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Kingston 2GB 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory For Apple iMac

Kingston 2GB 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory For Apple iMac (Kingston: KTA-MB800/2G)
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Kingston 2GB 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Memory For Apple iMac Model KTA-MB800/2G
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Kingston 2GB 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory For Apple iMac
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Rating: 9/10
With 16 User Reviews
Zulu
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Review Date: 08/29/13
Comment:
It functions. Adequate stated. None. Be cautious when installing this in an iMac to get the notch in the appropriate position.
Gary
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Review Date: 06/09/13
Comment:
Was much less expensive than buying from apple. My IMAC24 had the the slots filled with two 1GB Chips so I had to waste 1. and I'm at 3gb rather of four. I'm gonna grab an additional one of these later two max it out at 4gb.
Unity
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Review Date: 04/14/13
Comment:
Straightforward to set upDon't have to configure anythingLets me have a lot more applications open at the same time, no much more page outs or swap. (: - Utilized this on an early 2008 20" iMac (iMac8,1). Went from 1 GB RAM to 3 GB RAM. (:
Gilles
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Review Date: 04/06/13
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Simple to set up. Extremely affordable price. Operates great. Big difference. Do a lot of perform with pictures and applications run significantly more rapidly. Seriously?!? its only that a lot for 2 much more gigs of RAM. None so far. I was reading the critiques. 1 mentioned this would not work on the 24in. You require to verify the generation of iMac you have. Current iMacs (early 2009) run off a DDR3. The early 08 iMacs run off a DDR2. It does if installed in the proper generation. Newer generations (early 2009) in both 20in & 24in run 1066MHz DDR3 (PC3-8500) and the early 2008 in both 20inቴin run 800MHz DDR2 (PC2-6400). So make positive you confirm your model # and serial quantity against the apple site to see which generation you have. Or less complicated just check the specs of the existing program by opening program profiler and picking memory. Match up the specs and viola. A lot more ram that works wonderful for a great price tag.
Benito
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Review Date: 02/16/13
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Operates, Effortless to Install, My mac's a lot more rapidlyOne more factor: The apple genius I bought my mac from, told me to get memory online since its cheaper. none Excellent job newegg- came in 3 days
Sandro
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Review Date: 06/13/12
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Chips were unopened, but Kingston chips have always been 1st class in my experience. Nonetheless, it looks like they will not be returnable, even unopened so beware. Check with Kingston. According to Kingston Tech Assistance these chips are NOT recommend for use in the Imac 24. They told me to stay with the 667 chips. ව-134-373. The information on the Newegg website is not right. I ended up taking the 1GB chips out of the Imac24 and putting two in my Macbook Pro,Intel core duo 2.0GHz. That worked fine, The Macbook will only assistance 2GB of memory. I place 4GB of 20-134-373 chips in the Imac. Worked fine.
Quynh
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Review Date: 05/06/12
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Wasn't in a position to uncover out... I was led to think by other critiques that this RAM would be compatible with my dad's iMac, which needed a RAM upgrade. He has a comparatively current model, the 20" aluminum and glass two.4 ghz Core 2 Duo model. Popped the RAM in, no boot.... Tried several configurations... Googled it, located some answers. Apparently this Mac doesn't help DDR2 800. Fine... Here's the stupid part. According to what I discovered, this RAM ought to also be capable of down-clocking itself to run at the speed this computer can handle. Sadly some makers are from time to time a little sloppy about making confident their SPD settings are appropriately programmed. The nitpicky Mac bios picks this up, and refuses to boot. A workaround is to have one particular stick of stock RAM, and a single of these installed, the stock SO-DIMM will force the other to run at 667 mhz. I tried it, and it worked. The computer booted, only to crash soon right after I logged in... Back it goes, gonna discover myself some slower RAM. :(
Sheehan
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Review Date: 04/28/12
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Performs fine. Fees cash.
Edison
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Review Date: 04/13/12
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Rapidly. Inexpensive. Operates with existing 512MB stick in my late ག 17" 2GHz Core two Duo iMac (Model MA590LL). Harder than hell to seat appropriately in the memory slot - which led me to think there was a thing wrong with the item. Keep trying and you'll get it. So, I've in no way replaced memory in my iMac just before, but it was tougher than my other experiences with tower desktop PCs. Once I finally tried a couple of different instances, I finally got it to take and once I replaced the memory door I haven't looked back. It surely perked up my personal computer quite a bit, apps open quicker and Aperture has finally come alive.
Platt
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Review Date: 12/13/11
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Great value for a traditional brand (Kingston). None. It worked flawlessly. No troubles with the current 1GB stick. I advise going to YouTube for videos showing how to alter the memory on a iMac. It is not difficult but a video is considerably far better than the directions on the base of the iMac.
Lupita
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Review Date: 09/30/11
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Uncomplicated Install. most likely won't ever use this much memory but its nice to have just in case.
Una
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Review Date: 09/06/11
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Straightforward install and work as expected. None. I purchased two of these to replace the 1 gig cards in my 2008 24" iMac. So far, so superior.
Hazel
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Review Date: 08/24/11
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I bought this for my girlfriend's imac, popped it in and it worked like a charm. Her personal computer is running far better then ever, although prior to hand it only had 1 GB of stock ram ƒx 512mb)Lifetime warranty, works very properly, noticeable improvement if your method is running a bit laggy with opening factors. Nothing, likely will be acquiring yet another soon.
Douglass
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Review Date: 08/03/11
Comment:
Not high-priced, straightforward to put in (instructions on bottom of iMac), and makes a big distinction! None, works perfectly in the newer Core two Duo iMacs. Still can't believe how affordable this upgrade is... so worth it!Just be positive to discharge any static electricity before you touch the memory chips and begin opening up the iMac and you should be fine.
Jethro
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Review Date: 08/02/11
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effortless to install ... even for an individual like me who never ever opened a cpmputer just before! None
Alicia
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Review Date: 06/18/11
Comment:
Did precisely what it was supposed to do. Increasing from two to 4 gb of memory improved the speed of my Intel iMac (alluminum/glass model). None but.
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Product Features

All Kingston memory modules must perform properly to ensure maximum performance. Therefore, Kingston has developed an industry leading quality process to ensure that Kingston memory delivers superior quality, performance, and 100% compatibility with the computing system.

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Kingston
Model KTA-MB800/2G
Type 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM
Compatibility
Compatibility Apple iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 20-inch/24-inch 2.4 3.06 GHz (Early 2008)
Capacity 2GB
Speed DDR2 800 (PC2 6400)
Voltage 1.8V
Heat Spreader No
Features Mfgr's System P/N's: MB323LL/A; MB324LL/A; MB325LL/A
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts Lifetime limited
Labor Lifetime limited

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