I have a core duo macbook pro from 2010, the advertised ram limit is 4gb but I upgraded to 8gb after x64 OS upgrade. I've also read that 16gb works. Now I'm wondering, can the mid 2012 macbook pro models (last that could be disassembled and customized) support 32gb RAM with the new 16gb modules? http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Produc...aAZ5YUcktcMYW84TZwXqn3VHE77jyoTRM8aAib78P8HAQ I can't find any definitive answer online, only that Ivy Bridge cpu's should support this, even without a firmware update. I want to sell my current model get this 2012 model, because I prefer 2.5 SSDs, the 1-2tb drives are much cheaper than these new pcie SSDs, and pcie is overkill for what I'm doing. I would get a dell XPS or Zenbook Pro, but these require different SSDs, and have less ram slots. To be honest, the 3615QM isn't very far from a new 6700k anyways, maybe a negligible 5-10% performance gain. Thanks!