Other World Computing offers RAM upgrades to maximize Intel-based Mac mini

Other World Computing (OWC) is offering top tier memory upgrades for the newly announced Intel-based Apple Mac mini. Memory upgrades are in-stock and ready to ship.

The new Apple Mac mini is designed with two memory slots, factory-installed with 256MB memory modules.

To significantly boost performance, OWC offers a 1GB memory kit for $109 and a 2GB memory kit for $229. These kits include matched pairs of memory, as recommended by Apple for maximum performance. Owners may also add 512MB and 1GB modules individually as offered at OWC.

Both unique OWC memory kits are 100% compatible with Apple Mac mini Intel Models as well as other Apple & PC systems, meeti and/or exceeding Apple/Intel specifications, and come with a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty.

OWC also offers Memory upgrades for the new Intel-based Core Duo MacBook Pro and iMac systems.

For additional information visit: http://www.macsales.com/MacminiIntelMem/

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  1. I’ve had great luck with OWC over the last four years. Three external FW drives, RAM, some iPod stuff. Shipping was fast, though it doesn’t hurt they are a suburban Chicago company. The company newsletter is interesting, too, on occasion.

  2. By the way, I’ve used 18004memory.com and I’ve been very happy with them. I have gotten bad ram, but it took less than 5 minutes on the phone to get an RMA, shipped back the old ram and had the new ram in hand the next week.

  3. What I want to know is, why does Apple charge $300 to bump an iMac or Mac mini from 1x512MB (iMac) or 2x256MB (mini) up to 2x1GB, and charge $500 to bump a MBP from 1x512MB to 2x1GB? It’s the exact same RAM for all 3 machines. That’s f’d up.

    HD upgrades are more expensive for the MBP too.

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