Macbook Pro Memory

vanderz

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Aug 12, 2011
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Hi i have a 13" Macbook Pro 2011, i am looking at upgrading my ram. I currently have the standard memory in it 4GB. I looked at the Apple website regarding upgrading your ram and it says that the maximum memory is 8gb.

I went to http://www.crucial.com and searched there website, they say that my mac can take 16GB.

Could someone confirm if my mac will be able to make full use of the 16gb, as i don't want to be wasting my money on something that won't benefit me.

Here is the results the page gave me;
http://www.crucial.com/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=88ECE5DBA5CA7304

As i don't have any knowledge on memory, could someone please advise me if crucial is a good brand to buy for it's price. Or would i be better off spending a little more on another brand. As from what i have looked before this, the price quoted seems very cheap.


Thanks in advance.

James
 

GGJstudios

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You can find specs on all Apple products, including maximum RAM:
 

gorskiegangsta

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Mar 13, 2011
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All 2011 MacBook Pro models take 16GB RAM.

Crucial is a reputable brand. In fact, I'd say it is the best consumer brand (quality for the price) right now. Other reputable brands that I've had a good experience with are Kingston, and G.Skill.
 
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