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Corsair Intros Mac Memory For The Newest Line Of Mac Pro Systems

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  1. btarunr

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    Corsair, announced today the launch of their new Mac Memory kits made especially for the newest Mac Pro desktop systems. The new Corsair Mac Memory kits are fully-buffered 800MHz solutions, available immediately in 4GB (2 x 2GB modules) DIMM kits.

    The new Corsair Memory Line for the Mac Pro is immediately available through Corsair’s authorized distributors and resellers world-wide, priced at $250 for the 4GB Mac Memory kit. Corsair memory products are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Complete customer support via telephone, email, forum and Technical Service Xpress is also available.

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    *sigh* I hate this marketing garbage. there is no such thing as Mac specific memory. Any ram conforming to Jedec specs will work just fine.
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    meh let them buy it, and let it be overpriced just like the mac users coveted box of parts
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    Agree :) But I find $250 a reasonable price for FB PC2-6400 2x 2GB kit. Use it on a Skulltrail if you like.
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    These are targeted at MacPros. MacPros are not overpriced. To build a dual cpu workstation yourself, with equivalent parts and features, it costs almost the same. If you go to Dell or any other OEM, it's more expensive to buy a dual cpu workstation, and you get less features.

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