What ram to get in Europe?

Willy S

macrumors 6502
Original poster
May 8, 2005
I was going to buy from crucial for my iMac G5 rev A but they have raised their prices while others have lowered theirs. So I wonder what are possible alternatives?


Moderator emeritus
Mar 10, 2004
Bergen, Norway
I've had TwinMOS RAM in two Pismos and an iBook without any problems. TwinMOS is usually slightly cheaper than Crucial. I also think Corsair is a decent brand, but I've never tried it.


macrumors G4
Have a look at Kingston and some of their resellers. I got a good deal on Apple-specified RAM 512MB for an iBook from ebuyer £46 rather than the £72 that Crucial wanted tho Crucial were cheaper for a GB.

I'd cut and paste the Crucial part number for your Mac and the Kingston memory number for your Mac and then go to Kelkoo or Dealtime and run a search on it to find out which store is cheapest.