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Running out of memory on your desktop PC will adversely affect the speed and performance of your machine. That’s why it pays to buy the right desktop memory (RAM).

RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a form of data storage that allows data to be read and written in the same amount of time regardless of the order in which it is accessed. That means RAM is faster than other forms of desktop memory such as optical disks.

Another important job of your RAM is to hold information that is constantly in use by your computer (that’s because it’s faster to access this information from your RAM than your hard drive).

We stock a wide range of RAM, including DDR4 RAM as well as legacy versions such as DDR3, DDR2 and DDR options from brands including Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Adata and Patriot. RAM tends to perform better in pairs (dual-channel), or in fours (quad-channel), but you can also use RAM as a single stick. As well as stocking different size of the RAM modules, you will also find different speeds measured in MHz, such as 3200MHz and 2666MHz.

Explore all of our desktop PC memory options today.

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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (1x 32GB) 2666MHz DDR4

  • Voltage: 1.2V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 2666MHz (PC4-21300)
  • 1 x 32GB DIMM Memory
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

£133.21 inc VAT

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Crucial Ballistix RGB 16GB (2x 8GB) 3600MHz DDR4

  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3600MHz (PC4-28800)
  • 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

£80.72 inc VAT

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Kingston FURY Beast 16GB (1x 16GB) 3200MHz DDR4

  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
  • 1 x 16GB DIMM Memory
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

£52.81 inc VAT

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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x 16GB) 3600MHz DDR4

  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL18
  • Speed: 3600MHz (PC4-28800)
  • 2 x 16GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

£138.81 inc VAT

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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x 16GB) 3200MHz DDR4

  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
  • 2 x 16GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

was £160.49, save £37.03

£123.46 inc VAT

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