Thanks!Blackheart said:Just making sure you're not going to try and double that into a G5
Oh yeah, sry. I'm still not use to there being a G5 other than the PM.Trout74 said:Thanks!
But if i got he iMac i would be putting it into a G5, but I know what you were saying, you ment PM G5 I assume.
Thanks for the concern and the replies!
why not get that? 10 bucks less and i've heard good things about rosewill. does that work in an emac? if it does ill prolly pick it up. (ya, i know my sig says 768 but thats cause im getting a 512 stick for my bday that was last week, just havent ordered it yet...)
but would it work in an emac though? i wouldnt be using it to its full speed potential anyway and call me crazy but id rather have 10 bucks than marginally faster ram.Timelessblur said:the spec of that ram is a lot crappier a lot more than 10 buck crappier. I would go with the kinston ram. It a good brand that the specs are pretty good for the price.
Specs, Schmeks.Timelessblur said:the spec of that ram is a lot crappier a lot more than 10 buck crappier. I would go with the kinston ram. It a good brand that the specs are pretty good for the price.
Well I hope to God that you are wrong, because I bought some last night!!(CanadaRAM said:Geez, here we go again:
The Kingston ValueRAM (KVR) series are not guaranteed to be compatible with Macs. *Particularly* there are about half a gazillion posts here and on other fora that the KVR RAM is incompatible with the Mini.
No matter what the price, IMO it is not worth the aggravation and the lost shipping charges to buy RAM that the seller does not guarantee in writing is compatible with your model Mac.