Apple's intuitive and easy-to-use Macintosh computers make an impression with not only their simplicity and dashing design, but also with the quality components that aid in their superior performance and reliability. The latest 64-bit Mac OS X (Snow Leopard) maximizes the computer's potential, entering a new 64-bit era. ADATA presents the Apple Series DDR3 1600MHz SO-DIMM, created specifically for Apple's MacBook, MacBook Pro, available in 4GB/8GB of capacity. Choosing ADATA Apple Series memory for your Mac memory upgrade is one true worry-free decision. The high-quality and stringently tested Apple Series memory can fully expedite system performance and help unleash the ultimate power of the 64-bit Mac OS X, leading to an incredibly powerful Mac computer.
Conforms to Standards, Exceeds Expectations
The quality of a memory module highly depends on the core component-the chip. And yet, it affects system stability and execution speed of your Mac computer a great deal. Every DRAM IC is tested by well-known and respected manufacturers, then validated by ADATA's own series of quality control tests, guaranteeing the utmost quality performance standard. ADATA strictly adheres to quality standards, including those set by JEDEC (the Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council) and ISO9001. To make certain that the stability and performance of every memory module meets the highest quality criteria, stringent testing of each Apple Series DDR3 1600MHz SO-DIMM including 100% integration testing, ensures compatibility and reliability with Mac computers and the latest 64-bit operating system, Snow Leopard. ADATA Apple Series memory modules are the obvious choice for your computer upgrade needs, notably for their assured quality in compatibility and reliability.
Power of 64-bit System
The 64-bit operating system lifts the bar on memory capacity limitation of 32-bit system, supporting up to 16 terabytes of RAM and enabling the most use of applications that can address at the top of 16 exabytes. With the massive amounts of memory, those applications that deal with vast volume of data, such as digital video and scientific computation, as well as databases, can access more physical memory, dramatically boosting overall performance without bogging down the computer.
ADATA Apple Series memory gets your Mac fully loaded and unleashes the ultimate power of your 64-bit Mac OS X.
What is SO-DIMM?
SO-DIMM stands for Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module. In comparison to DIMM, SO-DIMM is improved in its size without loss to its power potential-more suited for smaller units such as laptops and compact desktop computers that demand a smaller-sized yet powerful memory module.
Lifetime Warranty, Quality Guaranteed
In addition to our rigorous manufacturing process, ADATA ensures the quality of every memory module, and all are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.