Other World Computing (http://www.macsales.com) says its MaxRAM Certified Triple-Channel Memory Upgrade Kits are the industry’s first 16GB module based upgrades to provide up to 96GB for all Apple Mac Pro 2009 (Nehalem) and 2010 (Nehalem and Westmere) models.
These new 16GB per module kits are available in the following options:
° 48GB (3x16GB) PC3-10600 ECC DDR3 1333/1066MHz Triple-Channel Set, US$1,599.99;
° 96GB (6x16GB) PC3-10600 ECC DDR3 1333MHz Matched Modules, $3179.99;
° 2GB modules and kits for up to 16GB from $34.99, 8GB kits from $137.99;
° 4GB modules and kits for up to 32GB from $64.99, 16GB kits from $254.99;
° 8GB modules and kits for up to 64GB from $189.99, 32GB kits from $729.99.
To assist all Mac Pro owners in selecting the correct memory upgrade for any of the 2006 to current Mac Pro models, OWC has created a e guide that shows the correct memory type and options specific to each of the different Mac Pro models. Go to http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/memory/Mac-Pro-Memory .