Price Drop: Ram Of All Shapes And Size!

Good Morning M:R Nation –

We have some price drops to talk about today. We don’t see this to often with RAM, but alas, here it is. A mega price drop that is sure to please. We have slashed each service by about $50.00!

What is “RAM” exactly? Well, it is an acronym that stands for Random-access memory which is a form of computer data storage. A random-access device allows stored data to be accessed in very nearly the same amount of time for any storage location, so data can be accessed quickly in any random order.

If you find your computer running a little sluggish, a good place to start is the RAM. The more applications you use at once, the more your ram is pressed. Our Apple Certified Repair Technicians will always use the correct spec in your device and split up the ram between all available slots to create a smooth running machine.

Below you can view the different Apple specified RAM services that we offer. We can go above 8GB if you computer is compatible, so if you feel you need more than 8GB, give us a call at 866-638-8402 and we can help you find out your maximum RAM capacity.

We also have the ability to replace RAM an any PC as well. Please be on the look for those services to be added, but in the mean time, give us a call if thats something you need.

Eight Gigabyte (8gb) Unibody MacBook Memory (8500) Memory Service

Four Gigabyte (4gb) Unibody MacBook, MacBook Pro & Mini (8500) Memory Service

Four Gigabyte (4gb) MacBook & MacBook Pro (5300) Memory Service

Two Gigabyte (2gb) MacBook, MacBook Pro & Mini (5300) Memory Service

I hope all is well and the Holiday hangover is not too bad. We only have one more Holiday to get through and we are clear for another year:-)

Cheers, Troy

Ram, memory, remember?

Good afternoon everyone and HAPPY NEW YEAR! I’m going to make a prediction right now. There’s a ton of talk about the “doomsday” this year (reference the movie 2012 starring John Cusak!) but I have a sneaking suspicion that the internet has gotten a hold of this notion and it’s a viral hoax. Mission Repair will be here in 2013!

I just got off the phone today with a customer that wasn’t sure about memory for his computer. In fact, he went on to ask about the RAM for the same computer and just wasn’t sure about the differences between the two.

Being in the business, it comes naturally – memory and RAM are the same thing. Actually, RAM stands for “Random Access Memory” so the term “memory” is short for RAM. RAM is considered “random access” because you can access any memory cell directly if you know the row and column that intersect at that cell. In addition to serving as temporary storage and working space for the operating system and its applications, RAM is used in numerous other ways.

However RAM (and memory) is DIFFERENT than storage. Storage is typically referred to as the hard drive or the hard disk but let’s leave that for another topic later.

So should you increase your RAM? Typically the answer is YES, however we will leave you to decide. The main point of this discussion? Well we’d be happy to address your RAM module needs and inexpensively we can upgrade your system (if it allows) and even trade in your old RAM toward an upgrade! Thanks for reading and I’ll be back soon.

Best, Ryan