Memory Question For Oct'09 13 inch uni-body Macbook

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by ncfuser, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. ncfuser macrumors regular

    Oct 24, 2007
    Ok, before I get yelled at, I did a search.
    Could not find an answer.
    Got the new 13 inch Mackbook (Oct'09 MC207LL/A)
    I know it takes DDR3-1066/DDR3 PC3-8500 204-pin SODIMM.

    So I did a search and found that many users are upgrading their 13 inch Macbook Pros (or any other 09 Macbook Pro, as I think they all take the same RAM?)

    Many pointed me to this:

    Which looks to be the same as this:

    But when I go thru the Crucial Memory Advisor Tool it gives me this:

    The "model" #s are different.
    CT898327 vs CT1115272

    But what is the difference?
    Will the CT898327 on Amazon work with my Macbook?
    Or do I need the CT1115272?

    Thanks in Advance.
  2. moogle301 macrumors member


    Nov 29, 2009
    I do not know the answer I'm sorry but on a related note, is upgrading yourself actually cheaper than getting apple to do it? I keep hearing apple is expensive, but Crucial seems just as expensive here in the UK, unless I'm doing something wrong (bearing in mind I haven't bought the macbook yet and it's £69 extra to get 4gig over 2gig). Perhaps its my student discount.
    Hope you find your answer :]
  3. KnightWRX macrumors Pentium


    Jan 28, 2009
    Quebec, Canada
    Never got the crucial RAM to work in mine and I was trying with what their memory tool told me to go with. Once installed, all of the batches they sent me would prevent the Macbook from waking up from sleep.

    I finally just ordered some generic Mushkin RAM from an online store I use normally and everything was flawless on the first try.
  4. ricof macrumors member

    Nov 29, 2009
    The Garden of England
    Just installed the crucial 4gb kit on my 13inch MBP. Works flawlessly and good value for money (about 80 quid all in). System is much faster now.

    Go for it!
  5. moogle301 macrumors member


    Nov 29, 2009
    So are you saying I should just get the macbook with 4GIG RAM id I haven't already? (I guess you weren't replying to me) but it costs £69.. If the cheapest you got it was £80 and you had to bother buying it yourself..
  6. ncfuser thread starter macrumors regular

    Oct 24, 2007
    Its not the Macbook Pro, its the white Macbook.
  7. ncfuser thread starter macrumors regular

    Oct 24, 2007
    I did a search for a couple other 13 inch Macbook and Macbook Pros and each model "book" has a different model # for the 4GB kit. But the memory looks the same.
    My guess they only use that number for tracking what belongs to each macbook.

    I guess I will find out.

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