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Do Macs use the same type of RAM as PC's
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No...and Yes. If parity RAM (typicaly used in PC's) is installed in a Mac it will ignore the parity chip and still work. Learn more about RAM with GURU at:
http://www.newertech.com/

Best source for RAM is:
http://www.datamem.com/

The chips are usually the cheapest and work when installed.
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