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Late 2008 unibody aluminum MacBook 2.4 Ghz intel core 2 duo 2gb 1066Mhz DDR3 (PC3 8500) i am wanting to up grade to 4GB

my question is: what are the most reliable chips to buy? buy from Apple, kingston, Pro memory, etc.
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Highly recommend OWC (Other World Computing)
Ordered from Aust got within 6 days
Cheap and had installed in 5 minutes and no problems what so ever..

Here is the link >>> OWC, and there is a section you put in your Mac specs and it will bring up all compatible memory for your particular machine..

Great company

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