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Mac Pro - Mac Pro Slow? Need more RAM?


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sirjamesofmac, I will put more RAM. The problem is that I live in Brazil and memory prices for the Mac Pro here are ridiculous. I'll be in the US soon and I'll buy some memory from Macsales to make things better.

Joster Macedo
If you're worried about paying high prices for RAM, www.MemoryAmerica.com has better prices than MacSales (OWC) and the service is better too.

I think international is 20+ US but MA's price difference should be able to cover that...maybe just maybe.
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