I do. For 2009 MacPro that I got in 2009 lol!
This one was recommended to me and I’m planning to add this to my Mac sometime in the next month. I’ll probably write another update about how it worked out 🙂 For now, I can neither update to the newest versions of OSX, nor install certain Adobe products that require more RAM.
Apple 4GB Module PC3-8500 Mac Pro MacPro5,1 MacPro4,1 Mid 2012 Mid 2010 Early 2009 Mac Pro MB871LL/A A1289 MC250LL/A MC915LL/A MD770LL/A MD772LL/A MB535LL/A A1289 MC561LL/A Memory RAM
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- Designed For Mac Pro Models: Early 2009 Mid-2010 Mid-2012 MB535LL/A MB871LL/A MC250LL/A MC561LL/A MC915LL/A MD770LL/A MD772LL/A A1289 MacPro4,1 MacPro5,1
While the 2009 MacPro that I have says it can have up to 32GB of RAM (I have had 6GB for the past decade!), I’ve been told that people have already successfully used 64GB as well. That might be a little overkill for now, but it might make sense in another decade or so lol!