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GeIL lets you upgrade Macs

by Ryszard Sommefeldt on 13 March 2006, 21:57

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GeIL lets you upgrade Macs


GeIL, Taiwanese memory vendor with by far the most interesting modules at CeBIT, are showing off a range of memory modules to upgrade your Apple Mac, iMac, PowerBook G4 or iBook G4. Ranging from single 256MiB SO-DIMMs for the iMac and PowerBooks, to dual-channel 2GiB kits for the G5 PowerMac at DDR400, the company seem to have pretty much all the bases covered.

They'll do upgrades for the Intel-based Macs too, as soon as they've qualified with the systems they want to support, and knowing GeIL they'll be fairly affordable. Coming with heatspreader on the DIMM modules and requiring a JEDEC-friendly voltage range, they look cool in their obligatory white packaging. They've been doing their Apple range for quite some time now, so it's nothing new, but it's worth pointing out for those making the jump to, or adding, an Apple system.


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