Hello MacRumors, Last week I brought my Mid 2012 13" Macbook Pro to NCIX to upgrade the RAM and install a new SSD. I upgraded to a 16gb 1600 MHz Corsair memory kit that was specifically for Apple products. The SSD that was installed was the Samsung 850 EVO 250GB. The next day my laptop was super fast BUT my Macbook would randomly restart multiple times in one day, and once rebooted, a grey screen would pop up saying "Your computer restarted because of a problem. Press a key or wait a few seconds to continue starting up". This was extremely frustrating because I could be writing a paper and the computer would randomly restart all the time. I looked online and many suggested they had similar problems with their RAM that caused the issue. Im bringing my Macbook back to NCIX later today to swap out the RAM and SSD for a new one in case they were just a bad batch. Have any of you had similar issues? Do you think it's because i installed a 16gb RAM instead of the apple recommended 8gb? Or is this a corsair issue? Do you have any recommended RAM brands? OR do you think this is an hardware installing issue? Any suggestions or tips would be greatly appreciated. Cheers.