Friday, April 6th 2012

G.SKILL Announces 32 GB Laptop Memory Kit for Apple iMac 2011

G.SKILL, the worldwide leading high performance memory designer, has released the 32 GB DDR3 1333 MHz laptop memory kit for Apple iMac 2011.

The G.SKILL 32 GB Mac laptop memory kit, consists of 4 matched 8 GB DDR3 sticks, has passed G.SKILL's rigorous compatibility and reliability tests with the latest Apple iMac 2011 machines for guaranteed performance. Taking the full advantage of 4 memory slots on iMac 2011 machines, G.SKILL 32 GB Mac memory kit is the best-in-class memory solution for Professional graphic, video and audio editing and other professional applications.


The new 32 GB memory kit for Apple iMac 2011 is available now through G.Skill's authorized distributors and resellers worldwide. For detailed product specification and compatibility information, please visit G.SKILL website.

All G.Skill memory products come with a lifetime warranty and the G.Skill technical team is always ready to provide consumers with complete technical support via online forums, telephone and email.
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6 Comments on G.SKILL Announces 32 GB Laptop Memory Kit for Apple iMac 2011

#2
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: Prima.Vera
Yeah...but WHY?? Why 32GB in a stupid laptop???? o.O
Read the topic and learn why...
G.SKILL Announces 32 GB Laptop Memory Kit for Apple iMac 2011
I was unaware the iMac was a laptop. That is one heavy laptop. O.o
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#3
radrok
by: Aquinus
I was unaware the iMac was a laptop. That is one heavy laptop. O.o
It's because it uses SODIMM (?) so the memory is called for laptop
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#4
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Cristian_25H said laptop instead of SO-DIMM as many people won't know what SO-DIMMs are. Plus the iMac obviously isn't a laptop.

This will please a lot of pretentious "graphic designers".
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DanTheBanjoman
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by: InnocentCriminal
Cristian_25H said laptop instead of SO-DIMM as many people won't know what SO-DIMMs are. Plus the iMac obviously isn't a laptop.

This will please a lot of pretentious "graphic designers".
So because people don't understand correct terminology the news should just say it wrong? Perhaps we should say Microsoft instead of G.SKILL as people might not know G.SKILL, and say school instead of professional because people might get confused about that as well.

Do these modules cost twice as much as the PC counterpart due to the iMac label?
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#6
Jizzler
Bah, we know what SO-DIMMs are Cristian! Been used in many devices besides laptops for decades, even in certain Cray computers.


by: InnocentCriminal
Cristian_25H said laptop instead of SO-DIMM as many people won't know what SO-DIMMs are. Plus the iMac obviously isn't a laptop.
Without a picture, I thought it was one until a couple posts later. ;)
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