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MacBook Pro - Maximum ram for my model?


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I wanted to know what the maximum ram is for my model mbp. I can't remember if I have the 3gb or 4gb max model.

Bought in August 2007.

Heres the specs...

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4GB of ram for the core 2 duo's

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Not 4Gig of RAM for ALL Core2Duo's...

The earlier 2.16 and 2.33 processors only took 3Gig...

But your 2.2 processor, with its 800MHz Bus speed (not 667) will take 4Gig.
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Sorry to hijack this thread, but I've been wondering why my MBP maxes out at 4gb. Is it a software or hardware issue?
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