Memory upgrade: Kingston or Kingston Apple?
Whenever I shop for RAM upgrades I find memory that fits Apple specs and memory that is for Apple. My question is - is this just a marketing ploy is is the 'Apple' memory different/better in some way?
AS an example on newegg, RAM for the Isight 17" Kingston Pt# KVR533D2N4/2G
they also carry the Kingston 'Apple" module Pt# KTA-iMac533/2G
EDIT: Thank you everyone for contributing - I don't think I have ever used Apple specific RAM, I just match the specs and go about my day. I posted this because I wanted to know if anyone had any inside information about any difference between the two modules. Why does Apple even have their own specific RAM if it's the same, and why does it have it's own pn? - if it's the same wouldn't it have the same pn? Anyone who has spent any time with an Apple machine knows how much Apple loves its little secrets. I guess I was just wondering if I have been missing out on performance or something all these years by not using Apple specific RAM.
Is this a good question?