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Nemix Ram - 100% Compatible with Lifetime Warranty - Computer Memory- Ram Upgrade - 4GB (2x2GB) Memory Apple Mac Pro 3,1 2008 Quad Core, 8-core PC2-6400 DDR2 800...

4.1 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 5.7 x 4.8 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces
Manufacturer Crucial
ASIN B007GB1I7K
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4.1 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Date first available at Amazon.com September 7, 2012

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I have an Early 2008 Mac Pro 3,1 and I just received two sets of these RAMs. 4 out 4 units could not be recognized. I've tried multiple configurations to see if anything would help, but in every configuration, the RAMs show as an empty slot.
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Nemix offers the best value for Mac Pro RAM you can find. If you are like me, and you have an 8-core 2008 Pro sitting in your office that you absolutely refuse to replace, upgrading the RAM is one of the best ways to continue to get great performance out of it, and Nemix offers the best deal I've found. When the RAM has arrived, it's been in solid packaging, fits effortlessly into the slots in my Pro, and works flawlessly. Plus it's assembled in the USA (although I'm sure not entirely of American components), which is nice.
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By Rod J on February 10, 2013
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I was excited to get this inexpensive RAM whose specs are identical to that installed in my Mac Pro 3.1. But my Mac would not recognize the additional memory even though installed exactly per Apple instructions. It could "see" the original memory but not this new memory. I tried other configurations but still no go. As a final test, I took out the original memory and installed this new memory in the same location on the cards. The Mac would not start at all! When I put the original memory back, it started fine. So, these modules were clearly defective. If these had worked, I was ready to order four more. What a disappointment! So, I have now ordered the much more expensive Mac RAM Direct modules Mac RAM Direct HyperVelocity 16GB (4x 4GB) DDR2-800 FB-DIMM 800MHz RAM Memory Kit.
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I ordered two sets of these only to find that 2 out of 4 of the DIMMS did not work. Upon further inspection, the only 2 that did work, could only be recognized as 667mhz instead of 800mhz like they were supposed to be.

I would not recommend taking a risk on these cheap DIMMS.
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RAM was DOA. Tried it in every slot and in 2 different Mac Pros (both 3,1). Never was recognized in any slot on either computer, and yes I put them in slots that had working RAM. I was not offered to exchange it, so returned it with full refund.
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I purchased 2X2gb sticks and installed them into my mac pro 3,1 with my others. I turned on the computer and it worked fine. I am a video editor so my ram is crucial to me. I have had not one problem with these sticks look forward to purchasing more at a later date.
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I installed an additional 8GB (4x2GB PC2-6400 DDR2 800MHz FB-DIMM) of memory in a 2008 Intel Mac Pro tower computer about three months. It has performed as expected. I've seen an increased responsiveness to the computer. But I can't say that it has been a huge difference. The intent of my original purchase was to take the system from 2GB (2x1GB sticks) to 10GB by installing an additional 8GB (4x2GB sticks). And later get more memory so that my system would have a total of 16GB. Upon getting the first 8GB of memory to add to the 2GB I already had, I ran into a problem of not getting all of the memory to show. I tried different configurations, but never hit upon a combination that showed the both the 2GB (2x1GB) and rest of the 8GB (4x2GB) memory. Eventually I bought another 8GB memory (4 more 2GB sticks) and removed the original 2GB. Once that was done, all the memory showed. The computer booted fine as I tried the various combinations with the 2x1GB and 4x2GB memory. I was just never able to find a combination with first setup to show all sticks for a total of 10GB.
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THe RAM worked well though it would not be read by the standard way of configuring it into the mac. Had to spend several hours trying creative new assemblies to find the right array where my computer would read the RAM.
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