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Topic # 106688 29-Jul-2012 20:42
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Any idea when 16gb Ram Single Module will be available for desktop and notebooks, and no I don't mean 8gb X2 Sticks.

Just curious , not like i would ever need 16gb x2 ram.

I know It is available for Servers.

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  Reply # 663764 29-Jul-2012 21:52
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http://pricespy.co.nz/category.php?k=980#rparams=ss=16gb%20ddr3

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  Reply # 663769 29-Jul-2012 22:08
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  Reply # 663786 29-Jul-2012 23:50
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16GB DIMMS are available know I believe. I'm presumign most are quad rank so check your memory controller supports it.







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  Reply # 664040 30-Jul-2012 15:23
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im assuming not for laptops yeah ?

thanks for the info :)





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  Reply # 664059 30-Jul-2012 16:13
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I stopped buying RAM when Apple started soldering them on. Can't wait for my 16GB MacBook pro.

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  Reply # 667444 4-Aug-2012 13:48
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khull: I stopped buying RAM when Apple started soldering them on. Can't wait for my 16GB MacBook pro.


I can't decide if you are taking the piss or not :-)




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  Reply # 667462 4-Aug-2012 14:30
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Mark:
khull: I stopped buying RAM when Apple started soldering them on. Can't wait for my 16GB MacBook pro.


I can't decide if you are taking the piss or not :-)


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  Reply # 667546 4-Aug-2012 17:10
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Same Goes for the Macbook Pro Retina Display .




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