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    Bulk order "Apple Memory" purchase (laptops, desktop, & servers)

    I'll be making a bulk order for Apple memory for Desktops, Laptops & Servers & wondering if anyone on here would like to get in on the order?

    Prices will certainly be lower than your local Apple shop & I take take small to big orders & ship the item to you.

    Just message me the model number of your computer (SN# works best) & I'll get you a price. I will be placing my order at the stat of next week.

    If you have ANY questions pelase feel free to ask.

    ** Memory is Apple certified with a Lifetime warranty **


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    what's the bike in your signature Carter?

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    will send pm later on ref S.N but as per pm would like to get an idea of pricing on an 8gb memory kit for an early 2008 mac pro ( 8 core )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbocop View Post
    what's the bike in your signature Carter?
    2005 Yamaha R1, I have some images here if you want to see it better Flickr: macgeek83's Photostream


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    Just to get a rough idea of price, how close would you be able to get to NCIXs?

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    Run with NCIXs, I can't beat that price. It would be about $62 through me. Also keep in mind you want memory that is certified by Apple.


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    Thanks for the quick reply. I think I may wait a bit longer and hope RAM gets even cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Just to get a rough idea of price, how close would you be able to get to NCIXs?
    Do they ship to the UK then Arthur ?

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    Just out of curiosity why would you need Apple certified RAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Do they ship to the UK then Arthur ?
    They don't. The reason I mentioned NCIX was because Carter's price would have to be close to theirs (or cheaper) for it to be economically feasible once shipping to the UK was included. Also, NCIX was the only Canadian supplier I could think of at the time (there's NewEgg.ca too).

    RAM has been getting a lot cheaper recently. Last week I bought 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 RAM for less than £30. This was for my HP ProLiant MicroServer. SO-DIMMs are a bit more expensive so I reckon I will wait a bit longer before upgrading my Mac mini from 4GB to 8GB RAM.

    Quote Originally Posted by HodgeHi View Post
    Just out of curiosity why would you need Apple certified RAM?
    I'm not sure either. I normally use RAM from Crucial or Corsair in my Mac's. Never had any issues.



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