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OWC 16GB (2 x 8GB) PC8500 DDR3 Non ECC 1066 MHz 204 pin SO-DIMM Memory Module (OWC8566DDR3S16P), for 2010 MacBook Pro, MacBook, Mac Mini, and 2009 iMac

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  • 2 x 8GB (16.0GB) PC8500 DDR3 Non ECC 1066 MHz 204 pin SO-DIMM Memory Module -Individually OWC MaxRAM Memory Certified for 16GB MacBook/MacBook Pro compatibility
  • Compatible withmid 2010 MacBook Models: Mid 2010 MacBook (Model ID:MacBook7,1) Note: Apple OS 10.7.5 or Later REQUIRED for utilization of more than 8GB of total system memory
  • Compatible with 2010 MacBook Pro Models: 13-inch MacBook Pro (Model ID:MacBookPro7,1) Note: Apple OS 10.7.5 or Later REQUIRED for utilization of more than 8GB of total system memory
  • Compatible with 2009 iMac Models: iMac 27-inch Late 2009 (iMac11,1) . Note: Apple OS 10.7.5 or Later REQUIRED for utilization of more than 8GB of total system memory
  • Compatible with 2010 Mac mini Models: Mid 2010 Mac mini (Model ID:Macmini4,1), Mid 2010 Server Mac mini (Model ID:Macmini4,1) Note: Apple OS 10.7.5 or Later REQUIRED for utilization of more than 8GB of total system memory

