Upgrade Your iMac RAM on the Cheap With OWC

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Other World Computing (OWC) is providing a tempting deal for Mac desktop users this holiday season. It is never a bad time to upgrade your computer’s memory and the Illinois-based company will help you do so with their DIY RAM installation kits for 2012 Apple iMac 21.5” i5 and i7 models.

Their complete kit includes two 8GB PC3-12800 DDR3L 1600Mhz SO-DIMM memory modules plus all opening, installation, reassembly tools and materials and a Lifetime Warranty for $119.

Sounds like a jolly good way to treat yourself this holiday season. And although they do recommend to seek help from a professional, don’t worry if you lack the tech skills to do the surgery on your computer; Other World has pictorials for disassembling your iMac and memory installation how-to videos up on their blog.

For those with an edge in computer hardware handling, the same kit is available without the tools portion for $97.50.

Their 2012 27” iMacs have finally gotten through being back-ordered and are available with the same upgrade kit deal as their smaller brethren.

The zero-emissions Mac and PC technology company is also offering memory upgrade options for their 2010 -2011 27” iMac models — 8GB up to 32GB RAM upgrades from $49.50. Choose from an 8GB, 12GB, 16GB or 32GB capacity upgrade and don’t worry about tricky installation methods to upgrade these older machines, as their memory banks are accessed via rear slots without needed to remove any parts.

For more details and excellent gifting ideas for computer buffs, visit OWC’s web-store.

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