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MacBook - will this ram fit?


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it should work, assuming you have a 3rd gen MacBook

check your model here, if it is the same spec ram then yes

http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/list...=Apple&cat=RAM
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it's a core 2 duo, but not the new santa rosa model

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