Mac RAM Upgrade Deals: 8GB for $44
Having more RAM is one of the cheapest Mac upgrades you can get for a performance boost, and with prices this low there’s little excuse to not have 8GB if your Mac supports it. Here are two great deals on RAM upgrades for some of the most recent Macs.
This 8GB 1333MHz kit will fit most 2011 Intel Core i series iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini:
- Corsair 8 GB DDR3 1333MHz Memory Kit is $43.99 after a $10 mail-in rebate, with free shipping from Amazon
The 8GB 1066MHz upgrade fits most 2010 and 2009 models of iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini:
- Corsair 8 GB DDR3 1066MHz Memory is $59.99 with free shipping from Amazon
Double-check your necessary RAM type before purchasing, you can do that quickly by going to “About This Mac” and looking at the “Memory” section, it will tell you the type you are looking for:
I reviewed an 8GB RAM upgrade last year for a 2010 MacBook Pro and I would highly recommend it for the price, at that time it cost $120 so paying half of that is quite a steal. It’s pretty easy to determine if a RAM upgrade would help you, but I think most users would benefit.