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I'm looking to upgrade my 2.4 ghz imac 20inch (aluminium one) with two 2gb ram cards. I found these and I think they're ok to use with my iMac, but I'm not sure. Can anyone confirm it for me please? Thanks.
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I have heard of that brand, its a decent brand from what i've heard.
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From what I saw on the customer reviews section, people seem to like it. Just wanted to check if it would work, I'd rather not spend £50 then find out their incompatible
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Would this be compatible with your mac?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-667...ef=pd_sbs_ce_3

Well it's a touch cheaper than the corsair brand you were looking at + free shipping. And I can Vouch for the Kingston brand as I use it in my imac. And no a day of trouble.

But for the corsair, that should work for you.
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Thanks, that looks like another good option, I'll think bout it, but if they both work, there can't be much of a difference can there?
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I have kingston and corsair. Both are fine in my imac and MacBook

15.4" MacBook Pro Unibody
2.4GHz 4GB Ram and 500GB HD nVidia Geforce 9600
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Yep, Corsair will work just fine in there. Not to sound like a shill but I've been using G.Skill memory recently and it's working great in my G5. Not the first problem and the price keeps on coming down on it on Newegg. Gotta love that.

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