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Discussion in 'iMac' started by harry454, Aug 8, 2008.
Which Ram maker should I get. OWC 4gb for 100 or 4Gb Samsung for 120?
Get OCZ for $80 on NewEgg.
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I recommend going with a supplier who knows Macs and will offer guaranteed compatibility, and a no-cost (no shipping, no restocking) return if it doesn't work. OWC, Data Memory Systems and Crucial are the most-recommended here on MR.
Alphaod, it would be more helpful to provide a specific link - as there are dozens of models of OCZ RAM on NewEgg that wont work in Macs, and NewEgg doesn't provide any compatibility guarantee or support. (actually, neither does OCZ, they don't list Intel Macs into their memory configurator at all)
i recommend crucial you can get 4gbs for 110 out the door
it is the best ram ive used i got recommended to from a Apple genius lol'
he lives in my house no joke
My OCZ was DOA -- one 2GB stick worked, the other didn't. YMMV.
Mushkin "PerfectMatch" for Apple 4GB @ $93 (no mail-in-rebate foolishness)
www.transintl.com is nice ram...
or maybe the techworks.
samung is the best one, is what apple uses.
my OCZ works great. $54 bucks after rebate.