RAM is RAM isn't it? A lot of them just say "designed for Intel" but as long as it fits it should work.
So long as it is made to comply with JEDEC standards it should work with any system that is designed to be compatible with industry-wide standards (ie: non-apple). However, if the ram is not designed to comply with industry-standards it should be stated that it does not - otherwise it is technically defective.
However, JEDEC settings and advertised settings are not identical.
But yes, ram is ram.
Just bear in mind that sticks that advertise non-standard settings will not work at the non-standard settings on a system that lacks configuration options for those settings. (ie: a 1600MHz stick may be clocked at 1066MHz. But this is not necessarily a fault of the ram, simply configuration and thae fact that the memory was probably advertised with non-standard settings.)
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