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I am getting my MacBook Pro soon in the Mail and I am wanting to upgrade from 2g of RAM to 4g without going to the expensive Apple store.

I was wondering if anyone could link/recommend me the best type/place to get RAM from as far as quality and price.

I have a tutorial on how to install it I just want to make sure I get the right RAM first.

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Here's one place: http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/memory/MacBook/DDR2/

There's also = www.crucial.com and www.canadaram.com

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I bought my RAM from Kingston. Their website makes it very easy to choose the memory that fits your notebook. I paid $95for 2x2gb
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www.ramjet.com

great shipping, great prices, no complaints!

I have never personally bought from them, but my sister purchased two 1 GB sticks and everything ran smoothly and efficiently.
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