't do much with 2GB, I go for more. Here's what happened. I had SODIMM DDR2 orphans from previous Komputerbay kits where oddly only 4+2=6GB worked OK, not 4+4=8. In the old VAIO, 4+2=6GB would not boot Memtest+, boo-hoo although 32-bit Vista would boot, but 4+1=5GB tested OK as fast dual channel in Memtest+. I can't explain why that funky chipset can't handle >5 for Memtest+, go figure. Bottom line: this memory is affordable, comes as 'pairs' that I've found test nicely and work well with others even if some stick pairs I end up with when I push and jam fit things to the absolute limit are not perfectly, ideally symmetrical. I've got a DDR3 laptop that I'd like to get a 4GB kit, no doubt I'm going to check Komputerbay. Throw in an SSD and you'll get years more pep out of senior laptops. Why shell out $1000 or more and be forced put up with unnecessary UEFI complexity and sealed units no way to get inside?5Not the specs advertised, do NOT buyIf this was the last DDR2 ram module on the planet, I would not use it. This product is a scam. Mine came on time, thanks to Amazon. What did not come on time was the speed. It was acting slower than 2GB of RAM. I come to find out this is not DDR2-800MHz ram, but 667 MHz RAM. Furthermore, this is just re-labeled hynix RAM. This is a total ripoff some person got away with once. Beware of any of this Komputerbay stuff1Happy customers are key to a successful businessMy computer business get's to see a lot of RAM upgrades for older computers, and in this instance, the Toshiba Satellite required this specific ram. I've had heard of "Komputerbay" but maybe once prior to this purchase, but was willing to risk a non-established name as there's a lot of quality computer parts that are no name.My client has not complained about any BSOD, start up errors, or any performance lag that would occur with low quality RAM. I paired the upgrade with a SSD and that old computer is a beast once again.Happy customers are key to a successful business.5Great Value! Excellent upgrade to revive old Notebook/laptopI don't really have anything bad to say about it. I bought the 2GBx2 PC2-6400 stick to make it worthwhile to upgrade my old laptop AMD Turion64 x2 notebook. The deciding factors were the FREE Amazon Shipping, Affordability, and my Asus F3KA had Vista X64 drivers. I wanted to run X64 OS on it and the 2GB RAM preinstalled just doesn't cut it. The value was worth it and worth whatever risks that come with it, consider the fact that DDR2 is not in high demand and not the current DDR so price is usually higher. DDR2 laptops usually max at up to 4GB. This may explain the price different between the 4 and 8+ GB ram kit. I would like to add that on old machines, a SSD drive does make a difference. Since I didn't want to spend a lot of money on my old Asus Notebook, I bought a low end PNY SSD drive. They don't have trim on older OSes so you may need to find something online to do that.5Quality Memory at Discount Prices - Do Your Research and Know What You Need Before You BuyThese are exactly what I needed and are a great price. Makes a noticeable difference. I had 3GB in my Dell Studio PC, 1 chip was 1GB, the other was 2GB. I wanted to upgrade to 4GB total. I have always been of the mindset that when upgrading or replacing memory, it's better to replace them in pairs of the same speed, type and brand. Sure I could have purchased only one 2GB chip and hoped for no compatibility issues. I think many people cut corners this way and end up with compatibility problems that they blame on the memory and/or vendor. It's up to the customer to know exactly what they need and what will work best in their particular situation. You should also verify what memory you need and importantly that your computer's BIOS is up to date by checking your computer vendor's website. There is a tool that will scan your system and show you exactly what memory you have installed and what your options are at Crucial Memory's website: crucial.com That being said Komputerbay sells quality memory at discount prices and will hellp you find what you need as well. There's no need to order from the computer manufacturer and pay ridiculous prices.5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • 4GB KIT OF 2 ( 2 X 2GB ) DDR2 SODIMM 800Mhz PC2-6400 / PC2-6300 200PIN
  • WORKS ON ALL COMPATIBLE LAPTOPS THAT ACCEPT 2GB 800MHZ SODIMMS. Non-ECC Non parity
  • Voltage 1.8V. SUPPORTS DUAL CHANNEL
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Jedec Standard configuration 256X64
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Product saved me big time!!My Apple IMac was on it's last legs, I had it for several years. I actually purchased a new IMac at our local electronics store but returned it unopened. I felt like I was on the old dial up modem every time I sat down at my desk. I had started using my laptop or ipad instead of my desktop. My grandson was here and he needed to use my computer. My grandson suggested I order the Komputerbay 4GB Kit. When they arrived they sat here for a while, not knowing when my grandson would return I looked up on line how to install the kit. Easy, quick and I feel like I have a new computer. It is back to being fast, I do have good internet. I am very pleased with the purchase, I saved $1300.00 with the $25.00 upgrade5Caused Linux system crashes - returnedI used these SODIMMs to upgrade my Aspire Revo 3610 from 2gb to 4gb (replacing both original 1gb SODIMMs). I use this nettop as a Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) media server. After installing the RAM, the BIOS recognized it, Linux booted fine, and also indicated the bump in memory (minus what was used by the onboard graphics).After just over a day, the server was hung and unresponsive, so I had to hard power it down and reboot it. Just under two days later, the server hung again, same symptoms. Roughly a day later, another crash. So I removed the Komputerbay RAM and but the original SODIMMs back in and the server has been up for about 5 days without a crash. I'm returning this 4gb kit and will try a different brand.2When you buy cheap, You get cheapThis memory left much to be desired. Though its DDR 2 and 800mhz, the laptop that it was bought for simply puked on it. Sorry, not trying to be funny, but my older Sony VIO literally ceased to work with these memory sticks. I received