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Kingston RAM Sale: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 $53, 8GB 2133MHz $63, 8GB DDR3 1600MHz ECC M-Server $95 Del'd @ Shopping Express


Fantastic prices on RAM. You won't find these cheaper anywhere. Sale is limited to two of each per customer. Apply coupon ARSERAM at checkout and select preferred delivery method, which will be deducted from the final price. All stock is shipped from Australia, and should be delivered within 1-2 business days. All the best :)

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  • Lol I was literally just looking on their website to see if they were much more than the Amazon price on the ddr3

    • +3

      If you're referring to this amazon deal then keep in mind that is 1.35v SoDIMM DDR3L for modern laptops and NUCs. This is the desktop variety.

      Otherwise disregard this comment ;)

  • +11

    Cheers, although I feel uncomfortable using the coupon code ARSERAM. :)

    • +5

      would you prefer RAMARSE ?

      • +21

        Nah, you don't want to end up with bad memory. lol

      • +1

        Or RAMDASS (say his name out loud)

    • +1

      It made my eyes water.

    • +3

      Haha entered arseram, got "arseram special arrangement" in my cart.

  • Some decent prices there

  • cheap arse ram ;)


  • If i buy 2 x 8GB 1600 or 2 x 8GB 2133 and put them together, do they work close enough as a proper "kit set"???

    • +3

      Yes. That's basically what a kit is. 2 of these packaged in 1.

  • TA, are you like best of buds at ShoppingExpress?
    Keep up the good work!

  • I don't mind a good arseram

    Don't crap on Kingston! I ended up going through a company or two to find some decent ram, went Kingston and it's been rock solid.

    • +1

      You'll won't be able to stop crapping after an arseram.

  • +1

    Does that Kingston 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM works on HP micro server N36L

  • Thanks TA! I got two of the 1600Mhz sticks.

  • Thanks TA! locked in some RAM my work PC.

  • +2

    Is it possible to edit the title to include the L, as this is 1.3V low voltage ram?
    Just to avoid confusion.

    • +4

      Is it an important distinction?

      All Kingston RAM is moving to the DDR3L or dual voltage type due to the smaller dies. But DDR3L is just an extension of DDR3, so the RAM must support 1.5V. So it would work in place of DDR3, but will just be more inefficient. http://superuser.com/questions/564175/1-35-v-ram-in-a-1-5-v-…

      • +1

        In that case, not at all and that answers a few of my questions!
        Thanks :D

  • i have 16gb now, will another 16gb do anything? (have several applications open sometimes and lazy to close). e.g. games, photoshop, different browser/ many tabs, games, watching movies, leaving it on as media server and i think games.

    • +2

      not it won't. Don't waste your money.

    • +3

      Yeah pretty the same way I use mine (also have 16gb).

      No need to expand. I used to do a lot of video editing where 32GB would have helped occasionally but these days certainly don't need it.

    • If one of your application include running virtual box then I imagine adding more rams will help?

    • Have you checked Task Manager to see how much of your 16GB RAM gets used?

    • Definitely, the majority of media servers are coded in Java and chew heaps of ram. Having multiple browsers open with lots of tabs and photoshop open is how I use my pc too. Can open games without having to close things now, don't have the browser crashing either. Definitely an improvement over the 16gb I used to have.

  • How long is this on for? cant remember what 8GB RAM I have in my N40L (need to check) but would there be much advantage to adding an additional stick? if I recall from memory the device does not officially support even 16GB RAM?

    • No time limit. Until stock runs out :)

      • How much stock is available?

        • +3

          We are almost out of the ram, but have just ordered more from supplier and added 100 to the deal. Stock should arrive tomorrow so will dispatch slightly later than those that purchase earlier


        • @ShoppingExpress:

          We are almost out of ram

          Maybe you should download some more :>

          /s ofc

        • @ShoppingExpress: awesome, thanks!

        • @annon: Would smacking that ass get you some more Ram?

    • if I recall from memory the device does not officially support even 16GB RAM?

      http://n40l.wikia.com/wiki/Memory :

      The N40L comes with 1x2GB ECC RAM installed. It will accept up to 2×8GB (16GB total) (Gen8 will accept 32GB (2×16GB)) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 1333 (PC3 10600) RAM

  • I have "Kingston 8G(2x4G) DDR3 1600MHz CL9 HyperX" on a H87M mobo, would this ram work with the "Kingston 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM $53"???


