Treat Yourself by Treating Your Mac This Valentine’s Day!

vday15_headerOur Macs are there for us whenever we need them. Day and night, 365 days a year. It only makes sense that we spend at least one of those days to prove to our Macs that love isn’t a one-way street. And what better day to do that than Valentine’s Day?

If you really love your Mac – and who doesn’t? – OWC has the upgrades to help you not only get much better performance, but you can even significantly extend its life and make sure it’s a relationships that truly lasts.

Fall in love again
One of the easiest ways to get an instant performance boost for your Mac is also one of the most affordable. Considering how expensive Feb. 14 can be to begin with, this should come as a relief. Upgrading the memory on your machine allows it to run more apps at once, preventing dreaded downtime, and it does so affordably. Right now OWC is offering memory upgrade kits up to 128GB and 8GB kits as low as $88! And make sure you check our MaxRAM page before upgrading – you can give many models twice as much love as Apple claims!

Take the guesswork out of gifting
If you have a Mac, there’s a good chance we’ve got an SSD for you. And we even take the stress out of upgrading and make it easy with our SSD Easy Upgrade Guide. OWC SSDs will instantly bring blazing fast boot times and incredible reliability all while running cooler than platter-based hard drives. And our SSDs are an easy plug-and-play install, so you won’t be held back by down time.

Long live the battery
Is a dead or dying battery threatening to cut your MacBook’s life short? Our NewerTech batteries are the Perfect Fit Solution to help you restore your MacBook’s runtime. Check out OWC’s wide lineup of batteries for Mac laptops. We recently expanded our battery lineup so there are more options than ever!

So take it from Globeman. Give your true love the greatest gift of all this Valentine’s Day!

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  • Your MaxRAM page you reference says the MacBook Pro Intel C2D machines support 6 gig of RAM, but the fine print says only 3 gig are addressable by the system. Is there any actual reason to put 6 gig in those machines? We have 3 gig (a 2g & a 1g module) in ours and it would love to be able to use more.




    • Hello NotarySojac,
      In order to specifically answer this question we will need the model identifier or serial number of your computer. Please find your specific computer and we will be happy to answer your question.

      Please feel free to also contact OWC by phone or live chat.