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yes - there where "mac specific" ram's on the market, but that's history - today - the technical difference between a mac and a pc mainboard is the EFI/BIOS - the rest is very similar/identical - i have an asus eee pc that is convinced that heit is a MacBook air, my vaio p thinks that heit is a MacBook and maymy aopen digital engine is a MacBook Pro - they are using in large parts the same components.
yes - there where "mac specific" ram's on the market, but that's history - today - the technical difference between a mac and a pc mainboard is the EFI/BIOS - the rest is very similar/identical - i have an asus eee pc that is convinced that heit is a MacBook air, my vaio p thinks that heit is a MacBook and maymy aopen digital engine is a MacBook Pro - they are using in large parts the same components.
 
surely - using ultra noname ram with noname chips would always led to problems. but many noname ram's are also using nanya or hynix memory chips. using rams within the specifications of the logic board and it will work

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Original post by: markus weiher ,

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yes - there where "mac specific" ram's on the market, but that's history - today - the technical difference between a mac and a pc mainboard is the EFI/BIOS - the rest is very similar/identical - i have an asus eee pc that is convinced that he is a MacBook air, my vaio p thinks that he is a MacBook and may aopen digital engine is a MacBook Pro - they are using in large parts the same components.

surely - using ultra noname ram with noname chips would always led to problems. but many noname ram's are also using nanya or hynix memory chips. using rams within the specifications of the logic board and it will work

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