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2GB Dual-channel: 2 x 1024MB DDR2 800MHz PC6400

CODE: MMR-DDR2-800-2x1024

Price : Cad$65.00

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DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of...[more]
 

1GB Dual-channel: 2 x 512MB DDR2 667MHz PC5300

CODE: MMR-DDR2-667-2x512

Price : Cad$69.59

10 days
DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of...[more]
 

2GB Dual-channel: 2 x 1024MB DDR2 667MHz PC5300

CODE: MMR-DDR2-667-2x1024

Price : Cad$72.00

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Two matched-pair PC5300 667MHz memory modules will be installed into your system for Dual-Channel access mode. Two Gigabytes of RAM is the sweet spot for today's systems, as it is great for Windows XP mega-tasking while more than satisfying Vista's increased memory appetite.
 

2GB Corsair XMS2 2 x 1024MB dual-channel 800MHz PC-6400 CAS5 DDR2

CODE: MMR-DDR2-Corsair-2GB

Price : Cad$77.99

10 days
DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of pins), voltage and DRAM technology. DDR2 memory modules have a different key or notch than the same-sized DDR modules to prevent their insertion into an incompatible memory socket.
 

2GB Dual-channel: 2 x 1024MB DDR2 800MHz PC6400 Corsair XMS2

CODE: MMR-DDR2-Corsair-2GB

Price : Cad$78.31

10 days
DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of pins), voltage and DRAM technology. DDR2 memory modules have a different key or notch than the same-sized DDR modules to prevent their insertion into an incompatible memory socket.
 

Patriot Viper Extreme Performance 4GB DDR2 2X2GB PC2-6400 DDR2-800 CL 4-4-4-12 Memory

CODE: MMR-DDR2-PAT-4GB

Price : Cad$79.99

10 days
  • Extreme Performance PC2-6400 (800MHz)
  • Low Latency (4-4-4-12)
  • Equipped Patriot Viper Heat Shields with integrated ACC (Aluminum Copper Composite) technology
  • 100% Tested and Verified
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • RoHS Compliant
  • EPP Ready
  • Tested and compatible with Intel P35 and Nvidia 680i
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    4GB Dual-channel: 2 x 2048MB DDR2 800MHz PC6400

    CODE: MMR-DDR2-800-2x2048

    Price : Cad$91.00

    10 days
    DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of...[more]
     

    4GB Corsair XMS2 2 x 2048MB dual-channel 800MHz PC-6400 CAS5 DDR2

    CODE: MMR-DDR2-Corsair-4GB

    Price : Cad$138.99

    10 days
    DDR2 memory was developed by JEDEC, the memory industry's standards organization. DDR2 memory chips and modules use a naming convention similar to that used for the current DDR memory modules, but are not backward compatible due to incompatible module connections (number of pins), voltage and DRAM technology. DDR2 memory modules have a different key or notch than the same-sized DDR modules to prevent their insertion into an incompatible memory socket.
     

    4GB Dual-channel: 2 x 2048MB DDR2 1066MHz PC8500

    CODE: MMR-DDR2-1066-2x2GB

    Price : Cad$153.13

    10 days
    Two matched-pair PC8500 1066MHz memory modules will be installed into your system for Dual-Channel access mode. Today, four Gigabytes of RAM is the amount to last during the whole system's lifespan. The fact that these modules are 2GB each leaves room for further expansion,...[more]
     

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