• Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
  • Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
  • Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
  • Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
  • Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM
Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac  - CT16G4S24AM

Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac - CT16G4S24AM

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  • Increases Mac system performance
  • Compatible for iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017) iMac18, 3, 3. 5GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5
  • Every single module extensively tested at the component and module level
  • Available in SODIMMs, RDIMMs, and ECC UDIMMs. DIMM Type - Unbuffered
  • Dual rank, x8 based module

Customer Reviews

YES!! IT DOES WORK - 2017 27inch i7 iMacI upgraded my iMac RAM to 40gb total from the original 8gb purchased. Buying the additional RAM from somewhere other than Apple will save you a boat load of money. I researched that Crucial was one of the better brands to purchase and were compatible with Mac's.I did have the usual difficulty that other reviews are stating. I originally replace the original existing RAM (2x4gb) with this Crucial kit (2x16gb) and then placed the original RAM in the remaining open slots -- DID NOT WORK for me had black screen for longer than 2 minutes. I then switched the cards around to other positions, again it did not work. Finally, I placed the original RAM in their original slots and the NEW Crucial RAM into the remaining slots (slots 1&3), I made sure to be very careful and make sure everything seeded properly and firmly -- THIS WORKED! After about 20 seconds of the iMac configuring itself the Apple logo appeared.I don't know why the iMacs are very finicky to RAM but they are and from the looks of it, MOST people are having a bit of trouble with getting it initially installed. But after some moving around and making sure they are seeded in their slots properly, it WILL work, just be patient and don't get to stressed when the iMac doesn't boot after your first couple of try's.That said, I am pleased with the product and the expansion to 40gb's is overkill for me, but will make this machine a good "10 year" computer, and heck if need be I can still upgrade it to a full 64gb.Final conclusion -- Great product -- Place the new RAM in the open slots (1&3) -- Give the computer 30 seconds of black screen and it will boot up, otherwise check to make sure everything is seeded and inserted properly, my guess is that even the slightest offset throws the whole system off.5Easy as pie to install - works like a dream on iMac (Retina 5K, 27", 2017)I was a bit concerned prior to installing my 32 GB kit - the reviews I read here, made it seem like I would encounter issues with slot placement and seating the cards. I'm a mom of two and I'm moderately tech-savvy (I've installed an SSD drive in my previous iMac without issue), but I'm in no way an Apple Genius.The entire process actually took me about 15 minutes (to be honest, 10 minutes of that was just unplugging everything and setting-up a clear/soft workspace on which to set the computer). After popping the cover off the back of the machine, I didn't change the position of the original RAM cards- I just added the two new 16 GB cards to the remaining/available slots- I didn't have a problem seating the cards at all. Then I replaced the cover, plugs and powered my machine on- there was an initialization prior to my log-in screen that was a tad bit longer than usual, but once I signed in, everything seemed in order- "About this Mac" reflected that I had 40 GB of RAM and the application I use to monitor my RAM usage had shown an impressive increase. Prior to installing this RAM- my available RAM would hover around a paltry 25 MB (I use Adobe applications, like Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and InDesign regularly), but after installing the upgraded RAM- I'm showing at least 30 GB of available RAM.For the price and ease of installation- I can't give a better endorsement. If you're on the fence about buying it, I can honestly say I'm extremely happy with this product!5Works flawlessly in my 2017 iMac 27 If you are ...Works flawlessly in my 2017 iMac 27 ***If you are keeping the stock memory that comes with this iMac****, put this Crucial memory in the slots that the Apple memory come installed in. Then put the two 4GB Apple RAM sticks in the other open slotsYour memory screen should look like this if you did it correctly. You want the new larger memory modules to be used FIRST. This will increase performance.5Great Value, Easy to InstallAfter purchasing my new 27" iMac (with just the basic on-board memory of 8GB), my very first stop was checking to see if Amazon sold Crucial memory upgrades. Sure enough, they do and I ordered the Crucial 32 GB (16GB x2) which would bring my total memory up to 40GB. 9to5 Mac has a great instructional video, and following along, I simply popped open the memory hatch on the back of my computer, lifted the two levers, inserted my new