I've come across this article on TUAW and was wondering:
does it make sense to put in 2*2GB RAM in your Macbook? Will it work? or is the best setup to use 2*1GB RAMs? If you say max. is 3.3GB is it hypothetically possible to put in one 2GB RAM and 1GB RAM without any conflicts? Would appreciate any replies.
On a side note: I have the MB C2D 2Ghz with Superdrive (the version before the latest update)
VaDor: Apple's official specification is 2 Gb total (2 x 1 Gb SODIMMs)
KM: Not limited by the CPU as such -- limited by the memory controller on the motherboard.
By and YK: 3.3 is usable on Core2Duo Macbooks and MacBook Pros. CoreDuos are limited to 2 Gb. MBP and iMac C2D Santa Rosas can take the full 4 Gb
On Core2Duos, you can install 1 Gb + 2 Gb, or 2 Gb + 2 Gb. The 4 Gb (really 3.3 Gb) install gives you as 6% - 8% advantage in average speed because of Dual Channel Memory access, but costs more, obviously.