Reviews and Problems with Corsair CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9
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RAM upgrade for Sony Vaio VPCCW27FX
12 May 2014
Summary: I had some problems finding the right kind of RAM for the model of laptop I have before I found this. It works perfectly, not a hitch with installation and my laptop has been running faster and better.
Summary: I bought this RAM on hearing the rumor that the Aluminum Macbooks (5,1) would accept 8GB of RAM. I am extremely glad I took the chance. RELIABILITY Obviously making the jump from 2GB to 8GB or RAM is going to yield some excellent results regardless, but what about crashes, freezing and other problems associated with memory? I can honestly say that I have had none with this RAM.
Summary: I got this 8GB DDR 1066 (PC3 8500) RAM to replace the minimal 1GB of total RAM included in my gf's white unibody macbook. Have to use a #00 Philips screwdriver to get the 8 screws out of the bottom of the macbook to access the innards. Followed the instructions on apple's support page here to replace the 2 sticks of memory: [...
Summary: Bought this to replace my 4GB memory. Price is good for brand name memory, but you can get it cheaper for a no brand name. I had some bad experience with no brand name so wanted a brand name memory. Overall great memory and work as soon I installed and fire up the laptop.
John F. Hubbard "Engineer, Naval Officer (vet.)", Amazon
6 May 2013
Summary: I purchased this 8GB set as a replacement for the 4GB that came with my late 2009 model MacBook Pro 17" laptop. It works perfectly, and at $675, it is nearly 50% cheaper than the same memory upgrade that Apple sells on their website. As Corsair has a good reputation, and my own experience with their desktop RAM is good, I think that this approach is sound.