Memory for New iMac
1.0GB, 2.0GB, and 4.0GBOther World Computing (OWC) is offering Memory Upgrade Kits of up to 4.0GB for Apple's just announced iMac Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz, 2.4GHz and "Extreme" 2.8GHz models, which are just now starting to ship (just announced by Apple yesterday, August 7, 2007). OWC's Memory is also available in modules and kits of up to 3.0GB for previous iMac models.
OWC's 1.0GB Upgrade Module is $49.99, 2.0GB Module is $115.99, and 4.0GB Kit is $229.00 (configured as two 2.0GB memory modules). All memory options are immediately available and shipping. Additional savings is also available for customers who take advantage of OWC's trade-in program, which provides $25 cash back for the trade-in per each Apple 1.0GB module.
Other World Computing is an Apple Developer Connection Premiere member and OWC memory upgrades meet Apple's electrical and mechanical design requirements. OWC maintains an active state-of-the-art test lab to ensure the highest product quality and reliability. OWC modules provide a lifetime of high-performance, reliable operation backed with a Money Back Guarantee and OWC's Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty.
OWC, an expert in the Mac memory market, has nearly two decades of experience providing memory module upgrades for Mac computers. OWC has conducted independent memory benchmarks on MacBook Pros utilizing the same Intel Core 2 Duo processors and system bus type, which show how important memory is for customers employing high-memory intensive applications, such as audio/video, photo, 3D modeling, and other applications. OWC has concluded there is an overall operating system and application performance benefit for each incremental addition to system memory.
"We're all about maximizing performance, and impressively, we've found there can be better performance attained even between 2.0GB and 3.0GB memory configurations than getting a new system with a faster processor," said Larry O'Connor, President, OWC. "More memory makes a tremendous difference, as our real world testing illustrates, and the 4.0GB supported in the latest Apple iMac Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Duo Extreme models gives even more performance benefit than just the faster speeds."
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