• 1GB DDR PC2700 Desktop Memory Module (184-pin DIMM, 333MHz) Genuine A-Tech Brand
1GB DDR PC2700 Desktop Memory Module (184-pin DIMM, 333MHz) Genuine A-Tech Brand

1GB DDR PC2700 Desktop Memory Module (184-pin DIMM, 333MHz) Genuine A-Tech Brand

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  • 1GB DDR PC2700 DESKTOP Memory Module (184-pin DIMM 333MHz)
  • Genuine A-Tech Brand
  • Lifetime Warranty!
  • 184-pin DIMM 333MHz
  • Toll Free Technical Support

Customer Reviews

Good RAM, great price It's probably not very likely anyone would need DDR memory in this day and age, but sometimes you just want to fire up an old machine. I found the first PC I ever built and needed DDR RAM for it since it had everything except working RAM. I have never heard of A-Tech, but decided to give it a try since they were the only option available on Amazon. The PC booted up with no problems and now I have a working computer from 2003. These modules also have lifetime warranty, so that's a nice touch. 5Perfect RAM for my system... Perfect for the Dell Dimension 8300... I had a desktop that was literally collecting dust in the garage - so I decided to boot it up and see if I could use it as a file storage system. Unfortunately, it only had 512kb memory and would not update... So, I decided to use the A-Tech RAM to bump it up. At first installed 2Gb (in addition to the 512kb) - the system started connecting online and updating - I was very happy. Since I know I am limited to 4Gb on this XP machine, I decided to ditch the 512kb and add another 2Gb from A-Tech. With the 4Gb - well, let's just say, this dinasour is roaring. It works so well, I might have to do the same with another 2 machines I have laying around.I did have to make sure that I was purchasing the right type of memory - there have been many changes since the Dimension several years ago and I know I have several systems at home with several "different" RAM requirements in terms of size (PINs), speed etc... Doesn't hurt to do some homework on the machine before ordering - it certainly help me. 5Excellent low cost RAM Works great for the price, will likely be buying another kit in the near future - as in this month. Have had this RAM installed for over a month and have not noticed any errors. This RAM ended up replacing 2GB of RAM from a different vendor which was purchased new last year to support upgrading to Windows 7 but was giving errors resulting in system crashes / blue screens of death periodically. Since the crashes were sporadic, the installation of Windows 7 was new, and a new TV tuner video card was installed wasn't sure what was causing the sporadic blue screens of death until i purchased and installed 2GB of RAM from this vendor. Have not had one blue screen of death post installation, additionally this RAM wouldn't work with previously installed RAM because the old RAM was faulty. Highly recommend RAM from this vendor 5Fails I purchased this in April (2X 1 GB) and I checked it out on sights (2X) to make sure it was proper memory for my desktop and as of Oct. 1X 1 GB has failed and is trash as I ran test to find failure in computer then switched both memory cards from the computer from the computer they was purchased for to another compatible computer and same results but once I pulled the proper card all was fine but now I am a GIG short making for a slow computer. I guess the lifetime warranty is over as its lifetime is over and not sure how to get tech support for this as its past 30 day Amazon guarantee. I will try looking into it though and if they stand behind it will update review. 1Generic RAM from multiple chip vendors I have an older AMD Athlon X2 computer with 4 memory slots and 2 x 1 GB memory already installed. I bought 2 of these sets to try to top off the memory at 4 gb. The two sets I bought were not identical. One had Samsung chips, the other set had Buffalo chips (yes that's the name, it's not a joke). The Buffalo chips tested just fine with Memtest 5.01. Unfortunately, when I combined those DIMMS with the existing 2 GB G.Skill memory, I couldn't get the computer (using Memtest) to recognize more than 2.8 Gigabytes of memory no matter how I configured the memory.The other set of memory with Samsung chips kept giving me Memtest errors and were not reliable in the X2 computer at all. However, I was able to use them in a different (really old) Athlon XP machine where they worked fine.The price of this memory is ridiculously cheap so it was worth the gamble and, although I was not able to use it for it's intended purpose, they do work and I will keep the DIMMs. 4Works fine, but results not as good as expected. As far as I can tell through simple observation, the memory works just fine. It was recognized by Windows and booted just fine. I have no desire to run any sort of formal performance tests to insure that it is working as advertised.The memory was installed on a very old Windows XP system that only had 512MB of RAM. I figured 4 times as much RAM would show dramatic speed/response time differences. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case. I'm not sure if there's some other component of the hardware that's holding it back, as I don't think it's the software. When I went from 1 GB to 2 GB on an Asus Netbook (1001PXD) running Windows 7, the speed/response nearly doubled.Anyway, the response times were as follows:Mintues:Seconds 512MB 2GBTime to boot: 3:15 3:15Time to shutdown: 10:10 6:04Firefox Start: 2:56 1:00 5Great price and great performance. Our central PC running XP at our business is pretty old. It is rocking a budget celeron CPU which runs hot and 1GB of PC-2100 ram (originally only 512mb). The original builder probably spent quite a bit to build it a few years ago but it has all low-end stuff in it. Needless to say, the performance has always been awful and gotten worse in the past few years.It is amazing to see the price difference years later. 