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    Gah! Stupid Crucial Memory!
    Their advertising campaign worked. Both the forums I frequent (this one and a subaru one, which are both vBulletin forums) and myspace have been running Crucial ad banners the past few days.

    Needless to say I know have 2GB of ram for my MB on the way. I was going to need it eventually anyways, and wanted to get it before I bought Photoshop CS3

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    not sure if your title means you are happy or not with your crucial memory. But i have it in my macbook and have been recommending it to my friends.

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    good for you. crucial are a brilliant company i purchased ram from there before, i had a problem with it and then they fixed it, the best by a long shot.

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    Agreed.

    I have bought loads of stuff from them over the last 5+ years, never had any complaint at all. You get exactly what you need, fast and cheap.

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    I need to get some, I'll probably order some in the next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmorgan1689 View Post
    I need to get some, I'll probably order some in the next week.
    Free 5-7 day shipping right now, otherwise 3-5 day shipping is only $3.99

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    Sweet, thanks for that!
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    Phew! I thought you were complaining that their memory didn't work. I am seriously considering getting some myself, from Crucial, for the same reasons. Advertising DOES work, much as I hate that! Now, whenever I think of Mac memory, I will think of Crucial. Sigh...
    My Macs: iMac 27" 3.4 GHz, Mac Pro 3.2 GHz, PowerMac G5 Quad 2.5 GHz, G4 Cube with 1.2 GHz Upgrade
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac57 View Post
    Phew! I thought you were complaining that their memory didn't work. I am seriously considering getting some myself, from Crucial, for the same reasons. Advertising DOES work, much as I hate that! Now, whenever I think of Mac memory, I will think of Crucial. Sigh...
    Well I had heard them mentioned in the past, and remembered the name because its the same name of a automotive parts company I've been eyeing a few parts from, so the banners really just put be over the edge and I bought some. I'll post up here on my findings when it arrives.

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    So when dealing with shipments, I've found that "5-7 day shipping" usually means I receive the product 5-7 days after it leaves the company. However Crucial sent out my memory 2 Day Air, meaning I'm getting it 5 days after I actually placed the order! Did take 2.5 days for them to even process the order though

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