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Mac Pro - OWC mac memory?

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Anyone use OWC's/'s memory? I believe there's two types offered: OWC Mac Pro Certified (slightly higher $), and OWC Apple Qualified (slightly lower$). Any probs? I'm just getting 2GB to supplement my current 2GB (Apple OEM 4 x 512). Oh, BTW, two 1 GB sticks will work with the four 512s, right? Do I just leave the 512s where they are and then the two 1 BGs go after? Or should the 1 GBs lead? Thanks.
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I'm currently using this OWC memory in my MacBook-- it works beautifully.

I like working with OWC-- good people, good products, good service. I like newegg just a bit more because of their wider product line.
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I have Crucial memory. Works fine. I have 2x512 in the second memory board and 2x1GB in the first board.
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