>> I'm shopping for 2 x 256 chips for my Wallstreet II/266. I'm a bit
>> bewildered by stuff like whether not all of these are 100% OS X
>> compatible on my WallStreet II. I've seen chips twice as expensive as
>> the rest claiming to be OS X compatible and "Apple certified for OS X".
>> What does "Apple certified" mean in this context and why should I pay
>> double for that? I'd expect all shipping chips to be OS X compatible,
>> but maybe there can be some differences? What are they?
>> After all I remember the debacle from this spring when Apple changed
>> something in an update of whatever it was. But what makes a chip more
>> compatible than another and how does it actually make the Powerbook more
>> useful? Hardly the other chips crash several times a day with OS X. Or
>> do they?
>> Anyone bought these from Otherworld Computing and run on OS X?:
>> 168L>. OWT say these are OS X compatible. So why would I expect them not
>> to be?
>> Anyone bought these made by KTI and Transcend respectively from MemoryX
>> and run it on OS X?
>> < http://www.memoryx.net/apl144x256l.html>
>> Can it be unwise mixing makers of chips like that?
>> Also what is "HyperSpeed Memory":
>> - p/n MLH6664U/256/KWL from
>> I've never heard of these kind of chip differences before and what
>> difference they could make.
>> What do you guys make of it?