Macbook RAM question.

rdweaver

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Apr 28, 2005
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I'm going to buy a Macbook when I'm in the US in a few weeks time. I want to buy 2Gb of ram to take with me and install right away. My question is this. If, although unlikely, Apple change the processor to a core 2 duo between now and me buying my Macbook will the 2gb of RAM still work O.K. Sorry if this is a stupid question, I just need to be sure before I buy the RAM.
 

s2mcpaul

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May 14, 2006
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Hi Buy the macbook with the standard 512mb ram. Buy aftermarket ram through either ramjet.com(2Gig for MacBook $259) or datamem.com2GB (Lifetime Warranty) $210.00). It will save you a lot of money and its the same as you would get through apple.com (if you upgrade at the time of purchase its $500, or $600 after purchase.) The guys at the apple store actually told me to get it through datamem. They said that it would not alter your warranty in either case.
 

rdweaver

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Apr 28, 2005
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Scotland
Thanks for the reply, but I don't think you understood my question. I live in the U.K and will buy the RAM before I go to the US to install myself once I buy my Macbook. The question is if I buy the RAM now will it still work if Apple change the processor to a core 2 duo?
 

ieani

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Jan 3, 2006
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the states for now
rdweaver said:
Thanks for the reply, but I don't think you understood my question. I live in the U.K and will buy the RAM before I go to the US to install myself once I buy my Macbook. The question is if I buy the RAM now will it still work if Apple change the processor to a core 2 duo?
Yes, the logic board will be same so the RAM will be.