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Hi, I have a 2.5 ghz core 2 duo macbook pro and i was thinking about upgrading it from 2Gigs of ram to 4 gigs. Theres this store nearby which has some notebook ram but I dont know for sure if it will work with the MBP.

Kingston KVR 2048MB DDR2 667Mhz 200Pin SODIMM (KVR667D2S5/2G) Notebook Memory

Thats the type right there, anyone know if that would work? Thanks.
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Just an FYI if you really wanna max out your ram it is possible to get 6 gigs with a 4 gig chip and a 2 gig chip in your macbook pro. for some reason 8 gigs isn't support but six works great, do a google search for more info if your interested. I am waiting to see if snow leopard allows support for 8 gigs
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