Upgrade iMac Memory with Data Memory Systems
The late-2015 models can easily be upgraded with more RAM memory for faster performance
Data Memory Systems, one of the US’ leading suppliers of computer memory, is giving iMac Retina 5K owners the ability to experience maximum performance on their late-2015 devices, with a range of specific RAM memory upgrades at reasonable prices.
The 27” late-2015 iMacs with Retina display can be upgraded in numerous ways, adding more RAM that makes the machine numerous times faster and more powerful than its predecessors. The new devices support a faster DDR3 than previous models – and thanks to tests by the team at Data Memory Systems, it’s also been discovered that the new iMac can support up to 64GB, instead of the listed 32GB.
The upgrade means that iMac users will be able to achieve incredible performance speeds on their devices – and having such a large amount of RAM will also futureproof the machines for many years to come, meaning users won’t have to fork out thousands of dollars for a replacement.
A spokesman for Data Memory Systems says, “iMacs are the jewel in the crown of Apple’s product line – many of them boast incredible stats, but the RAM memory is often found wanting. With these new memory modules for the late-2015 27” iMacs with Retina 5K, users can overcome this problem and supercharge their devices for the years to come, allowing them to benefit from incredible performance and the ability to multitask with even the most demanding applications.”
The spokesman adds, “At Data Memory Systems, we’ve got all the memory modules you need to upgrade not only your iMacs, but also all of the other products in Apple’s coveted line-up. With low prices, a lifetime guarantee on all memory modules and free international shipping, we’re the go-to destination for all your Apple memory needs.”
As with all Mac memory upgrades, the PC3-14900 DDR3 SODIMMs compatible with this line of iMacs will need to be installed in pairs. So, for example, if you’re looking to add 8GB of RAM, you’ll need 2 4GB memory modules – and two empty slots in which to place them. The new iMacs come with four memory slots, supporting up to 16GB per slot. At Data Memory Systems, an 8GB upgrade with two banks of 4GB is available for just $59.90 – a reasonable price for an upgrade that will dramatically boost performance, even for power users.
Data Memory Systems also retails a 32GB kit for those who do want to max out their memory slots instantly. The set, which comes with two 16GB modules, is available for $518.00 – and it will guarantee exemplary performance for many, many years to come.
For more information about Data Memory Systems, visit the website at: www.datamemorysystems.com
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Contact: Rebecca Appleton
Tel UK: 01623 428996
Tel US: 917-720-3025
DMS has been supplying the electronics industry with high quality components since 1963 and memory modules since 1987. We are one of the first original memory companies to support Apple computer and have been doing so for over 20 years. We also support a vast array of computer memory for PC's and servers.