2GB of PC-2700 ram at $7.05 looked like a steal to me. Programs open up faster and transitioning between screens is so much quicker.Newegg is selling a Core 2 Duo (refurbished) that probably sold for $250 years ago for only $17.99. Including the heatsink/fan and this ram purchase, this machine will be running smooth for under $50 in upgrades. 5Adding 4 GB of this actually slowed computer down and seemed to disable network. Should have known the price was too good to be true. My first warning was that even though I ordered 2 sets of the same 2 GB kit, I received 2 physically different sets of chips. I installed them and the computer booted and recognized the memory just fine. However, it ran like molasses in winter, much slower than with the original 2 GB. Some programs would not even load. Also, oddly, the network connection did not work. At first I assumed this was unrelated, but when I put the original 2 GB back it worked fine. I put the new 4 GB back and again, no network. Back to the original 2 GB, network is fine. Go figure.Maybe I just got a bad batch, maybe one of the styles I got has issues, I really have no idea, but I think this stuff is either old or factory seconds. I've been building computers for years so I'm pretty sure it wasn't anything I did. Anyway, it's going back for a refund. 2Excellent customer service from A-Tech When my original order came I had a problem in that the memory would not be "seen" by my old computer and would not POST. I tried everything but nothing would work. I made a call to the A-Tech support line and spoke with a very nice fellow (I believe his name was Robert) and told him of the problem I was having. He told me he would send out replacement memory and would include a postage-paid return envelope so that I could return the "bad" memory. I had the replacement memory within a couple of days and, when installed, they worked like a charm.I am very happy with my purchase and am especially so with the customer service I received from Robert and A-Tech. Thanks! 4New Life to old Hardware! Works flawlessly on my old Gaming PC build from 2006. I stopped using it because it would randomly freeze and it would take forever to recover after it.. I never thought it would have been the dead/defective RAM sticks all this time. Swapped these new sticks of DDR1 PC3200 and it booted up fine like it was yesterday. I highly recommend these if you plan on doing what i did to old hardware. GLHFRockin' that old school Intel Pentium D @ 3GHz, Intel mATX MB, A-Tech 2GB PC3200, MSI AMD R7 250, Antec 750Watt PSU, Cooler Master Case 5
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Description
  • 1GB DDR PC2700 DESKTOP Memory Module (184-pin DIMM 333MHz)
  • Genuine A-Tech Brand
  • Lifetime Warranty!
  • 184-pin DIMM 333MHz
  • Toll Free Technical Support
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good RAM, great price It's probably not very likely anyone would need DDR memory in this day and age, but sometimes you just want to fire up an old machine. I found the first PC I ever built and needed DDR RAM for it since it had everything except working RAM. I have never heard of A-Tech, but decided to give it a try since they were the only option available on Amazon. The PC booted up with no problems and now I have a working computer from 2003. These modules also have lifetime warranty, so that's a nice touch. 5Perfect RAM for my system... Perfect for the Dell Dimension 8300... I had a desktop that was literally collecting dust in the garage - so I decided to boot it up and see if I could use it as a file storage system. Unfortunately, it only had 512kb memory and would not update... So, I decided to use the A-Tech RAM to bump it up. At first installed 2Gb (in addition to the 512kb) - the system started connecting online and updating - I was very happy. Since I know I am limited to 4Gb on this XP machine, I decided to ditch the 512kb and add another 2Gb from A-Tech. With the 4Gb - well, let's just say, this dinasour is roaring. It works so well, I might have to do the same with another 2 machines I have laying around.I did have to make sure that I was purchasing the right type of memory - there have been many changes since the Dimension several years ago and I know I have several systems at home with several "different" RAM requirements in terms of size (PINs), speed etc... Doesn't hurt to do some homework on the machine before ordering - it certainly help me. 5Excellent low cost RAM Works great for the price, will likely be buying another kit in the near future - as in this month. Have had this RAM installed for over a month and have not noticed any errors. This RAM ended up replacing 2GB of RAM from a different vendor which was purchased new last year to support upgrading to Windows 7 but was giving errors resulting in system crashes / blue screens of death periodically. Since the crashes were sporadic, the installation of Windows 7 was new, and a new TV tuner video card was installed wasn't sure what was causing the sporadic blue screens of death until i purchased and installed 2GB of RAM from this vendor. Have not had one blue screen of death post installation, additionally this RAM wouldn't work with previously installed RAM because the old RAM was faulty. Highly recommend RAM from this vendor 5Fails I purchased this in April (2X 1 GB) and I checked it out on sights (2X) to make sure it was proper memory for my desktop and as of Oct. 1X 1 GB has failed and is trash as I ran test to find failure in computer then switched both memory cards from the computer from the computer they was purchased for to another compatible computer and same results but once I pulled the proper card all was fine but now I am a GIG short making for a slow computer. I guess the lifetime warranty is over as its lifetime is over and not sure how to get tech support for this as its past 30 day Amazon guarantee. I will try looking into it though and if they stand behind it will update review. 