memory in the two empty slots (counting from the bottom, Slot 1 and Slot 3 already had the two 8GB sticks), closed everything back up and restarted my computer. All in all, the operation took me less than 1 minute. I did not have my camera handy, so I am providing this artist's sketch of the actual memory installation. Wicked fast delivery, great value when compared to Apple memory (I think they must build theirs with Unicorn Tears or something), and super-easy installation!!5Take some deep breaths, stay calm and don't give up...these will work in the 27" iMac (2017)Whoo hoo! Just successfully installed these in a new 2017 iMac after four tries. Nothing like a black screen on an expensive new device to cause stomach upset and borderline freaking out.My process went like this...open Apple documentation online. Read up on installing memory. Open Amazon reviews for memory just purchased, reread questions and first page of reviews. Decide to move Apple memory to other slots when installing. Unplug powered off iMac and remove network cable (hey, I figure better safe than sorry, I even turned off the keyboard and mouse, lol!). Use small screw driver to push in the memory bay door release switch. You have to push further in than you would expect. Bay door pops up on on end, remove door by pulling out and off. It's tight and makes a little bit of metal grating on metal sound. Press the two levers outwards, pull towards you and the memory bay drops down. Apple memory is in the bottom and middle slot. i removed laid down exactly as they came out, turned the Crucial memory around to match the direction of the slot. I put the Apple memory into the second and fourth slots & placed the Crucial in the bottom and center slots. Pushed the bay handles up to close the memory slots. Put in the outer door...secret is to reseat the top edge first to get correct alignment then push in the rest of it. It took a bit to get the knack cuz I was worried about forcing it in and breaking something.Power plug reinserted and iMac power button pushed. On the Apple site it says...Your iMac performs a memory initialization procedure when you first turn it on after upgrading memory or rearranging DIMMs. This process can take 30 seconds or more, and the display of your iMac remains dark until it's finished. Make sure to let the memory initialization complete...so I walked away for 5 minutes. When I came back the screen was. BLACK. Awwckkk! Not what I wanted to see. Could hear the computer running and performed a hard shutdown by holding the power button down. Reversed the order of the memory sticks. One of the Apple sticks "clicked" when I inserted it. Hmmmm.Powered on, initialization wait time...black screen. Thought maybe memory not all seated. Repeated process but did not switch order. Powered on, waited...black screen. Read the second page of reviews on Amazon and saw the very helpful review that mentions an online forum saying you have to press the memory in firmer than you think you should to seat it. So I went back in and reseated everything again. Pressing very firmly and hoping like crazy I wouldn't snap a stick in half or push the front screen clear out of the front bezel.Powered back on and lo and behold I had a successful boot!My take away...black screen equals memory not being recognized possibly due to not being seated properly. My advice...be PATIENT, don't PANIC, work smart, don't skip steps, take your time, and get ready to dance around the house when the RAM shows up when you open "About this Mac". Insert like memory pairs into every other slot, either 1 & 3 or 2 & 4. Have a nap to recuperate.5Exactly what I neededReview is for the 16GBx2 DDR4 Dual Rank.Installed without removing old DIMMs, everything booted as normal on the $2,200 i5 2TB iMac found in Apple Stores and the like. MacOS reports all DIMMs are working properly.One word of warning: when unplugging the iMac and reinserting the power cable, the computer will need a period of time to come back online with proper power/time to register the RAM. Don't freak out like I did when the computer doesn't immediately power on.5Great improvement in 2019 iMac 27" performance across the board!My review is for: Crucial 32GB Kit (16GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/s (PC4-21300) CL19 DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac - CT2K16G4S266MInstalled in under 5 minutes and a noticeable performance improvement in my 2019 iMac 27 with the i5 6 core and 1 TB SSD.Geekbench 5 showed almost all parameters improving due to 40 Gb of RAM rather than the 8 Gb as received for my system.In that Geekbench shows this improvement, clearly this RAM matches spec and performance my iMac came with for the 8GB Apple RAM in it.Not part of this review, but, Amazon, PLEASE don't pack RAM in the same box that my 40 pound Nutro dog food came in.I found the loose package of RAM under the dog-food bag!? Whowver packaged this at Amazon, needs more memory too! :)~5UPDATE: IS comparable with original Hynix single rank 8GB memory that comes installed in a 2017 27" 4.2 GHz i7 iMac.UPDATE: Changing my rating from 2 to 5 stars. This memory IS comparable with