Crucial memory Reviews
Description:Manufacturer of very competitively priced alternatives to manufacturers' memory upgrades.
Newest Review: ... PC, I did not know exactly what memory I needed - big problem! But I downloaded Crucial's scanning software (small in size - ... more
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Customer Crucial memory Reviews (15)
by - written on 14/12/02, updated on 13/02/03 (Very useful, 431 readings)
THE PURCHASE:- On the 03/12/02, I purchased a 256Mb of 2700PC memory from Crucial. I began at the home-page www.crucial.com and used the drop-down menu at the top left of the screen to navigate to the UK section. From there Crucial makes it a complete breeze all the way. Very Impressive. Why not open up a new browser window with Crucials home-page and follow the walk-through below. WALK-THROUGH GUIDE:- Here are two alternative ways of purchasing from Crucial. 1. If you happen to know some of the details of your current system, it's likely even a beginner could navigate through the "Here's a list of top system ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I found the crucial memory site on Moneysupermarket.com. We were looking for a laptop and followed a link on to martin's money tips that had specification guidelines. Anyway, the site named crucial as a way to upgrade your laptop the cheaper way. After struggling to get a laptop at a reasonable price with 2gb memory we went for a 1gb and purchased 2 gb from crucial. I found the website easy to use with the search criteria done in sequences for you, it requests you to select the brand then model then it will bring up the goods available. The memory cost us £17 odd for a 2gb Packard bell stick. They also do 1gb memory for £10 odd. (price correct as of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/02, updated on 24/06/02 (Very useful, 626 readings)
I've purchased computer memory (RAM) upgrades twice from Crucial and I have to say that I would recommend anyone thinking of buying RAM to visit their online store at www.crucial.com/uk Just a bit of background info, Crucial is a division of the US semiconductor company Micron so you are buying memory from a major manufacturer and not a cheap generic company. For the majority of us that don't have a clue (and doesn't care) what SDRAM, EDORAM, DDRRAM, RDRAM, parity and non-parity means, Crucial is perfect for you. The fact is that there many different types of computer memory and it's not always easy to tell which type is suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/02, updated on 15/01/02 (Very useful, 311 readings)
About four years ago I had my old laptop stolen off the back seat of my car. Yes, OK, I know, silly of me to leave it there! Normally I would have agreed with you except that it was stolen in broad daylight on the forecourt of a busy petrol station, the car was locked and the computer case was strapped down with the seat belt! The evidence of the forecourt video camera showed that the thief drove up alongside my car at the next pump, jumped out, smashed the glass in the rear door, leaned in, undid the seatbelt, pulled the bag out of the broken window, jumped back into the car and drove off, all in about 10 seconds. The car had been stolen two months before. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/02, updated on 10/07/02 (Very useful, 494 readings)
It’s not too often that I see someone praising an on-line supplier, so credit where it’s due must go to Crucial Ram, they made a potentially difficult purchase an absolute doddle! Our PC at home was starting to creek a bit, more often then not Computer Software nowadays puts an increasing strain on memory resources, so my golden rule has always been to put as much RAM into your PC as you possibly can afford. Now, to the uninitiated this has the potential to be quite a daunting task – there are so many different variations of memory module to choose from. The type of memory you need to buy depends on the type of motherboard you have installed ... Read the complete review
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