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Good? Yes. Ripoff? Absolutely.

There's no reason to buy memory that's specifically labeled as "Mac compatible" on the new Intel Macs. Just about any DDR2 SODIMMs will work fine in the Mini, iMac, MacBook and MacBook Pro, as long as it's half decent RAM to begin with. If you can find "Mac" RAM that's as cheap as or cheaper than "non-Mac" RAM, by all means go for it. But this is a much better deal than that "Mac compatible" Corsair stuff:

Notebook RAM Buyer's Guide- How much, what type, what brand, where to buy, etc.
MBP: 17" WUXGA/2.4/4GB/160GB 7.2K
G4: Heavily modified Dual 533 DA
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