the 8GB Hynix Mac memory. You have to fully remove the original memory, install this kit in the first two rows and then install the original Mac memory in the last two rows. Installing the chip in an alternating pattern like the original memory is installed will not work. Hope that helps!This memory works by itself in my two new 2017 27" 4.2 GHz i7 iMacs, but not with the original 8GB Hynix Mac memory and vice versa. I called Crucial and it is an issue with the new iMac not liking the mix of single rank and dual rank memory. If you purchase, just know you might have to remove your base memory to get this to work if your base memory is single rank memory.Attached is a photo of the original mac memory that this crucial memory IS NOT comparable with.Buyer beware.5Works gret with iMac 27" 2017I ordered this set of 16GB x2 to upgrade my iMac 27" 2017. There is a similar set from crucial that is slightly cheaper, but i chose this version because it is explicitly said to be compatible with the Mac. And indeed, after I installed it, the memory was recognized immediately, and it works together with the default 8Gb that was factory installed. Together they are reported as 40Gb of 2400Mhz memory, as expected. Yay!5Black Screen? Try moving the modulesGot a black screen like I did? Try moving the memory around in different combinations while restarting in between. I did finally manage to get the 32GB Crucial Memory to work with the 8GB Apple Memory for a total of 40GB, but it took some experimentation.My 2017 27" iMac with 8GB of memory came with two 4GB modules installed in slots 2 and 4. First, I installed the Crucial memory in slots 1 and 3 and got nothing but black screen. Pulled everything out and reseated with the same black screen.Removing the 8GB of Apple memory worked, but left me with only 32 in slots 2+4. Reinstalling the Apple memory in slots 1+3 put me back to a black screen.Following that I moved the Apple memory to slots 1+2 and the Crucial to 3+4. This worked! 40GB total memory. However, the memory is mismatched so there's a massive performance hit in this configuration. At this point, I shut down and tried the first configuration one last time--Apple memory in 2+4 and Crucial in 1+3, and finally it worked! Up and running with 40GB Memory with paired modules.One might think the modules weren't seated properly, but I find that unlikely given the number of times I reseated the modules. So, if you're hitting nothing but black screen, try moving the modules around in different positions and then once something works try going back the ideal configuration. With some luck perhaps you'll also find the magic incantation for your system...4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.ae, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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Description
  • Increases Mac system performance
  • Compatible for iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017) iMac18, 3, 3. 5GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5
  • Every single module extensively tested at the component and module level
  • Available in SODIMMs, RDIMMs, and ECC UDIMMs. DIMM Type - Unbuffered
  • Dual rank, x8 based module
Reviews

Customer Reviews

YES!! IT DOES WORK - 2017 27inch i7 iMacI upgraded my iMac RAM to 40gb total from the original 8gb purchased. Buying the additional RAM from somewhere other than Apple will save you a boat load of money. I researched that Crucial was one of the better brands to purchase and were compatible with Mac's.I did have the usual difficulty that other reviews are stating. I originally replace the original existing RAM (2x4gb) with this Crucial kit (2x16gb) and then placed the original RAM in the remaining open slots -- DID NOT WORK for me had black screen for longer than 2 minutes. I then switched the cards around to other positions, again it did not work. Finally, I placed the original RAM in their original slots and the NEW Crucial RAM into the remaining slots (slots 1&3), I made sure to be very careful and make sure everything seeded properly and firmly -- THIS WORKED! After about 20 seconds of the iMac configuring itself the Apple logo appeared.I don't know why the iMacs are very finicky to RAM but they are and from the looks of it, MOST people are having a bit of trouble with getting it initially installed. But after some moving around and making sure they are seeded in their slots properly, it WILL work, just be patient and don't get to stressed when the iMac doesn't boot after your first couple of try's.That said, I am pleased with the product and the expansion to 40gb's is overkill for me, but will make this machine a good "10 year" computer, and heck if need be I can still upgrade it to a full 64gb.Final conclusion -- Great product -- Place the new RAM in the open slots (1&3) -- Give the computer 30 seconds of black screen and it will boot up, otherwise check to make sure everything is seeded and inserted properly, my guess is that even the slightest offset throws the whole system off.5Easy as pie to install - works like a dream on iMac (Retina 5K, 27", 2017)I was a bit concerned prior to installing