Part Number: D3S1066/16GB-MAC
- Module Size: 16GB ( 2 x 8GB )
- Package: 204-pin SODIMM
- Feature: DDR3 PC3-8500
- Specs: DDR3 PC3-8500 • CL=7 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR3-1066 • 1.5V • 1024Meg x 64
Compatible strictly to models below ONLY !
Apple iMac "Core i7" 2.8 27-Inch (Late 2009)/ Identifiers: Late 2009 - BTO/CTO - iMac11,1
- Increases system performance
- Compatible with Mac systems
- Every single module extensively tested at the component and module level for functionality
- Meets or exceeds Apple's own quality requirements
- Easy installation
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Quick delivery, good product, good pricr
I found it very easy to install, with my limited knowledge of hardware. I was very sceptical, and thought, if this wasn't going to work, I will have to fork out for a new MAC. Well my 7 year old Mac is as good as new now!!!
The most difficult part of this purchase was actually believing it can be that simple: picking my Mac model, reading the advice and reviews, selecting the RAM quantity and placing the order. After that the memory arrived very quickly - the next day - and fitting in on was a breeze.
I am very happy to see that it is still possible to have things done the right way: simple, the way it was meant to be done in the first place.
Thank you for a great experience increasing the RAM amount of a six and a half years old Mac.
I have an Imac I5, late 2009, Apple says it can only have 16 GB RAM. Yes, but with this 2x16 GB from FLEXX I could easily switch memory and upgrade to 32 GB, 1066 Mhz. I can really say that I am glad.
Ram really speeded up my late 2009 Imac - I only bought 2 x 8GB but I could have bought 4 x 8GB. So I currently have 20GB Ram whereas I previously had 8 and it really speeds things up for video editing, plus purchasing a Raid drive. Crucial and people tell you you can't upgrade Ram in late 2009 Imac to 32GB - only 16GM but you can!! Just start up in 64 GB mode - by pressing 6 and 4 at the same time while you are starting up your machine.