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'''When it comes to RAM, best to match it all with a matched module set - ESPECIALLY MACS'''. Apple is particular about this to the point one bit it doesn’t like=POST error. You can’t mix and match with Apple… At all, generally.
 
Buy a matched 3rd party RAM setset from a company like Crucial '''(MUST be Mac memory to be sure, unless you’re a gambling man)''', keep your factory RAM for warranty purposes or buy memory from AppleApple - again, note which ones were added by you and remove them for warranty purposes but keep the stock RAM installed.
Buy a matched 3rd party RAM setset from a company like Crucial '''(MUST be Mac memory to be sure, unless you’re a gambling man)''', keep your factory RAM for warranty purposes or buy memory from AppleApple - again, note which ones were added by you and remove them for warranty purposes but keep the stock RAM installed.

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When'''When it comes to RAM, best to match it all with a matched module set - ESPECIALLY MACSMACS'''. Apple is particular about this to the point one bit it doesn’t like=POST error. You can’t mix and match with Apple… At all, generally.
When'''When it comes to RAM, best to match it all with a matched module set - ESPECIALLY MACSMACS'''. Apple is particular about this to the point one bit it doesn’t like=POST error. You can’t mix and match with Apple… At all, generally.
 
Buy a matched RAM set, keep your factory RAM for warranty purposes or buy memory from Apple.

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Original post by: Nick ,

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When it comes to RAM, best to match it all with a matched module set - ESPECIALLY MACS. Apple is particular about this to the point one bit it doesn’t like=POST error.

Buy a matched RAM set, keep your factory RAM for warranty purposes or buy memory from Apple.

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