my 32 GB kit - the reviews I read here, made it seem like I would encounter issues with slot placement and seating the cards. I'm a mom of two and I'm moderately tech-savvy (I've installed an SSD drive in my previous iMac without issue), but I'm in no way an Apple Genius.The entire process actually took me about 15 minutes (to be honest, 10 minutes of that was just unplugging everything and setting-up a clear/soft workspace on which to set the computer). After popping the cover off the back of the machine, I didn't change the position of the original RAM cards- I just added the two new 16 GB cards to the remaining/available slots- I didn't have a problem seating the cards at all. Then I replaced the cover, plugs and powered my machine on- there was an initialization prior to my log-in screen that was a tad bit longer than usual, but once I signed in, everything seemed in order- "About this Mac" reflected that I had 40 GB of RAM and the application I use to monitor my RAM usage had shown an impressive increase. Prior to installing this RAM- my available RAM would hover around a paltry 25 MB (I use Adobe applications, like Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and InDesign regularly), but after installing the upgraded RAM- I'm showing at least 30 GB of available RAM.For the price and ease of installation- I can't give a better endorsement. If you're on the fence about buying it, I can honestly say I'm extremely happy with this product!5Works flawlessly in my 2017 iMac 27 If you are ...Works flawlessly in my 2017 iMac 27 ***If you are keeping the stock memory that comes with this iMac****, put this Crucial memory in the slots that the Apple memory come installed in. Then put the two 4GB Apple RAM sticks in the other open slotsYour memory screen should look like this if you did it correctly. You want the new larger memory modules to be used FIRST. This will increase performance.5Great Value, Easy to InstallAfter purchasing my new 27" iMac (with just the basic on-board memory of 8GB), my very first stop was checking to see if Amazon sold Crucial memory upgrades. Sure enough, they do and I ordered the Crucial 32 GB (16GB x2) which would bring my total memory up to 40GB. 9to5 Mac has a great instructional video, and following along, I simply popped open the memory hatch on the back of my computer, lifted the two levers, inserted my new memory in the two empty slots (counting from the bottom, Slot 1 and Slot 3 already had the two 8GB sticks), closed everything back up and restarted my computer. All in all, the operation took me less than 1 minute. I did not have my camera handy, so I am providing this artist's sketch of the actual memory installation. Wicked fast delivery, great value when compared to Apple memory (I think they must build theirs with Unicorn Tears or something), and super-easy installation!!5Take some deep breaths, stay calm and don't give up...these will work in the 27" iMac (2017)Whoo hoo! Just successfully installed these in a new 2017 iMac after four tries. Nothing like a black screen on an expensive new device to cause stomach upset and borderline freaking out.My process went like this...open Apple documentation online. Read up on installing memory. Open Amazon reviews for memory just purchased, reread questions and first page of reviews. Decide to move Apple memory to other slots when installing. Unplug powered off iMac and remove network cable (hey, I figure better safe than sorry, I even turned off the keyboard and mouse, lol!). Use small screw driver to push in the memory bay door release switch. You have to push further in than you would expect. Bay door pops up on on end, remove door by pulling out and off. It's tight and makes a little bit of metal grating on metal sound. Press the two levers outwards, pull towards you and the memory bay drops down. Apple memory is in the bottom and middle slot. i removed laid down exactly as they came out, turned the Crucial memory around to match the direction of the slot. I put the Apple memory into the second and fourth slots & placed the Crucial in the bottom and center slots. Pushed the bay handles up to close the memory slots. Put in the outer door...secret is to reseat the top edge first to get correct alignment then push in the rest of it. It took a bit to get the knack cuz I was worried about forcing it in and breaking something.Power plug reinserted and iMac power button pushed. On the Apple site it says...Your iMac performs a memory initialization procedure when you first turn it on after upgrading memory or rearranging DIMMs. This process can take 30 seconds or more, and the display of your iMac remains dark until it's finished. Make sure to let the memory initialization complete...so I walked away for 5 minutes. When I came back the screen was. BLACK. Awwckkk! Not what I wanted to see. Could hear the computer running and performed a hard shutdown by holding the power button down. Reversed the order of the memory sticks. One of the Apple sticks "clicked" when I inserted it. Hmmmm.Powered on, initialization wait time...black screen. Thought maybe memory not all seated. Repeated process but did not switch