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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

MacBook - 2GB Max?


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http://www.myfirstmac.com/index.php/...c-should-i-buy

I was planning on getting 4GB RAM for my Macbook soon but I just read here that it's 2GB max. Is this correct?
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According to Apple all the current macbooks support up to 4GB of ram.



http://www.apple.com/macbook/specs.html

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I figured that was incorrect, thanks for the quick response.
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I have a macbook from april 07 and the limit is 3gb ram but the problem is to get 3gb ram i would need to put in 2 2gb ram sticks and loose a gb. so i consider mine to max out at 2gb ram.

recent ones are 4gb ram.
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This page will show you what your max RAM and usable RAM is depending on macbook model:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacBook#Specifications

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I'm pretty sure I have the most recent one because I bought it from my school in June, it came with Leopard and 2GB stock. I'm sure there is a way to tell; do I got to "About Mac" or something? I'm not on my mac right now.

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