|Sep 6, 2010, 05:41 AM||#1|
What is the maximum amount of RAM the 2010 quad core mac pro can handle?
I checked the tech specs on apple's website and they said 16GB but when I went to crucial.com to find out what memory was compatible they said the maximum was 32GB.
So am I right in thinking that my 2010 quad core mac pro can handle 32GB but Apple only supports up to 16GB?
|Sep 6, 2010, 05:47 AM||#2|
The most supported by the Quad Core and the Six Core is 32GB. The most supported by the 8-Core and 12-Core is 64GB.
Use the chart found on this site for the memory configurations you can do for it:
OWC Mac Pro Memory Upgrades
15" rMBP 2.7GHz+16GB+768GB :: iPhone 5 32GB :: iPad Mini 64GB Wi-Fi
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