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OWC 1867 DDR3 memory in a pinwheel

What Is the Difference Between 1866MHz and 1867MHz Speed Memory?

Memory speeds can be confusing, especially when upgrading. You may look at your “About This Mac” info and see that your iMac uses 1867MHz DDR3 modules. But when you start shopping around, you find some manufacturers are selling memory labeled...

Mac Pro models

Upgrade Your Mac Pro to Improve Performance and Compatibility

The Mac Pro has long been the choice of both amateur and professional content creators and developers who expect performance and the ability to customize their workstations. Beginning with macOS Mojave, Apple started paring back support for some Mac Pro...

A RAM Install on a 27-inch iMac through the "back door"

Tech 101: Order the Right Amount of Memory for Your New Mac

A RAM Install on a 27-inch iMac through the "back door" Now that the new iMac Pro is available, you might be thinking about getting one to speed through video editing and rendering…or just to gain bragging rights. There was...

OWC Confirms 2010 Mac Pro Dual Processor Models Can Use 64GB RAM

The OWC 'MaxRAM' Certification Program determines the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in a Mac as validated by a series of comprehensive, in-house laboratory tests. While OWC "MaxRAM" configurations exceed Apple's officially supported maximums, all OWC brand...

OWC Confirms 2010 Mac Pro Single Processor Models Can Use 32GB RAM

The OWC 'MaxRAM' Certification Program determines the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in a Mac as validated by a series of comprehensive, in-house laboratory tests. While OWC "MaxRAM" configurations exceed Apple's officially supported maximums, all OWC brand...

You CAN put 64GB RAM in your 2009 Mac Pro 8-Core!

The tried and true rule of rollercoasters: "Please remain in your seat until the ride has come to a complete stop" certainly pulled into our testing station late yesterday. We had a few more tests to run in our MaxRAM...

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