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Mac Pro 3.1 (2008) 800MHz memory - ever heard of this dealer?


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Have any of my fellow UK-based forum members ever had any dealings with a company called www.aememory.co.uk ?

I'm on the hunt for 800MHz PC2-6400 ECC FB-DIMM modules with the proper heatsinks etc. - and as we know, this stuff is getting more expensive by the hour!

This company are offering what they claim to be guaranteed compatible modules, but their prices are unusually attractive - that's what's making me wary!

So if anyone out there has bought any Mac Pro compatible RAM from these people and can vouch for them / warn me off, I'd like to know.

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Do not know if the prices are that cheap. Compare to OWC who are Mac specialists and have lifetime warranty on their modules. Like us you pay premium prices and personally use OWC to Australia. Cheaper by half of local dealers and delivery within seven days and they do honour the warranty:-


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