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Discussion in 'iMac' started by kinster, Oct 17, 2015.
Where are UKers buying their memory from?
Direct form Curcial usually.
Yeah I checked there and it's not listed yet.
Odd, they have the SSD's listed, but no memory. Maybe they are waiting to confirm the specs.
This is what i've got on my amazon wishlist at the moment, for when i buy the new iMac in a couple of weeks:
I've tried to piece together as much info as i could from the US purchasers, and it seems to be the same thing that they've been getting from amazon.com.
I BELIEVE this RAM is CL10, but this info isn't listed on crucial's website for some reason, but it is 1866 MHz, so should be a similar performance to the memory Apple provides.
I'll be keeping an eye on this thread to see if anyone else has any other suggestions, otherwise will post once i've got the new iMac and RAM installed in a few weeks time.
They've got it in stock at mrmemory.co.uk, like I said.
If you're getting only 8GB it might be worth getting it from mrmemory (not sure how much they charge postage), but they don't do a 16GB package by the looks, so for that, the amazon.co.uk price seems to be better.
Right, yes - good point. I bought two 8GB sticks so that didn't occur to me.