You know what would be nice?
A website where you type in (or select from a menu) the kind of ram modules you have left over after an upgrade, and identify what other machines in which they could be used.
I have a bunch of DDR3 1066 1gig modules... pretty much useless to me. I'd love to pop...
My mid 2012 MacBook Pro has developed a problem where one RAM slot is only working intermittently. I can't afford the $600+ for a replacement logic board. WIll it work if I upgrade the good-side RAM chip to 4 or 8 GB and leave the other side empty?
Any other suggestions?
This was taken out of my Imac 27" Core2Duo 3.06Ghz mac. Original apple RAM set from Hynix. Works in either imacs, macbooks or macbook pros...just make sure that your model is compatible with this.
Asking for $40 or best reasonable offer.
apologies if this has been asked already...
I have filled my 4 gb macbook with video, music and pics...
It was recommended that i get an external hard drive, so I'm counting on all the mac geniuses on this forum to help me out ;0) ...
What make and model do you guys recommend?...
I have 4x 1GB ram chips pulled from mine and a friends aluminum macbook. These are the original stock sticks from Apple.
They are 1066 PC3 8500 sticks
I'm in the GTA, but willing to ship if you pay the shipping fees.
Asking for $35 a pair.
Two, Apple factory-original 512 MB RAM modules for quad-core 2.0, 2.66 or 3.0 GHz Mac Pro.
The two modules are used and had been working without any problems. I have upgraded the RAM in my Mac Pro and don't need these modules any longer.
Mac Pro RAM needs to be installed in pairs...
Anybody have some RAM they want to get rid of. Looking to buy 1GB - 2 x 512MB matched modules:
PC2700 DDR SDRAM, 184-pin, 333 MHz
From System Profiler:
Size: 512 MB
Type: DDR SDRAM
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