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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Does Kingston make only one type of SODIMM ram? I am located in Canada but noticed the better value available across the border but was wondering if kingston ram is apple compatible across the board. The ram that i am looking @ looks like the same one available here but it doesn't specifiy if it's apple compatible. Anything to look out for in the specs that would be relevant?

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i am uprading my ram to 768 total but was wondering if i will really benefit maxing it out at 1 gig. i am not a photoshop or multimedia intensive but was wondering if it would help in the speed of applications.
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I just got my iBook yesterday, and installed a Kingston 512 mg "value ram" chip in. it. So far it works great.

I'm brand new to the Mac world, and having great fun!

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Kingston makes good stuff, as long as it is the correct specs, there is no reason it shouldn't work. I believe the iBooks require SODIMM PC2100 CL3
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You are correct, I should know that, I already have a stick sitting here waiting for if I buy an iBook.
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