|Oct 28, 2007, 11:49 PM||#1|
Hi, my family has an eMac that I'm looking to beef up with more RAM. It is an 800MHz model that uses PC133 RAM. It currently has a 128MB + 256MB setup in its 2 slots for 384MB total. I'm going to buy two 512MB sticks to give it its full 1GB max. Are either of these good? Any preference of one over the other, Kingston vs. Crucial?
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|Oct 28, 2007, 11:52 PM||#2|
I don't like the ValueRAM in Macs
Here are the proper Kingston KTA-G4133/512 and the Crucial models which are guaranteed compatible with your machine, or for $53 you can get the right RAM from Data Memory Systems
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