    • in theory it seems ok, but i will not recommend, we do have PC component sale including hyperx ram, new cpu & mobo in the next few days, please consider subscribing to our newsletter to be informed.


      • but any idea how much the hyperx will be tho? because if it's much more than this than I may just get this cheaper one. (I'm not a hardcore gamer by any standards :P)

        • it won't be that cheap, but there's a risk of having random BSOD when you mix ram - so do at your own risk

  • Thanks, TA. Missed out on the last deal but this is still a great price.

  • Thanks TA (and ShoppingExpress for supporting a great OzBargain contributor) - bagged two sticks for a couple of old N40L's that I originally purchased from SE!

    • I asked earlier if there was much advantage to going from 8GB to 16GB as at this price I would consider purchasing an extra stick, I remember reading the N40L is not supposed to support the 16GB ram do you know if its really worth adding the extra 8GB?

      • The HP MicroServer N40L Wiki says that you can run 16gb in a N40L. It would obviously depend on what OS you're running and what you're using it for to say whether or not the extra 8gb is worth it.

        • Win 7 Server with couchpotato, teamviewer and utorrent. It does seem to lag a bit when moving/renaming files but that could be a processor limitation?

  • Anyone tried the KVR16E11/8I in a Gen8? Half of the Google searches say it works, half don't :-/

    • +1

      rest assured its compatible with gen8, we've been selling it with Gen8 since it's released.

    • I've recently bought the G8, and have 4G RAM already, but haven't set it up yet.

      Not sure i need more - it's not like i'm running a dozen Virtual Machines, whatever they are.

  • Any chance of a cheaper price on some of Corsair Vengeance or Kingston Fury?

  • Update just for the code alone.

  • +1

    Anyone know why ram's like halved in price so quickly (esp DDR4?

    • Has it just reduced to normal prices? RAM was cheap 2-3 years ago.

      • +2

        The Aussie dollar was on parity with the US dollar 2-3 years ago…

      • True, but AUD has dropped in price and DDR4 is this price too

    • I think it's like connected like with the recent like 50% reduction in price.

      • +1

        like man thanks a heap for that makes like a load of sense now.

        • I'm here for you bro, always.

  • i need help, I don't know which one to choose for my MacBook Pro ( 13" late 2009) to boost it up
    It's just too slow, any advice other than get rid of it? haha

  • How about notebook ram deal? :)
    Under 65 for 8gb include never ever gst?

  • how do you get these coupon codes named after you?

    do you have sort of agreement/kick back?

    • +1

      No kick back just negotiating for the community.

  • I have 2 of these for my microserver:

    With AMEX 15% off and only a few dollars shipping.

    Just incase someone asked.

    Can it be used in hp microserver gen8 g1610t ?
    The best place to check this out is Crucial's site. Put that memory in and see if that HP device is in the list. Crucial guarantees any memory that they match to a particular device.
    By Timothy W Morneau on November 6, 2014
    I imagine it would. I use this memory in a gen 8 g2020t which is just the pentium version
    By david a. on 06 November 2014
    Yes. Additionally, it works perfectly with HP's original 2 GB RAM that ships with the microserver. So I now have a total of 10 GB in my Gen8 g1610t.
    By K.P. on 07 November 2014
    By Jeffrey F. on 12 November 2014

  • Kingston 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 is all gone guys.

  • no stock :(

  • +1

    I have Crucial 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 in the pc atm.
    Would the Kingston 1600 be compatible?

  • My laptop needs DDR3L ram (Dell Inspiron 11 3147), so these seems to be. But they are too big to fit in laptops right?

  • Is any of these rams compatible with Lenovo E530.

    • 50/50 chance when you asked, but zero now they are out of stock.

  • And out of stock :|

  • Why do people still buy physical ram in 2015? Just download more RAM /s

  • Any chance for a deal on Kingston KVR16LS11/8 notebook RAM please?

  • +1

    @ShoppingExpress I just got my Kingston 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM, opened the envelope and noticed the seal has been broken and the ram was not sitting in the package correctly. Any reason why the seals would be broken?

    • My seal was also broken when I opened it. +1 on interest.

  • Hey TA and ShoppingExpress,

    Any chance of a resurrection of this deal when stocks are replenished?


  • I was hoping mine would arrive today, damn Australia Post. It was sent Wednesday. Saturday it passed through Granville. I'm in bloody Nunawading, VIC.

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