Max RAM and Part number for MacBook Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz

PecanEater

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I have a Black MacBook Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz. What is the maximum RAM supported? Sorry for the question but I've found conflicting answers... Also how do I find the official Apple part number for this computer?
 

EngBrian

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Feb 7, 2007
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I believe Apple says the limit is 2Gb so that you have matched pairs of ram. But I have heard that 3Gb can be addressed but you would have to find out from someone else about performance.
 

aethelbert

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Apple says 2GB.
The chipset will recgonize and use 3.3GB.
And now, someone here is reporting 4GB as working (at least that was the case at the time I read it).
 

EngBrian

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Feb 7, 2007
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Apple says 2GB.
The chipset will recgonize and use 3.3GB.
And now, someone here is reporting 4GB as working (at least that was the case at the time I read it).
The thread I saw on that said that the "about this mac" was showing 4gb but last time I read it was unclear as to whether the computer was able to address it.