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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Cybergypsy, Jun 18, 2007.
Used Omni and never had a problem but Crucial is less????
Both are good. Check out Datamem as well, then purchase the cheapest.
Crucial is way better. I had Omni ram and it when bad after 35 days. They don't cover after 30.
Anyone else??? Need to buy it in the morning....
Avoid Omni unless you are paying the premium for their "Multimedia optimised" memory.
go to macsales.com and its like 55 bucks for a one gig stick, factory original.
Crucial, their liftime warranty is awsome!
I had a memory module that was like 5 years old and it went bad and they honored the warranty!
I think it was pretty good. I always reccomend crucial now.
Omni seem like a bunch of scumbags. Crucial is good but a bit overpriced.
If you're interested in 2GB sticks.
Wait a few days for a better deal if you're looking for 1GB sticks. There was a deal yesterday for $20 AR per stick of OCZ.
I'm sure another will come around soon.
Crucial--the only option in my mind.
Not an Omni fan here - I have never dealt with them but their claims about their RAM are absurd - 'multimedia enhanced' 'low latency' 'Hyperformance'.
(also, check out resellerratings.com for companies you are considering buying from.)
The US companies most often recommended on MR are
Crucial (use the link at the top of this page)
Data Memory Systems (who I happen to think have the best service and products)