PC Computer Memory RAM (3 products)


What is PC Memory?

Desktop PC memory stores the programmes and applications that are running on a computer including the operating system. Referred to as RAM (Random Access Memory) and installed in the PC as modules typically in banks of 4 or 8GB the more memory a computer has the more easily it can cope with multitasking.

If you're looking for new RAM, take a look at the wide range of memory we have below. With sizes and speeds available to suit every need and budget, you can be sure to find RAM to improve your build and ensure applications run quickly and smoothly.

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Crucial Ballistix Elite 8GB DDR4 4000 UDIMM

  • Speeds up to 4000 MHz(MT/s)
  • AMD® Ryzen™ Ready
  • XMP 2.0 profiles for easy setup and configuration
  • Optimized for the latest Intel® platforms

£ 135.48  inc. vat

£ 112.90 ex. vat

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Cruicial Ballistix Elite 16gb Kit Ddr4 4000 Udimm

  • Speeds up to 4000 MHz(MT/s)
  • AMD® Ryzen™ Ready
  • XMP 2.0 profiles for easy setup and configuration
  • Optimized for the latest Intel® platforms

£ 270.99  inc. vat

£ 225.82 ex. vat

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Crucial 16GB DDR3 PC3-12800 Registered ECC 1.35V 2048Meg x 72

  • 16GB DDR3L RDIMM
  • 1600 MHz
  • Factory Tested

£ 200.38  inc. vat

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£ 166.98 ex. vat

£170.82save £3.84
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Crucial Ballistix Elite 8GB DDR4 4000 UDIMM

  • Speeds up to 4000 MHz(MT/s)
  • AMD® Ryzen™ Ready
  • XMP 2.0 profiles for easy setup and configuration
  • Optimized for the latest Intel® platforms

QuickFind: 911602

Mfr part code: BLE8G4D40BEEAK

£ 135.48  inc. vat

£ 112.90 ex. vat

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Cruicial Ballistix Elite 16gb Kit Ddr4 4000 Udimm

  • Speeds up to 4000 MHz(MT/s)
  • AMD® Ryzen™ Ready
  • XMP 2.0 profiles for easy setup and configuration
  • Optimized for the latest Intel® platforms

QuickFind: 911624

Mfr part code: BLE2K8G4D40BEEAK

£ 270.99  inc. vat

£ 225.82 ex. vat

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Crucial 16GB DDR3 PC3-12800 Registered ECC 1.35V 2048Meg x 72

  • 16GB DDR3L RDIMM
  • 1600 MHz
  • Factory Tested

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Mfr part code: CT16G3ERSLD4160B

£ 200.38  inc. vat

£204.99save £4.61

£ 166.98 ex. vat

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When shopping for new RAM it's important to remember that size isn't everything. More RAM will allow you to multi-task or use larger applications more easily, however RAM is also graded on speed. Higher DDR certifications typically run more quickly, with the exact speed measured in MHz.

It's important to check you're buying RAM that is compatible with your build. The DDR version used of your new RAM must match the version supported by your motherboard, otherwise you won't be able to install it. Your motherboard will also have a maximum amount of RAM supported - double check you have enough free slots before buying an extra stick of RAM.

What is the RAM in a computer?

RAM stands for random access memory, a form of volatile memory that stores information temporarily. This can be retrieved from your system's RAM, which is much quicker than reading data from the hard drive. Once an application no longer requires this information, or the system is shut down, this information is discarded and the RAM can be reused.

What is the function of RAM?

RAM is essentially a form of high-speed, short-term memory for your system - it temporarily stores all of the data it thinks your computer might need in that moment or the near future. This means when an application or user requires this data, the system can retrieve it more quickly. Modern operating systems often pre-cache applications and data in unused RAM to improve system responsiveness.

What is ROM and RAM in computer?

The essential difference between ROM and RAM is their core purpose - RAM is intended for temporary storage in order to speed up computing processes, and therefore needs power to retain information.

ROM, including hard drives and SSDs, is non-volatile, meaning these formats store data over the long-term. Read Only Memory is necessary for storing important files, programs, and the operating system when they are not in use, so that these can be restored at a later date.

Further information from the Ebuyer blog

Check out the following articles from the Ebuyer blog for more information on PC memory: What is RAM