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Customer Reviews

Where's the quality control????First time trying OWC Memory. In the past, I've used Crucial for Macs & G-Skil for PCs. I don't know what the odds are, but apparently I received a PAIR of bad modules from OWC. Yes, TWO bad sticks in a package. Wasted the better part of afternoon trying to sort it out, too.As I wore the IT hat at a creative agency for over a decade and have been working inside & out with computers (both Mac & PC) for nearly 30 years, I am very comfortable getting under the hood of anything. I tried every trick in the RAM installation book with these but they just wouldn't be recognized by the system. Even did two support chats with OWC. They confirmed I had the right RAM for the machine in question and that I had exhausted all my options short of returning. And... they couldn't issue a return/replace because I bought from Amazon. I thought Newer Galaxy Distribution Company, LLC was OWC's storefront here but maybe I was wrong.I've been ordering various bits from OWC for as long as they've been around but I have to say, this one bad experience puts me off completely... What's the saying about it taking one bad experience to lose a customer? I certainly don't want to go through THIS experience again.1Booted right up. Has some unusual behavior though. NOW FIXED, WOOHOO.Booted right up. Has some unusual behavior though. When this Mac Mini (2010) had only 2 gigs of ram the video on YouTube ran real slow. Now it is much faster and runs video much better and without hesitation. However, while running programs, the system does periodic time outs that last nearly a second. I don't if the memory has anything to do with it though. I was given this Mac to learn a specific program native to Mac. I am a lifetime Microsoft PC user. I was thinking of upgrading the HDD with an SSD. Other Mac Mini users have done this and it seemed to reportedly work out well for them. I have SSD on 2 different i7 PC notebooks and they are extremely fast. I'm thinking its a timing issue between the new ram and the dual-core cpu. Even though this ram is the same speed as the old ram, it may be too much for the cpu? If anyone has any takes on this to share, please do.Update and review change 1/19/2018I called OWC tech support today about the new memory I purchased from Amazon. When I called OWC wanted to establish where I got the memory. I found out it was from another vendor at Amazon. However, they were still very helpful and started a ticket. The tech, Chris T. was very helpful and gave me some recommendations to try out. My computer started behaving better afterward but still glitched out on me. This time it was for a much longer time 5-10 seconds. I then moved the Mac Mini in question and it glitched again. During the conversation with Chris he said it may be a video issue, in passing. Remembering that I grabbed the HDMI cable and got the Mac to glitch out on demand. It is a video issue. I wanted to give kudo's to Chris and OWC for the great tech support.516 GB Kit Brought new Life into Mac Mini, mid-2010; Works BeautifullyBought this to upgrade the memory on my Mac Mini, mid-2010.Even though the specs officially say it only supports 8 GB of ram, with an EFI update, which everybody should already have, even if they're making a half-hearted attempt to do software updates on their Mac Mini, it can support 16 GB of ram.I took out the 4 GB (2 dimms) and replaced it with the 16 GB kit, and I booted it up, and it worked flawlessly.I'll also say that I thought about cheaping out and getting the 8 GB, but I'm happy I paid the extra amount for the 16 GB. When I looked at the memory used, it was already exceeding 8 GB (yes, I realize that OS X has its own algorithm and wouldn't have used that much had total memory been limited to 8 GB, but to me, it means that if things are unrestricted, OS X would have used >= 8 GB).This totally breathes new life into my Mac Mini, and I won't be replacing it *anytime* soon at all.5Almost like getting a new MacBookAfter replacing the original 2 GB of RAM in my late 2009 MacBook with 8 GB of RAM from OWC, my MacBook is almost as fast as when it was new. Before the upgrade, my MacBook had become essentially unusable. Each time I upgraded to the newest operating system the MacBook got slower and slower. It would take 15 or 20 minutes to boot up, the cursor would freeze constantly, and apps would lock up and had to be closed all the time. Operations that were taking a couple of minutes, like opening Google Chrome or PDF documents now are completed in a few seconds. This saved me from having to buy new computer.5Revitalized My '08 MacBook!The 2008 MacBook had 2 GB of RAM a 2 Ghz processor, and a 160 GB HDD. That made it fantastic for the time, and it isn't any slouch today. However, with OS X Yosemite being, well, a bit of a resource hog, it was straining a bit on that 2 GB of RAM, so I went ahead and replaced it with this RAM. Lemme tell you, as I'm writing this on that same MacBook, that Safari moves like it should, and I can now run video or audio while using the laptop and it doesn't skip a beat! Well worth the upgrade.5Brought my 2010 MacBook 7,1 back to lifeOrdered this set of Ram sticks to try an help update the MacBook 7,1 2010 model I got from Ebay. Apple says that this Mackbook only supports 8GB of Ram, but doing some research I found out that this MacBook will support up to 16GB of Ram. I ordered these 2 sticks of 8GB and put them in my MacBook and it made a world of difference. This Ram upgrade along with a new battery and a SSD hard drive has brought this MacBook a new lease on life. It is a LOT faster with the upgrades running MacOS Mojave (yes it will run Mojave). The shipping was fast and arrived in a couple of days with Amazon Prime. Just make sure you are ordering from OWC store front. The Price was a bit steep in my opinion, but to work with an Apple product it is expected I guess. Overall I am satisfied with this purchase.Very happy with this product so far and if anything changes I will update this review.5So far, so goodI had bought another $50-some brand which caused my computer to beep when doing a software update. Decided not to keep that brand and stick to the one I know. I have used Crucial before and OWC is also well known in my book. So far, it seems I may have less of that spinning beach ball and I haven't heard a beep yet. I'll update this review if it turns out badly, but so far, so good. Got this for a mid-2010 MacBook Pro 13-inch. Replaced the battery, replaced the 250 GB HDD to 1TB SSD. It runs about 400% better than where it was. I turned the old HDD into an external drive. MBP recognized it right away. I still get the spinning beachball but it pops in and right out of my screen, and not all the screens. It doesn't bother me too much. I kind of expect it with how old this computer is, especially if I'm trying to run LR and PS on it. I spent about $200 upgrading this old gal and I'm so glad it's very usable now.5Saved Me From Buying a New MacBook ProI installed this on my mid-2010 13-inch MacBook Pro (7.1 - Core 2 Duo). If you're looking at this, then you probably know that the 2010 is only supposed to be upgraded to 8GB. My computer accepted this upgrade. I combined this with a 1TB Crucial SSD, and my nearly 7-year old computer is running faster than it did new. I'm extremely happy with this. I was about to buy a new MacBook Pro, and I decided to see if I could squeeze a few more years out of this one. I'm glad I did.5The shipping was fast and the memory look so good in handI was nervous because this is my first time buying and installing memory on a iMac computer. I have a 2009 late iMac which comes with only 4gb of ram. I mostly use the computer for video editing in final cut pro, I use Lightroom, and adobe Photoshop. I was all was having crashes and my computer would freeze up while doing these programs. When editing my videos would be so darn sluggish in final cut pro to wear I wanted to just hang myself with a thread of yarn. The shipping was fast and the memory look so good in hand. I exchanged it with no problem. The computer booted up as normal but a tad bit faster. Once it came to the main screen it didn't take forever for programs to pull up which was amazing. I opened up Final Cut Pro and It's was quick. Not lighten fast but it was quick. I started editing some footage and mannnnnn!!! That joint was working way faster than before. My videos weren't skipping like before and my playbacks and imports were smooth. I've seen a big difference in my speed performance. If you need a boost..this memory will restore the walking dead. I do still have issues every now and then which isn't all the ram but the ram is solid and you should get it now if you need that boost.5Love Apple, but it is wasteful and harmful to ...Although the official Apple company line is that some computers can only be upgraded a certain amount, this chip set proves them wrong. I have a Mac Pro (Late 2008 model) and clicking on the memory upgrade panel that takes you to Support on Apple.com says that he computer can only be upgraded to 4 GB of memory. Well, that is with Apple memory apparently. Why would they want you to upgrade your hardware when you can buy a new computer every two years? What really makes a company the most valued company in the world? Love Apple, but it is wasteful and harmful to the planet to keep promoting new laptops every two years. Hardware doesn't change much. We just need to change out chips every 5 years or so. And upgrade from 2 GB to 8 GB means a big boost in performance. Thanks!!!5
OWC 16GB (2 x 8GB) PC8500 DDR3 Non ECC 1066 MHz 204 pin SO-DIMM Memory Module (OWC8566DDR3S16P), for 2010 MacBook Pro, MacBook, Mac Mini, and 2009 iMac

OWC 16GB (2 x 8GB) PC8500 DDR3 Non ECC 1066 MHz 204 pin SO-DIMM Memory Module (OWC8566DDR3S16P), for 2010 MacBook Pro, MacBook, Mac Mini, and 2009 iMac

4.5
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Regular price
SG$ 202.00
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Regular price
SG$ 336.00
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