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I have a Digital Audio G4, and somebody on here told me that this RAM will work. Just want to make sure before I order it..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820141313

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Help? Anybody.. really want to order this ASAP.

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Hi. Just curious...why that RAM. Why not one that says it's specifically for the Mac? If you go to macsales.com at Other World Computing they recommend products for the older Macs. That's where I've gotten hardware in the past.
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Thanks, well somebody on here linked me to that RAM. So I was just curious, but thanks I'm looking at OWC right now.
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If you're thinking newegg.com try this.


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