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Tag Archives: Memory

Read This Before Buying a 2020 27-inch iMac to Save Big!

There's no doubt about it. As we noted in an earlier post, Apple's new 27-inch iMac 5K for 2020 is a beast of a machine. With 10-core availability, all Solid State Drives, True Tone Retina display with a nano-texture glass option, faster GPU, T2 chip security, and up to 128 GB of RAM, you may finally be ready to make the leap into a new machine. It's completely understandable. But before you do, do yourself a favor and consider the one thing that is still user-upgradable after your purchase: the memory.

How to Make a Video: The Basics You Need to Start Creating

With many people across the world sheltering in place, we have come to rely on our content creators to fill in that void where we would normally be socializing with our families and friends, whether it’s full-length feature films or...

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...

Scared google chrome icon covering Jonathon Morris' face with a 2019 mac pro and two stacks of memory sticks

6,000 Tabs of Google Chrome vs. 1.5TB of OWC Memory. Who Will Win?

We had a simple question: What would happen if we pushed a top of the line, 28-core Mac Pro loaded with 1.5TB of OWC memory, to its limits? Which begged a second question: What exactly is the best way to do that? This latter inquiry was easy enough to answer. We just needed to reach out to our friend, Jonathan Morrison. He would know how to get to the bottom of this. What he devised was elegantly simple...

Activity Monitor – CPU & Memory

Using Activity Monitor Part 1: CPU and Memory

Activity Monitor is one of my favorite apps, although when my Mac is running as it should, I hardly ever use it. But when there’s a need to troubleshoot problems, check performance, or see if an upgrade, such as additional RAM or...

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