Reviews and Problems with Corsair CMSX16GX3M2A1600C10
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Ram causes iMac to crash
Mr. C., Newegg
14 November 2015
Pros: None. Reads fine by my iMac, but causes it to shut off.
Cons: My iMac reads the ram fine when installed. However, when zooming to 300% on an image, my iMac shuts off. This happens every time I try this. After replacing my Corsair ram with my original iMac ram, my iMac no longer shuts off when I zoom to 300%. For testing purposes, I reinstalled the ram and t...
Pros: This is hands down the best RAM brand I have ever used and it was easy to install too. The Cosair employees even helped me pick the correct compatible RAM for my laptop. My laptop opens up documents very fast after installing this and I also have a solid state drive which is a perfect match with ...
Summary: Review: Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 1600 MHz Laptop Memory Significantly Improved my Mac mini (Late 2012) I want to thank those reviewers that stated this memory works Late 2012 Mac Mini’s. On that advice I upgraded my Mini from 4 to 16 GB.
Pros: Worked fine with 8GB, but with 16GB caused my Mac Mini to crash. Hardware test flagged no errors. When I called Corsair about this product, they let me know it wasn't the Apple version of RAM I needed, although the specs matched what the Apple web site specified. Apple, unhelpfully, doesn't speci...
Cons: Make sure you get the right part if you're using for Mac Mini 2012: CMSA16GX3M2A1600C11
Summary: Careful won't work with 4th Gen Intel Nuc, you need 1.35V memory. The older gens supported both but its a no go with 4th Gen. See: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-034475.htm