Thread: Does stuff go bad in macs?
01-30-2004, 01:19 AM #1FluxburnGuestDoes stuff go bad in macs?
I have a pc and am used to replacing parts when they go bad. Like harddrives and memory etc. I guess it would just be the same with the mac right? I hear people say the mac memory is the best... is that right? Wouldn't Cosair memory be better then mac's memory?
01-30-2004, 01:28 AM #2hokiethangGuestOriginally Posted by Fluxburn
As for the memory, there really isnt Mac memory. Mac machines are more stable because of their parts, but I wouldnt place it solely on the RAM. Corsair memory is good, but best for overclockers which is a domain ruled by PC users. The Samsung memory that comes in an apple machine is designed as part of the system and because of that, it produces a much more stable system, and an overall better system.
01-30-2004, 09:53 AM #3
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Ive had apples for a long time and only have 1 failing HD in a G4 powermac from like 2001 (which in the scheme of things (me owning macs) is really a new mac), but i fixed that problem with an external FW hd
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