http://www.skroutz.gr/s/329410/Crucial-4GB-204-pin-SODIMM-DDR3-PC3-10600-memory-module.htmlfound this link with 4gb ddr3 memory modules
but i dunno if all of those meet the specs for what im looking for!
One company over-charging? Especially assuming you mean the outrageous prices apple asks for their BTO RAM. It's a relatively cheap thing to find these days. That RAM should work perfectly fine.heh, ok im just saying what might be the difference in this big price gap between those two?
Yes if that were a factor but it isn't in this case. The RAM posted in the links is exactly the same, spec wise, as what apple puts in. It's just a different company making it.but how can you figure out the price difference? might there be some other specs that make the difference? eg. speed?
I can't recall off the top of my head. If you want good quality RAM that is tested and warrantied to work with macs though I suggest OWC RAM. It's what I always install in my machines. Works just as well as Apple RAM at a fraction of the cost plus, as mentioned, it's guaranteed to work for your exact mac model.can you tell me what those specs would be?
what about number of pins? 204?