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Whenever I buy RAM for a friend or client, I always skip the "Mac specific" because I always saw that as a way to make more money from people that don't know that their macs run at 1066 MHz (Or lower for older macs).
 
I have always used Corsair or Crucial RAM in my computersmacs and I have not seen any problems whatsoever
I have always used Corsair or Crucial RAM in my computersmacs and I have not seen any problems whatsoever

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Original post by: Gabe ,

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Whenever I buy RAM for a friend or client, I always skip the "Mac specific" because I always saw that as a way to make more money from people that don't know that their macs run at 1066 MHz  (Or lower for older macs).

I have always used Corsair or Crucial RAM in my computers and I have not seen any problems whatsoever

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