The OWC ‘MaxRAM’ Certification Program determines the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in a Mac as validated by a series of comprehensive, in-house laboratory tests. While OWC “MaxRAM” configurations exceed Apple’s officially supported maximums, all OWC brand memory upgrades are assured to perform flawlessly and are covered by a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty and Money Back Guarantee.
Recently added to our growing list of machines are the 2010 Mac Pro dual processor (8-Core and 12-Core) systems. Whereas Apple lists the supported memory as “eight memory slots (four per processor) supporting up to 32GB of main memory using 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB DIMMs,” OWC has confirmed that our 8GB memory modules perform to their fullest capacity allowing us to support 8GB DIMMs for up to 64GB of memory in your 8-Core or 12-Core Mid 2010 Mac Pro.
Stay tuned to the OWC blog for further information including benchmark results.