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MacBook Memory and Storage Upgrade

If your Macbook is running well as it is, then you probably don’t need to add any more RAM. For most everyday tasks, 8GB of memory is plenty. In fact, you can get along quite well with even less than that, if you’re just browsing the web and watching videos.  

 

But if you're doing anything more intensive, like music production or video editing, then the more RAM your Mac has the better. You don’t necessarily need to install the maximum amount of RAM possible, but 16GB or 32GB are good starting points for more intensive tasks.  

 

If you’re unsure if you need to upgrade your Macintosh RAM, it’s worth checking to see how much you’re currently using.  

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MacBook ram upgrade

DDR 3     2GB  -    S$ 30

 

DDR 3      4GB  -    S$85

DDR 3      8GB -     S$150

DDR4      16GB -     S$190

 

SATA 2.5 Hard disc upgrade

Branded Hard disc with OS installation   500GB  -  S$150

 

Branded Hard Disc with OS installation   1TB   -     S$190

Hard disc enclosure  - S$25

 

SATA 3.5 Hard disc upgrade

Branded Hard disc with OS installation   1 TB  -  S$250

 

Branded Hard Disc with OS installation   2TB   -     S$350

3.0 Hard disc enclosure - S$35

 

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Solid State Drives - SSD
Sata 6GB/s Speed

Transcend/Samsung 860 Evo with OS  250GB  -    S$220

 

Transcend/Samsung 860 Evo  with OS 500GB  -    S$350

Transcend/Samsung 860 Evo  with OS  1TB       -    S$450

Transcend/Samsung 860 Evo  with OS  2TB       -    S$550

Macs Flash Memory Upgrade

(Retina & Air Year 2013-2015 Model only)

SSD NVME with OS  250GB  -    S$280

 

SSD NVME with OS 500GB  -    S$380

SSD NVME with OS  1TB       -    S$480

SSD NVME with OS  2TB       -    S$750

 

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