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Reviewer: NewbieMacLocation: Chandler, AZAge: Over 65Experience Level: Home UserOwned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5Cranks now!May 17, 2017Item arrived way sooner than expected. The OWC videos explaining the process for install were right on the money. I had just replaced the Keyboard in my MacBook Pro so, this was child's play, relatively speaking. The Mac was idle for 2 years waiting for me to get around to fixing the keyboard so was in much need of upgrades that wouldn't load because of the marginal memory. Adding the memory allowed me to upgrade the OS to Yosemite and now no more error messages when attempting to download needed software. Mac is VERY snappy now. Quicker than my abilities. No regrets here. I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos:
Reviewer: BadApple54Location: Foley, AlabamaAge: 45-54Experience Level: IT ProfessionalOwned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5fits! works!April 25, 2017OWC made it easy to find and order appropriate ram chips. Items were shipped right away and arrived in less than a week. The ram chips were easy to install and the Mac system recognized them without problems. I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 4.0GB (2x 2GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos:
Reviewer: MoDezignLocation: Crystal Lake, ILAge: 45-54Experience Level: Power UserOwned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5Mac RAM great price, came quickly, worked great!April 13, 2017I am a graphic designer, and my 2012 iMac was running extremely slow, making it difficult to complete jobs in a timely fashion. I was referred to MacSales from a friend who actually works there, after explaining the issues I was having. I ordered 16 GB of ram memory to install and hopefully resolve the problem. The price was excellent, and the product was received quickly without any issues. The RAM was installed easily, and I immediately saw an amazing increase in speed and efficiency, especially running my Adobe CS programs. The experience for me was excellent, and I would recommend MacSales completely for any Mac related items. They even sell refurbished Macs at a great price, and guarantee them. I have to say MacSales is my new favorite store! I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos:
Reviewer: LuminousVelocityLocation: Brooklyn, NYAge: 35-44Experience Level: IT ProfessionalOwned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5Worked like a charmApril 13, 2017Got a MB Pro from Ebay, noticed the memory was not as advertised. 4 gigs compared to the advertised 8 gigs. Popped over to Everymac for the specs and OWC for the parts. Got them in, replaced the 4 gigs, and suddenly it was like having air in the systems lungs. No need to free up memory ever 10 minutes, and can still work at the same time if I need to do so. Thanks OWC. I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos:
Reviewer: parsleymomLocation: marylandAge: 55-65Experience Level: Home UserOwned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5Quick ServiceApril 10, 2017I ordered this to increase the RAM on my iMac. I am relatively comfortable with computers, but had never attempted before to change memory or other hardware. The item was perfect, easy to install and my computer now works like new! I would recommend this item to a friend!Customer Videos:
Reviewer: SkilosLocation: CTAge: 45-54Experience Level: IT ProfessionalOwned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5RAMM that deliversApril 9, 2017Upgraded an older MacBookPro8,2 early 2011 MBP. I like the older ones they still have all the ports. Had only 4GB. bumped up to 16GB with Mac Sales "16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit". Big difference, Photoshop and AutoCad gobble up RAM. noticed the speediness right away. Install was straight forward as usual.
Next up a nice SSD from MacSales, and we are off and running. This thing should be flying when i'm done. MacSales quality parts at good prices. My go to spot.
Rating: 5/5AmazingApril 7, 2017After carefully selecting the correct product to match the model and capabilities of my Mac, the upgrade to this RAM improved the speed of my machine 10 fold. The service was streamlined and wonderful. My product arrived a day before expected. The instructional video was all I needed to complete the repair in about 15 minutes. I would highly recommend OWC products to anyone looking to upgrade their machine. I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos:
Reviewer: MikeDelightedAge: 45-54Experience Level: Home UserOwned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5Macbook8,1 (Early 2011, 2.3Ghz) Runs Like New!March 14, 2017This review is for both the 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz Memory Upgrade (OWC1333DDR316P) and the Solid State Drive Kit (OWCY3SSD6E480) which includes the OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD 480GB drive. These were installed in a Apple Macbook Pro (Macbook8,1 – Early 2011 2.3Ghz; which had the original 4GB of memory and 320 Gig HDD with approximately 38 GB free, and macOS Sierra 10.12.3). I also did a clean install of MacOS Sierra as was recommended in the OWC/Macsales help guides.
Prior to upgrading I was extremely frustrated with the computer and was ready to buy a new mac. All of my applications took forever to open (>1 minute to open any one application was common, sometimes 2-3 minutes when other applications were open). Also, I was getting the spinning beach ball/pinwheel of death continuously during normal use, and any time I had more than a few browser tabs open and/or more than one application (like Word or Excel). I was NOT doing any kind of truly heavy lifting like photo or graphics editing. As a result, I even tested for viruses or malware thinking that there was no way the computer could be running this slow otherwise.
However, after checking the Activity Monitor (memory tab) for memory utilization it became clear that it was maxed and that there was a lot of disk swapping going on to manage the lack of memory. Checking the same after the upgrade, I’m regularly seeing 12GB of ‘Memory Use:’ of the 16GB available. This is occurring, for example, when I am typing this review, and have Chrome open with 16 tabs open (many news articles), also Excel, Word, and a cloud storage application. All of these are essentially idle while I’m typing, but nonetheless, 12 GB of memory used—this is not a technical analysis, but surely with only 4GB previously, this must explain the beach ball of death?
Immediately after performing both upgrades, and completing the clean install of macOS Sierra and transferring over my data from the old HDD, I tried an experiment: I clicked to open Chrome, Firefox, Word, and Excel one after another as quickly as I could. Previously, opening even two of these at once caused my macbook to choke, in this case all of them opened in <30 seconds. Incredible difference.
In summary, my macbook is running like a brand new computer, and I highly recommend this upgrade path for anyone who has a similar macbook. I used the helpguides available for backing up my existing drive, installing macOS Sierra and transferring the existing data to the new SSD. Also the videos on installing the memory and the hard drive, both of which was very easy to do on my mac.
Rating: 5/5WOW what a difference!February 28, 2017I purchased a new MacBookPro Touchbar over Christmas. I LOVE that machine, but I quickly realized just how slow my current 2011 MacBook Pro was. It was a i7 2.8 GHZ machine. By upgrading the memory from 4 GIG to 16 GIG and installing the 500 GIG SSD hard drive, it made the old machine also as fast as the new machine. If I would have done these upgrades first, I would have not bought the new Mac. WOW,, what a difference and very easy upgrade to do. Followed the step by step videos with NO problems. I would recommend this item to a friend!This review is from 16.0GB (2x 8GB) PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM 204 Pin CL9 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade Kit.Customer Videos: