Powerbook

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by TheWitePony, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. macrumors regular

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    I just purchased a Tibook and I would eventually like to get some more RAM for it. I was wondering what is the best place to get RAM?
     
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    britboy

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    A good place that I usually use is Crucial. If you're in the states, then just go to crucial.com and select your memory size (144-pin).
     
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    zim

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    vollspacken

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    Has anyone ever bought memory from OWC? They are selling 512MB SODIMM memory for a 12" powerbook for $82, over $50 less than crucial. Does anyone have any experience with OWC's memory? It doesn't seem to be brand name.

    I personally generally buy only Crucial or Kingston memory.. those are my top two favorites.. :)
     
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    idea_hamster

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    The last time I was buying RAM (Sept?) I read somewhere that the person who was the chief architech of Photoshop used EDGE memory.

    I bought Edge from ClubMac. It was not the most (nor the least) expensive and has worked perfectly ever since (Zero kernel panics).
     
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    Kwyjibo

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    I use memory from coast2coast meory and it works great coast2coastmemory.com they are also 18004memory.com
     
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    tazo

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    i agree. they are top notch quality, not very expensive, and they offer free shipping usually.
     

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