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If you are talking about the Mac pro, then they are very specific server RAM, so you will have to get the exact correct RAM with the heat sinks, not the cheaper generic RAM (which has different pin slots)

You may notice that Mac Pro RAM Pin indent is slightly off centre so you have to buy RAM that is specifically for the model of Mac Pro you have, it costs more but you cannot install the cheaper stuff

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