Memory manufacturers

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by opusthe2nd, Nov 22, 2005.

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    opusthe2nd

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    Who makes the memory that has an M within a circle on the decal of it??
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    Maybe Micron:)
     
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  5. macrumors 603

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    Definitely.

    It was their main (sole?) supplier in the past, and I'm pretty sure they're still a primary source, if not the only one. You can of course buy direct from Micron--the well-known Crucial is a direct-market division of Micron.
     
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    Apple has always used a variety of manufacturers. Micron is one supplier but not a majority one, Samsung supplies the bulk of the Powerbook RAM, Hynix much of the DDR DIMMs. IBM less so now than in the past. Don't know the DDR-2 suppliers yet, but I think Samsung on both Powerbook and G5 RAM, at least that's what I see the most of.
    Micron has never been the only Apple RAM supplier -- much as Crucial would like to foster that urban myth.
     

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