How to find my model number such as MC372LL/A (rubbed off)

james-bailey

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Nov 17, 2010
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Hey folks, I am going to increase my RAM in my MBP 15" 2.53mhz i5, bought late 2010, and from looking on the Crucial website http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=DB93A1F4A5CA7304 I think this is going be the one I want.

I remember my MBP having a model number on the back that should match MC372LL/A on that website but it seems to of been scratched off the back of mine due to wear n tear...

Is there anywhere else I can find that number on mine?

Thanks
 

heisenberg123

macrumors 603
Oct 31, 2010
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Hamilton, Ontario
Hey folks, I am going to increase my RAM in my MBP 15" 2.53mhz i5, bought late 2010, and from looking on the Crucial website http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=DB93A1F4A5CA7304 I think this is going be the one I want.

I remember my MBP having a model number on the back that should match MC372LL/A on that website but it seems to of been scratched off the back of mine due to wear n tear...

Is there anywhere else I can find that number on mine?

Thanks
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GGJstudios

macrumors Westmere
May 16, 2008
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You can find specs on all Apple products, including maximum RAM:
  • By visiting EveryMac.com: Actual Maximum RAM
  • By using Mactracker
  • By entering your serial number here to find specs for your model. (Be aware that some models can use more RAM than Apple shows. Check EveryMac or MacTracker to verify.)
Your model identifier can be found by  > About This Mac > More Info > Hardware
Your serial number can be found by  > About This Mac > then click the Version line directly under Mac OS X to toggle between Mac OS X version, build number and serial number.