Komputerbay MACMEMORY Apple 4GB Kit (2x 2GB) PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2 SODIMM for iMac and Macbook Memory | Apple Mac Training UK

Komputerbay MACMEMORY Apple 4GB Kit (2x 2GB) PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2 SODIMM for iMac and Macbook Memory

While at first glance, it may be in your best interest to shop around. Know that when you purchase RAM from Komputerbay, you’re getting Grade-A brand name computer memory. Cheap computer memory, while possibly being compatible, can cause system crashes, error codes in your computer, and even damage to your motherboard! Other sellers may offer you similar looking products for a few cents or a dollar less, but here’s the scoop on why: they sell cheap-grade memory and they don’t test the modules before shipping! This ends up costing you time and money. Trust when you buy from Komputerbay, you are getting top of the line product from a top of the line company.
We test every module before it leaves the building, and back all of our purchases up with a LIFETIME WARRANTY!

PC2-5300/PC2-5400 (667MHz)
DDR2
200 Pin
Laptop Memory Upgrade
Non ECC
Non parity
Unbuffered
Lifetime Warranty

Product Features

  • Komputerbay Apple 4GB Kit (2x 2GB Modules) PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2 SODIMM iMac and Macbook Memory
  • This memory is designed for the following systems: iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 17-inch CD (Late 2006), iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 20-inch (Mid 2007)
  • iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 24-inch (Mid 2007), MacBook Pro 15.4-inch 2.2GHz/2.4GHz/2.6GHz, and MacBook Pro 17-inch 2.4GHz/2.6GHz
  • Compatible with macs that support 4GB DDR2 200PIN memory
  • Lifetime Warranty

2 thoughts on “Komputerbay MACMEMORY Apple 4GB Kit (2x 2GB) PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2 SODIMM for iMac and Macbook Memory

  1. Jim

    Good Generic RAM Bought 8GB as 2x4GB chips as I am short of cash and this was the cheapest DDR2 PC5300 RAM I could find, I was a bit nervous but the RAM arrived in reasonable time and has bedded in well. I can not identify the chips or the boards so this is truly generic RAM, the manufacturer does not even show up in CPU-Z :) However it passed every test I could run and I ran the full suite of Lenovo RAM tests on this memory.I also ran speed tests on my old RAM before inserting the new chips and the results were identical for old and new so all in all I am very happy.It’s now a week later and I am running several Virtual Machines on my laptop and taking full advantage of the extra RAM, I am running VMware Server on a Windows 7 64 bit host and have a Windows Server 2008 R2 VM running at the same time as 2 Ubuntu VM installations and still have RAM to spare for the host operating system, so I am pretty sure that the full address space available is being well tested…

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