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Corsair Launches Mac Memory DDR2-667 SODIMM Product Family for Apple PCs

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  1. malware New Member

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    Corsair, a worldwide leader in high performance computer products, today launched Mac Memory, their first memory DDR2-667 SODIMM products to support Apple PCs. Three products were announced today, the 1GB upgrade module, the 2GB upgrade kit (two 1GB modules) and the 3GB upgrade kit (one 1GB module and one 2GB module). The 1GB upgrade module and 2GB upgrade kit are compatible with the MacBook family, MacBook Pro family, and Intel-based versions of the iMac. The 3GB upgrade kit is compatible only with the MacBook Pro family and those models of iMac’s supporting up to 3GB of system memory.

    “Apple’s hardware and software products are making it simple for users to create and edit their digital memories, such as their home videos and photo albums. Hence, users need all the performance they can squeeze out of their systems to create those items fast,” said Richard Hashim, Director of Product Marketing at Corsair. “Adding system memory is a really effective way to improve performance. Corsair’s Mac Memory product family is the choice for upgrading the MacBook, the MacBook Pro and the iMac family of products.”

    The Mac Memory SODIMMs allow users to maximize memory bandwidth and minimize performance bottlenecks to deliver a superior user experience. Built to Corsair’s legendary quality and reliability standards, each module is tested to ensure maximum compatibility. Each Mac Memory module is individually tested and certified to run at 667MHz and be compatible with Apple products.

    Mac Memory Product Features/Specifications:
    • DDR2-667 SODIMMs
    • 1GB upgrade module and 2GB upgrade kit are compatible with the MacBook, the MacBook Pro, and Intel-based versions of the iMac
    • 3GB upgrade kit is compatible with the MacBook Pro, and the models of the iMac supporting 3GB of system memory
    • Lifetime warranty

    Corsair Mac Memory products are available immediately through Corsair’s authorized distributors, resellers, retailers and e-tailers. The introductory MSRP for the 1GB upgrade module, 2GB upgrade kit, and the 3GB upgrade kit are $119.99, $239.99, and $679.99 respectively. Corsair Mac Memory products are backed by a lifetime warranty and complete customer support via telephone, email, forum and TechSupport Xpress troubleshooting guide. For more information on Corsair Mac Memory, please visit http://www.corsair.com.


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    Is it just me or is mac memory still more expensive?
  3. FujiwaraTakumi New Member

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    Is it me, or does $119.99 + $239.99 != $679.99, because 1GB + 2GB = 3GB
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    Wile E Power User

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    3GB upgrade is one 1GB stick and one 2GB stick. You pay a premium for that 2GB sodimm, just as you would for a pc laptop.

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