What's a Hynix...

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  1. rdowns Suspended

    rdowns

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    and what the hell is it doing in my RAM slot? That is the 512 stick Apple shipped in my computer.

    Installed a Crucial 512 stick via newegg and had kernel panics and had to remove it.

    Now what?
     
  2. Elan0204 macrumors 65816

    Elan0204

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    Hynix is a company that makes RAM. Google it, it's not that hard.

    Here's a link for you though.

    What is it doing in your RAM slot? You ordered a 512MB stick of RAM from Apple, and that is what they gave you. What's the concern? Other people have reported getting Hynix RAM, too. And, you should be happy about it too, as people have reported success in getting a 128 bit bus when pairing a Crucial chip with their Hynix chip. Unlike what I got when pairing a Crucial/Micron chip with the Micron chip I got from Apple. Go figure... :(

    Also, why the double post?
     
  3. rdowns thread starter Suspended

    rdowns

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    Didn't think this post went through. Experienced kernel panic when sending it.

    (mods, feel free to delete)
     
  4. Elan0204 macrumors 65816

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    Better go post my above post in that thread too then. In case others also wonder what Hynix is afer this thread is gone...
     

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