What’s the maximum ram for MC207LL/A late 2009

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  1. 50mmstudios macrumors newbie

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    MC207LL/A MacBook late 2009 can I add 16 go ram to it with no problems?
     
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    Mine had 8 GB. As far as I know - this is the maximum
     
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    Maybe it's because I visit the site regularly and Google search skews my results that way but when I search for "MC207LL/A late 2009" the first result I get is this detail page at everymac.com.
     
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    Thank you all for the information I was just wondering cause I currently have 4gb of ram I wanted it to move a lil faster so I guess ill or the 8gb set instead of the 16
     
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    8GB of RAM will not hurt, and might make a noticeable improvement.
    Replacing a hard drive with an SSD WILL make your MacBook feel faster even than when it was new...
    Both upgrades would be a Good Thing™
     
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    Whats the best SSD To upgrade to? I actually want it to run faster
     
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    Your SATA bus is 3.0GB/s so something cheap like SanDisk will work great.
     
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    Yeah, get the SSD and see how it goes. SSD + 4 GB is actually fairly decent for a lot of stuff. SSD + 8 GB is even better, but for many people it isn't as big of a jump. 16 GB is overkill for many people, but it's moot for you anyway, since you can't install 16 GB.
     

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