2011 MacBook pro max ram

Jedii

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Hii.


I've read about that they officially support 8GB, has any real person had one with 16GB working? I don't see why they won't support 16GB,

Anyone?
 

GGJstudios

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I've read about that they officially support 8GB, has any real person had one with 16GB working? I don't see why they won't support 16GB,
They do support 16GB. You can find specs on all Apple products, including maximum RAM:
 

Jedii

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yes 16 works


Thanks a bunch buddyz,

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They do support 16GB. You can find specs on all Apple products, including maximum RAM:
That's awesome, thanks so much!
 

Prime85

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Hii.


I've read about that they officially support 8GB, has any real person had one with 16GB working? I don't see why they won't support 16GB,

Anyone?
I have it in my late 2011 works great!
 

Jedii

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is there an overly huge difference going from 8-16gb?

Well,simply put - i want a macbook with OSX, and i want to be able to continue my Windows 7 stuff etc, which requires a lot of RAM for what i do, loads of virtualization etc.

Although i may run Parallels hmm. nested VM's etc.
 

JTyler82

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Well,simply put - i want a macbook with OSX, and i want to be able to continue my Windows 7 stuff etc, which requires a lot of RAM for what i do, loads of virtualization etc.

Although i may run Parallels hmm. nested VM's etc.
Got it. I had 16GB on my Asus G74 and it flew. I could totally tell a difference. But since I'm a new Mac user now, I don't really know how stuff compares. I did notice throwing a SSD in my MBP as apose to my Asus, was way faster