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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by dukebound85, Mar 20, 2010.
Why is it limited to 4 gigs? Is this a hardware or software limitation?
well ow sell an 8gb kit and i have spoke to a few guys ha have got 8gb in there macbook. apple only support up to 4gb but the chipset can use 8gb according to a lot of people.
Apple frequently does that kind of thing, in this case I think they did it to artificially make the MacBook Pro seem better in regards to RAM. Other World Computing has tested the white Unibody MacBook and found that it successfully works with up to 8GB just like the MacBook Pro.
Other World Computing: Upgrades for the MacBook "Unibody" (October 2009)
it supports 8
i heard not all 8 gig sets ups work, correct?
why would that be?
I haven't heard that. It works on mine.
so any brand of 8 gig ram will work?
This is what I ordered for mine, and it works great.
This is what I am concerned about. This true or just trying to sell their product?
I think they're trying to sell their product.