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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by gizmo_pony, Aug 11, 2005.
is it a must ?
Who told you that??
The new iBook uses PC2700 (333 MHz) non-ECC unbuffered DDR SODIMMs
I recommend you look at a reputable seller who tests and guarantees compatibility with your model Mac, offers a lifetime warranty and a no-cost return if it doesn't work.
someone at the applecentre told me dat ... wtf ... ermmm
thanx canadaram for the clarification ... anyway, what is ur recommendation for 1 gb stick for my new ibook ? and i am in malaysia actually ... need it fast bcoz i ll be going abroad soon ... thanx
I don't know any sources in the Far East, and you're going to have some difficulty ordering from North America, both from a payment and a shipping point of view. We receive so many fraudulent orders (stolen charge card numbers) that we no longer accept or reply to orders from Southeast Asia or Africa -- it's not worth our time to search for the one honest person out of the 500 cheats.
I would look for a memory company in your region who demonstrates they know Macs.
i am lookin for american company that offers online orders and paying using wire transfer ...
Crucial.com accepts wire transfer payments. I would visit their website.
ECC has been sporadic at best in Macs, know the new XServe and IIci used ECC memory -- some other machines could use them with no ill effects in a pinch.
Can't think what else used them between the IIci and the XServe G5.
But ECC really hasn't been supported much by Apple for a long time.
Don't see why somebody would say a Mac requires ECC these days.
but their 1 gb is on backorder ...