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Best price I've managed to find so far...
as always, this may not be for everyone etc etc!
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mikecj#1
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I choose this delivery option because I need it for Wednesday 13th / Thursday 14th at the latest.
(and I'm too tight to choose the Next Day service!)
ehpablo#4
cracking price for mac book ram
mattgrant#6
Bit new to Apple. How easy to fit?
marktime#7

No difference, same spec different manufacturer, both with a good reputation so might as well go for cheapest option.

This will fit any standard DDR3 laptop that will allow for 2x4Gb modules btw, if you're not sure if it will be compatible don't forget youcan use Crucial.com's configurator tool on their homepage which will tell what your particular model can take.
Chinny_racoon 1 Like #8
mattgrant
Bit new to Apple. How easy to fit?

Unscrew back, unplug old ram, plug in new ram and screw cover back on.
brokenarrow#9
Does anyone know if this will work with my DELL Studio 1557 (i7 cpu).

Many thanks
brokenarrow#10
out of stock now. gutted!
Greedo#11
Chinny_racoon
mattgrant
Bit new to Apple. How easy to fit?
Unscrew back, unplug old ram, plug in new ram and screw cover back on.
Had trouble unscrewing the final screw on my MBP. Totally threaded it in the ended. Gah.

Still, 8Gb makes it run dreamy.
logix88#12
Will this work with Macbook Pro 13" Early 2011 i5 2.3ghz?
Chinny_racoon#13
logix88
Will this work with Macbook Pro 13" Early 2011 i5 2.3ghz?

Yes.
Burqan#14
marktime
No difference, same spec different manufacturer, both with a good reputation so might as well go for cheapest option.This will fit any standard DDR3 laptop that will allow for 2x4Gb modules btw, if you're not sure if it will be compatible don't forget youcan use Crucial.com's configurator tool on their homepage which will tell what your particular model can take.


Thanks for that, i was trying to spot the difference between the technical specs between the 2 and the only thing i could spot is the following:

Crucial Memory: PC3-10600
Corsair Memory: PC310666

Sincere apologies for my ignorance, but does that mean anything? Thanks in advance for your help

BTW the Corsair is back in stock.
johnyboy45#15
anyone know cheap ram for macbook 2010 that not 1333MHz but 1066MHz?
Agharta#16
johnyboy45
anyone know cheap ram for macbook 2010 that not 1333MHz but 1066MHz?

Faster RAM is backward compatible so you can go with 1,333MHz; the system will automatically set it to 1,066.
NezumiiroShinobi#17
DAMN IT D: i need some ram
Burqan#18
[/quote]No difference, same spec different manufacturer, both with a good reputation so might as well go for cheapest option.This will fit any standard DDR3 laptop that will allow for 2x4Gb modules btw, if you're not sure if it will be compatible don't forget youcan use Crucial.com's configurator tool on their homepage which will tell what your particular model can take.[/quote]Thanks for that, i was trying to spot the difference between the technical specs between the 2 and the only thing i could spot is the following:Crucial Memory: PC3-10600Corsair Memory: PC310666Sincere apologies for my ignorance, but does that mean anything? Thanks in advance for your helpBTW the Corsair is back in stock.[/quote]

Answer from Crucial

Thanks for your email.

The PC number refers to the type and speed of module.

The number directly after the PC shows the type of memory, for example PC2 would be DDR2 and PC3 would be DDR3 respectively. If there is no number after PC then this would be DDR memory. DDR3 is the latest generation of memory and this is what most new computers will ship with.

After the dash the speed will be displayed. To use your example, PC3-10600 would be faster than PC3-8500, meaning the higher the number, the faster the speed.

Please let us know if we can offer additional assistance or advice.


Kind regards,
bent#19
Anyone actually received their orders? I ordered 10 days ago and nothing, just an immediate e-mail acknowledgement but no confirmation
mikecj#20
@bent
Yes received my order within 2 days. Hope you got yours ok, especially by now!

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