Tag Archives: Memory Upgrades
OWC 1867 DDR3 memory in a pinwheel What Is the Difference Between 1866MHz...
Memory speeds can be confusing, especially when upgrading. You may look at your “About This Mac” info and see that your iMac uses 1867MHz DDR3 modules. But when you...

Scared google chrome icon covering Jonathon Morris' face with a 2019 mac pro and two stacks of memory sticks 6,000 Tabs of Google Chrome vs....
We had a simple question: What would happen if we pushed a top of the line, 28-core Mac Pro loaded with 1.5TB of OWC memory, to its limits? Which...


iMac Pro with memory stick on the screen and caption, "512GB in an iMac Pro? Yep. Did that too." Another Industry First for OWC Memory...
Larry O'Connor, Founder and CEO of OWC, is pleased to announce yet another industry first for the company. Maxing out iMac Pro memory. “Recently, we confirmed and began offering up...

OWC Confirms 1TB of Memory in...
If you were hoping to hit the 1TB level of RAM with the new Mac Pro, you were likely disappointed to see on Apple’s Mac Pro page that you...

How to Upgrade/Replace the Memory in...
Watch step-by-step instructions on how to upgrade or replace the memory in a 2019 21.5-inch iMac. Not exactly what you are looking for? Check out all of our Installation...

6 Great Last Minute Fathers Day...
Looking for a last minute tech gift for dad? Don’t worry, OWC has you covered! Here are six hand-selected Fathers Day gift ideas from your friends at Rocket Yard!...


OWC Confirms Availability of 256GB Memory...
OWC announces support for 256GB memory upgrades for iMac Pro (2017 – Current) - 8X the factory standard memory in the 3.2GHz, 32GB base model. These high-performing memory kits...

Upgrading RAM or Installing a Drive?...
Many owners of Apple’s new 27-inch iMacs are thrilled with the low cost of OWC memory upgrades compared to what Apple charges to have the memory factory-installed. While these...

(The correct Model ID from a 2019 21.5-inch iMac) Apple’s Excitement For The New iMacs...
Model Identifiers (AKA Model IDs) are an easy way to identify your Mac, which is particularly important if you’re planning to upgrade the memory or storage of your new or...