C-San – LA Life feat. Casey V. & Sleezy official music Video

September 7th, 2008
DIY, Media

I told C-san i support his music, found this today and its time to spread the word. You can download his album here C-San The Birth . Save him as a friend on the space too so you will be updated all the time one his progress C-San Music Has anyone seen the three-1-zero’s video we did at the forum?

C-San – LA Life f. Casey V. & Sleezy
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Posted By: Sito

How to change ram on a MAC and save $$$

August 14th, 2008

I found this today wile browsing the net, good info for tight wad, cheap ass MAC users.. Like me:

With the onslaught of new Intel Macs and the dual Windows/Mac possibilities offered by programs like Parallels and Boot Camp, a lot of Windows users have been tempted to make the switch to a Mac – if not for those hefty price tags.

While there’s no easy way to bring down the starting price of a new Mac, there are ways to save money if you’re looking to go top-of-the-line on extras, specifically memory. For example, when I bought my MacBook Pro last month, I saved over $300 by upgrading the RAM myself, a process requiring only a few minutes. Here’s how I did it.

First of all, a quick glance at the economics: The bargain basement MacBook Pro from Apple will set you back $1,999.00 with 512MB of RAM (hardly enough for a system running OS X, in my opinion). To really boost the power, I grabbed 2 x 1GB sticks of RAM from Newegg, which cost around $170. Had I ordered the 2GB RAM upgrade from Apple, the price of my MBP would have jumped $500.

Seems ridiculous for a five minute procedure and some cheap RAM, right? Apple’s documentation for upgrading your MacBook Pro’s memory should give you a pretty good idea of what’s involved, but if you’re still not convinced that upgrading the RAM yourself is doable, check out the video I made of my upgrade. (Music courtesy of Rayza via CCHits)

It really is that easy. In the off chance that you get everything back together and your MBP isn’t booting up, you probably didn’t get the memory pushed in all the way – open it up and make sure. Oh, and remember to unplug your computer before attempting any of this.

Hopefully that gives you an idea of just how simple the upgrade process is. If the MacBook Pro isn’t your cup of tea, you can also follow these official Apple instructions on how to upgrade the RAM on your:

* MacBook [PDF Alert]
* Mac Pro[PDF Alert]

Since I couldn’t find a guide from Apple for upgrading a Mac Mini’s RAM from Apple, here’s a good-looking tutorial for doing so.

For me, the cheap upgrade to the full 2GB of onboard RAM made the MacBook Pro a much more viable option. The Apple premium can definitely be hard to swallow, so when you make a purchase that big, every dollar you save feels pretty good. Adam Pash-http://lifehacker.com

Posted By: Sito