Macintosh Memory Upgrades
This page links users to memory upgrade options for Macintosh computers. Before you invest in more RAM, here are two programs to consider.
As a rule, Apple recommends avoiding composite SIMMs in any Macintosh. A composite SIMM is one which uses less DRAM chips, but must use additional chips for bank control, address buffering, or control signals.
Certain Macintosh models have identified problems with composite SIMMs. Some Macs simply will not recognize them, while others may work for awhile before the composite SIMMs cause problems.
Apple recommends you specify non-composite SIMMs for use in your Macintosh.
And always ground yourself before removing or installing memory in your computer.
For up-to-date memory prices, visit ramseeker
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