1Generic RAM from multiple chip vendors I have an older AMD Athlon X2 computer with 4 memory slots and 2 x 1 GB memory already installed. I bought 2 of these sets to try to top off the memory at 4 gb. The two sets I bought were not identical. One had Samsung chips, the other set had Buffalo chips (yes that's the name, it's not a joke). The Buffalo chips tested just fine with Memtest 5.01. Unfortunately, when I combined those DIMMS with the existing 2 GB G.Skill memory, I couldn't get the computer (using Memtest) to recognize more than 2.8 Gigabytes of memory no matter how I configured the memory.The other set of memory with Samsung chips kept giving me Memtest errors and were not reliable in the X2 computer at all. However, I was able to use them in a different (really old) Athlon XP machine where they worked fine.The price of this memory is ridiculously cheap so it was worth the gamble and, although I was not able to use it for it's intended purpose, they do work and I will keep the DIMMs. 4Works fine, but results not as good as expected. As far as I can tell through simple observation, the memory works just fine. It was recognized by Windows and booted just fine. I have no desire to run any sort of formal performance tests to insure that it is working as advertised.The memory was installed on a very old Windows XP system that only had 512MB of RAM. I figured 4 times as much RAM would show dramatic speed/response time differences. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case. I'm not sure if there's some other component of the hardware that's holding it back, as I don't think it's the software. When I went from 1 GB to 2 GB on an Asus Netbook (1001PXD) running Windows 7, the speed/response nearly doubled.Anyway, the response times were as follows:Mintues:Seconds 512MB 2GBTime to boot: 3:15 3:15Time to shutdown: 10:10 6:04Firefox Start: 2:56 1:00 5Great price and great performance. Our central PC running XP at our business is pretty old. It is rocking a budget celeron CPU which runs hot and 1GB of PC-2100 ram (originally only 512mb). The original builder probably spent quite a bit to build it a few years ago but it has all low-end stuff in it. Needless to say, the performance has always been awful and gotten worse in the past few years.It is amazing to see the price difference years later. 2GB of PC-2700 ram at $7.05 looked like a steal to me. Programs open up faster and transitioning between screens is so much quicker.Newegg is selling a Core 2 Duo (refurbished) that probably sold for $250 years ago for only $17.99. Including the heatsink/fan and this ram purchase, this machine will be running smooth for under $50 in upgrades. 5Adding 4 GB of this actually slowed computer down and seemed to disable network. Should have known the price was too good to be true. My first warning was that even though I ordered 2 sets of the same 2 GB kit, I received 2 physically different sets of chips. I installed them and the computer booted and recognized the memory just fine. However, it ran like molasses in winter, much slower than with the original 2 GB. Some programs would not even load. Also, oddly, the network connection did not work. At first I assumed this was unrelated, but when I put the original 2 GB back it worked fine. I put the new 4 GB back and again, no network. Back to the original 2 GB, network is fine. Go figure.Maybe I just got a bad batch, maybe one of the styles I got has issues, I really have no idea, but I think this stuff is either old or factory seconds. I've been building computers for years so I'm pretty sure it wasn't anything I did. Anyway, it's going back for a refund. 2Excellent customer service from A-Tech When my original order came I had a problem in that the memory would not be "seen" by my old computer and would not POST. I tried everything but nothing would work. I made a call to the A-Tech support line and spoke with a very nice fellow (I believe his name was Robert) and told him of the problem I was having. He told me he would send out replacement memory and would include a postage-paid return envelope so that I could return the "bad" memory. I had the replacement memory within a couple of days and, when installed, they worked like a charm.I am very happy with my purchase and am especially so with the customer service I received from Robert and A-Tech. Thanks! 4New Life to old Hardware! Works flawlessly on my old Gaming PC build from 2006. I stopped using it because it would randomly freeze and it would take forever to recover after it.. I never thought it would have been the dead/defective RAM sticks all this time. Swapped these new sticks of DDR1 PC3200 and it booted up fine like it was yesterday. I highly recommend these if you plan on doing what i did to old hardware. GLHFRockin' that old school Intel Pentium D @ 3GHz, Intel mATX MB, A-Tech 2GB PC3200, MSI AMD R7 250, Antec 750Watt PSU, Cooler Master Case 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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