A chunk of us are just used to ordering from them I think. They used to be one of the best places to get Mac-compatible RAM on price, with good customer service, and wouldn't go "but you put this in a Mac, we don't support that" like Crucial used to do back in the day. Things have changed a lot since 2010 or so, for sure.Why is everyone running to OWC? Nemix RAM is much cheaper and works like a charm in my 7,1. I got a 192GB kit and left the 32GB factory memory in it. Works perfectly.
How do you allocate the ram to the 12slots for the total 192GB kit + 32GB factory(total in 224GB)?Why is everyone running to OWC? Nemix RAM is much cheaper and works like a charm in my 7,1. I got a 192GB kit and left the 32GB factory memory in it. Works perfectly.
I've checked out their site. I'm not seeing a 64GB option. So I've contacted them about the possibility of that size RAM at 1867 MGZ which would match my current 32GB RAM purchased in 2015 from OWC. Thanks for the tip!As posted before, my RAM supplier for over 30 years now has been:
DMS specializes in 100% Compatible Apple Memory Upgrades. RAM for MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iMac & earlier models, all offered with a lifetime warranty.www.datamemorysystems.com
They are Mac specialists and their RAM carries a LifeTime guarantee. In all that time, I have never had a stock fail.
Memory prices usually follow a high-low-high price cycle.I wonder why? Are older models more difficult to find memory for?
Wow, good price. I'm going to give them a call Monday just to double check it works in my Late 2015 iMac. Thanks for the help!!!^^^^This?
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