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The brand should not matter at all. RAM allocation is handled by the operating system and thus AE possibly couldn't care less, if you get my meaning. As long as it fits the specs of the Mac, it should therefore be safe to run.
Jakub, if you haven't already done so, check out www.crucial.com. They have pretty good and reliable deals.
For best Mac pro performance, add 4 identical RAM sticks as the Intel Xeon architeture has quad-channel RAM access. Second best option is to get 8 identical RAM sticks. Worse is to mix and match.
Make sure you install the sticks according to the graphic on the inside of the Mac Pro lid, and get a non-static braclet!
- Jonas Hummelstrand
(Mac Pro 4x3 GHz with 8 x 2 GB sticks)
Maybe Adobe should license their brand to make official Photoshop RAM and After Effects RAM. I'm sure some sucker would buy it. :)
Many Thanks for the feedback everyone, i just wanted to be sure since the Certified Data Ram was a bit cheaper then the Kingston, I guess it's just brand prestige.
> Maybe Adobe should license their brand to make official Photoshop RAM and After Effects RAM. I'm sure some sucker would buy it.
Don´t dare, please!
But if so, think farther! Think about Adobe operating systems that work well with Windows, Mac OS, Linux and any systems available in the future!
Why? Because future belongs to no one till it get present ;)