UK deals: Now is the perfect time to upgrade your RAM as Crucial memory is up to 43% off

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If you are looking to upgrade your RAM or just looking to get some new kits and also happen to live in the UK, now is a great time as several Crucial RAM sticks are currently on discount on Amazon UK, selling for up to 34% off. Let's get into the deals one by one.

First, we have an 8GB DDR3-1600 desktop memory on sale which is discounted by 31%, thus selling at just £27.99. This deal is ideal for those still running older AMD FX systems based on Bulldozer and Piledriver architectures. Bulldozer CPUs were starved for memory bandwidth and hence adding some more for dual-channel memory will be a nice upgrade.

Another great use case for this could be for those running AMD A-series Kaveri or older AMD APUs, as dual-channel memory is always great for integrated graphics. In this regard, upgrading the RAM older Intel systems will also help if you're using an Intel GPU as your daily driver.

In case you are a laptop user, there's great news for you too as the Crucial 4GB DDR3-1600 SODIMM stick is now selling for just £16.99, at a discount of 33%. This is an excellent upgrade for older laptop users as running Windows 10 is pretty challenging on a 4GB PC. With this, not only will you get double the memory, you also get double the bandwidth.

Moving on to DDR4, we have the biggest deal on offer today in the form of the Crucial 8GB DDR4-2666 stick which is 43% off as it is currently selling for just £22.00.

Once again, this is ideal for those running slightly older systems like an Intel 6th or 7th gen, AMD Ryzen 2000 series APU or an Athlon 200GE PC, among others.

Power users also get some love today as high-capacity memory kits are also discounted by hefty percentages.

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