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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by heliocentric, May 5, 2009.
Yes, as it is 667MHz DDR II SO-DIMM 200-pin SD-RAM and the white MacBook (10/2008 or 1/2009) still uses it.
If I were you, I would buy 800mhz DDR2 for your nVidia WhiteBook. It's faster and its about the same price. NOTE: 800mhz DDR2 will only work on an nVidia WhiteBook, not any earlier Intel GMA WhiteBooks.
is this ok then?
800mhz DDR2 should still work, but you won't see the speed bump, as it'll still run at 667mhz.
No, it WILL run at 800mhz, so you should buy DDR2 800mhz RAM. It will make your system a bit faster and your graphics too. There's a thread about this already. Nvidia whitebooks run 800mhz RAM at full speed, intel macbooks stop at 667mhz.
I was referring to where tayloralmond said it wouldn't work with x3100 whitebooks.