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Topic # 88400 15-Aug-2011 15:37
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Hi all
I like to add memory to my MBP with a 4gb stick so it'll be a 2Gb+4Gb memory setup.
Would someone be able to tell me a place which has affordable and compatible memory?
Thanks

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  Reply # 506871 15-Aug-2011 15:51
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http://www.macsales.com is great...

You can find the right memory by entering some information about your Mac and get the stuff you need. Very fast shipping too.






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  Reply # 506887 15-Aug-2011 16:04
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freitasm: http://www.macsales.com is great...

You can find the right memory by entering some information about your Mac and get the stuff you need. Very fast shipping too.

Thanks for that, brilliant!
Have a good afternoon.Smile

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 520053 12-Sep-2011 16:22
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I just brought some memory for my iMac off that website you suggested.  All i can say is 'Awesome'.  Took less than a week to arrive on the cheapest shipping.  i brought 2 x 2gig sticks and it cost me NZD $50 including shipping.

Easy to install and man my iMac has increased in speed.  I'm now wondering if i should of just brought 4 x 4gig. 

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  Reply # 520055 12-Sep-2011 16:23
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Fabian: I just brought some memory for my iMac off that website you suggested.  All i can say is 'Awesome'.  Took less than a week to arrive on the cheapest shipping.  i brought 2 x 2gig sticks and it cost me NZD $50 including shipping.

Easy to install and man my iMac has increased in speed.  I'm now wondering if i should of just brought 4 x 4gig. 


Bought from AlphaCity 4x4GB DDR3 modules for my iMac and it cost me all up $140.




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  Reply # 520077 12-Sep-2011 16:56
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freitasm: Bought memory from them before so, yes, go for it.


I second Mauricio's suggestion. I used them to upgrade the memory in my 2010 Macbook Pro earlier this year. Excellent prices and fast shipping.

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