the traditional beep codes for faulty memory. So, was it the memory or the laptop? The 64 thousands dollar questions answer is...the memory. I went to my local electronic store and bought 4 gigs of a major brand, plugged them in and wallah, the Sony VIO fired right up. So it just goes to show you that when you buy cheap, you get cheap. Stick with name brands when it come to memory.1Didn't work out as planed.I believe I already wrote a review on this product but here goes again. The price is decent and the quality is probably good. I had ordered a different set from them before that worked great but this set would not work together in the computer I bought them for. If i only used one of them they both worked, but not together. So it was a bit of a waste of money for what I wanted it for but I may find a use for them for something else in the future.4Excellent Upgrade for 2008 iMacInstalled for my parents 2008 iMac and performing as advertised. At first, I was hesitant to purchase RAM from this company, but the majority of the reviews were very positive. Took a chance, but also had some confidence knowing that the company has a lifetime warranty. Ordered and installed with no issues, in fact, my order was actually delivered on a Sunday (Prime). Initially, I was only going to order 2 GB, since the stock RAM was only 1 GB in my parents iMac, but for the price, I might as well fully upgrade their iMac. I was home for a week and continued to use their iMac and the performance was night and day. They only use it for day to day browsing and minor MS Office for Mac work, so this upgrade should last them for some time. I haven't heard any issues from them since I've left. I purchased another companies RAM for my personal MBP and my wife's Macbook, but knowing that Komputerbay performs just fine and the price was right, I would have purchased these instead.5Komputerbay saves the day here!Komputerbay labels mean memory that I would trust. I just did an upgrade on an old Sony VAIO laptop (Intel chipset) rescued on the way to recycling. The 64-bit OS's I prefer can't do much with 2GB, I go for more. Here's what happened. I had SODIMM DDR2 orphans from previous Komputerbay kits where oddly only 4+2=6GB worked OK, not 4+4=8. In the old VAIO, 4+2=6GB would not boot Memtest+, boo-hoo although 32-bit Vista would boot, but 4+1=5GB tested OK as fast dual channel in Memtest+. I can't explain why that funky chipset can't handle >5 for Memtest+, go figure. Bottom line: this memory is affordable, comes as 'pairs' that I've found test nicely and work well with others even if some stick pairs I end up with when I push and jam fit things to the absolute limit are not perfectly, ideally symmetrical. I've got a DDR3 laptop that I'd like to get a 4GB kit, no doubt I'm going to check Komputerbay. Throw in an SSD and you'll get years more pep out of senior laptops. Why shell out $1000 or more and be forced put up with unnecessary UEFI complexity and sealed units no way to get inside?5Not the specs advertised, do NOT buyIf this was the last DDR2 ram module on the planet, I would not use it. This product is a scam. Mine came on time, thanks to Amazon. What did not come on time was the speed. It was acting slower than 2GB of RAM. I come to find out this is not DDR2-800MHz ram, but 667 MHz RAM. Furthermore, this is just re-labeled hynix RAM. This is a total ripoff some person got away with once. Beware of any of this Komputerbay stuff1Happy customers are key to a successful businessMy computer business get's to see a lot of RAM upgrades for older computers, and in this instance, the Toshiba Satellite required this specific ram. I've had heard of "Komputerbay" but maybe once prior to this purchase, but was willing to risk a non-established name as there's a lot of quality computer parts that are no name.My client has not complained about any BSOD, start up errors, or any performance lag that would occur with low quality RAM. I paired the upgrade with a SSD and that old computer is a beast once again.Happy customers are key to a successful business.5Great Value! Excellent upgrade to revive old Notebook/laptopI don't really have anything bad to say about it. I bought the 2GBx2 PC2-6400 stick to make it worthwhile to upgrade my old laptop AMD Turion64 x2 notebook. The deciding factors were the FREE Amazon Shipping, Affordability, and my Asus F3KA had Vista X64 drivers. I wanted to run X64 OS on it and the 2GB RAM preinstalled just doesn't cut it. The value was worth it and worth whatever risks that come with it, consider the fact that DDR2 is not in high demand and not the current DDR so price is usually higher. DDR2 laptops usually max at up to 4GB. This may explain the price different between the 4 and 8+ GB ram kit. I would like to add that on old machines, a SSD drive does make a difference. Since I didn't want to spend a lot of money on my old Asus Notebook, I bought a low end PNY SSD drive. They don't have trim on older OSes so you may need to find something online to do that.5Quality Memory at Discount Prices - Do Your Research and Know What You Need Before You BuyThese are exactly what I needed and are a great price. Makes a noticeable difference. I had 3GB in my Dell Studio PC, 1 chip was 1GB, the other was 2GB. I wanted to upgrade to 4GB total. I have always been of the mindset that when upgrading or replacing memory, it's better to replace them in pairs of the same speed, type and brand. Sure I could have purchased only one 2GB chip and hoped for no compatibility issues. I think many people cut corners this way and end up with compatibility problems that they blame on the memory and/or vendor. It's up to the customer to know exactly what they need and what will work best in their particular situation. You should also verify what memory you need and importantly that your computer's BIOS is up to date by checking your computer vendor's website. There is a tool that will scan your system and show you exactly what memory you have installed and what your options are at Crucial Memory's website: crucial.com That being said Komputerbay sells quality memory at discount prices and will hellp you find what you need as well. There's no need to order from the computer manufacturer and pay ridiculous prices.5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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