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Patriot expands RAM line for iMac computers

Patriot offers new iMac RAM

| RAM News | Posted: Oct 13, 2010 4:02 pm

When it comes to memory for your computer or AIO it's often cheaper to buy the machine from the maker with the minimum memory inside and then purchase the RAM you want and put it inside the machine once you get it. Many Mac fans out there do this with MacBook notebooks and the iMac AIO computer. Patriot has announced an expansion to its line of memory for the iMac.

 

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Patriot now has some new SODIMM RAM that has been qualified for use inside the iMac AIO machines. The RAM is part of the Patriot Signature line and will be offered in 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB kits. The 2GB kits have a single 2GB NAND, the 4GB kit includes a pair of 2GB modules, and the 8GB kits have dual 4GB modules. Patriot will offer two different kits for users to choose from.

 

The kits will include 1333MHz kits in 2GB and 4GB capacities. Some 4GB kits and all 8GB kits will be 1333MHz CL9 sticks. "Our Signature Line of SODIMMs for Apple computers provides qualified upgrade options for users of the newest iMac systems" states Les Henry, Vice President of Engineering at Patriot. "Patriot maintains our leadership position through dedicated research and development, qualification and partner relations. With these products, we deliver yet another high quality solution to the market that satisfies users' needs and meets our objective of offering the latest technology and best performance in our vast product lineup."

 

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