order. Powered on, waited...black screen. Read the second page of reviews on Amazon and saw the very helpful review that mentions an online forum saying you have to press the memory in firmer than you think you should to seat it. So I went back in and reseated everything again. Pressing very firmly and hoping like crazy I wouldn't snap a stick in half or push the front screen clear out of the front bezel.Powered back on and lo and behold I had a successful boot!My take away...black screen equals memory not being recognized possibly due to not being seated properly. My advice...be PATIENT, don't PANIC, work smart, don't skip steps, take your time, and get ready to dance around the house when the RAM shows up when you open "About this Mac". Insert like memory pairs into every other slot, either 1 & 3 or 2 & 4. Have a nap to recuperate.5Exactly what I neededReview is for the 16GBx2 DDR4 Dual Rank.Installed without removing old DIMMs, everything booted as normal on the $2,200 i5 2TB iMac found in Apple Stores and the like. MacOS reports all DIMMs are working properly.One word of warning: when unplugging the iMac and reinserting the power cable, the computer will need a period of time to come back online with proper power/time to register the RAM. Don't freak out like I did when the computer doesn't immediately power on.5Great improvement in 2019 iMac 27" performance across the board!My review is for: Crucial 32GB Kit (16GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/s (PC4-21300) CL19 DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin for Mac - CT2K16G4S266MInstalled in under 5 minutes and a noticeable performance improvement in my 2019 iMac 27 with the i5 6 core and 1 TB SSD.Geekbench 5 showed almost all parameters improving due to 40 Gb of RAM rather than the 8 Gb as received for my system.In that Geekbench shows this improvement, clearly this RAM matches spec and performance my iMac came with for the 8GB Apple RAM in it.Not part of this review, but, Amazon, PLEASE don't pack RAM in the same box that my 40 pound Nutro dog food came in.I found the loose package of RAM under the dog-food bag!? Whowver packaged this at Amazon, needs more memory too! :)~5UPDATE: IS comparable with original Hynix single rank 8GB memory that comes installed in a 2017 27" 4.2 GHz i7 iMac.UPDATE: Changing my rating from 2 to 5 stars. This memory IS comparable with the 8GB Hynix Mac memory. You have to fully remove the original memory, install this kit in the first two rows and then install the original Mac memory in the last two rows. Installing the chip in an alternating pattern like the original memory is installed will not work. Hope that helps!This memory works by itself in my two new 2017 27" 4.2 GHz i7 iMacs, but not with the original 8GB Hynix Mac memory and vice versa. I called Crucial and it is an issue with the new iMac not liking the mix of single rank and dual rank memory. If you purchase, just know you might have to remove your base memory to get this to work if your base memory is single rank memory.Attached is a photo of the original mac memory that this crucial memory IS NOT comparable with.Buyer beware.5Works gret with iMac 27" 2017I ordered this set of 16GB x2 to upgrade my iMac 27" 2017. There is a similar set from crucial that is slightly cheaper, but i chose this version because it is explicitly said to be compatible with the Mac. And indeed, after I installed it, the memory was recognized immediately, and it works together with the default 8Gb that was factory installed. Together they are reported as 40Gb of 2400Mhz memory, as expected. Yay!5Black Screen? Try moving the modulesGot a black screen like I did? Try moving the memory around in different combinations while restarting in between. I did finally manage to get the 32GB Crucial Memory to work with the 8GB Apple Memory for a total of 40GB, but it took some experimentation.My 2017 27" iMac with 8GB of memory came with two 4GB modules installed in slots 2 and 4. First, I installed the Crucial memory in slots 1 and 3 and got nothing but black screen. Pulled everything out and reseated with the same black screen.Removing the 8GB of Apple memory worked, but left me with only 32 in slots 2+4. Reinstalling the Apple memory in slots 1+3 put me back to a black screen.Following that I moved the Apple memory to slots 1+2 and the Crucial to 3+4. This worked! 40GB total memory. However, the memory is mismatched so there's a massive performance hit in this configuration. At this point, I shut down and tried the first configuration one last time--Apple memory in 2+4 and Crucial in 1+3, and finally it worked! Up and running with 40GB Memory with paired modules.One might think the modules weren't seated properly, but I find that unlikely given the number of times I reseated the modules. So, if you're hitting nothing but black screen, try moving the modules around in different positions and then once something works try going back the ideal configuration. With some luck perhaps you'll also find the magic incantation for your system...4
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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