OWC Offering 16GB Mac Pro Memory Modules for Less

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Other World Computing (OWC) announced today that the company is offering up to 96GB of RAM, built for the 8 and 12 processor core Apple Mac Pro 2009 and 2010 models, for up to three times the “factory offered” memory. The company computed the sales per gigabyte, and have come on the record stating that the modules’ MSRP is 40 percent less per gigabyte than the maximum factory upgrade price.

The modules are named MaxRAM, and are triple-channel memory upgrade kits that reach the industry first of 16GB of memory per module. One of the kits has a total of 96GB of memory. The kits are covered under an OWC Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty and meet JEDEC and Apple standards. The modules also have an Apple-specified thermal sensor.

Apple Mac Pro 2009 and 2010 – quad-core and 6-core CPU – MaxRAM kit

  • 48GB total (3×16)
  • DDR3, PC3-10600, 1333/1066MHz
  • Triple-channel
  • Module Bandwidth: 8.5GB/s
  • $1600
  • Information page
Apple Mac Pro 2009 and 2010 – 8-core and 12-core CPU – MaxRAM kit
  • 96GB total (6×16)
  • DDR3, PC3-10600, 1333MHz
  • Triple-channel
  • Module Bandwidth: 8.5GB/s
  • $3180
  • Information page



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