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Hey guys I was looking to upgrade my ram on my macbook (fall 09).. I was wondering what is the best deal for 4 gigs of ram that is under 150$ I was looking online and I've seen some good deals but I dont know which would be the best, and I would like a standpoint from a current mac user.thanks!

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In conjuntion with the Feeling's question: is 4 gigs the absolute MAX RAM that will fit in a 13inch MBP 5,5?
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It supports up to 8GB of RAM
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Thank you very much RZJ
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Go to RAM Memory Upgrade: Dell, Mac, Apple, HP, Compaq. USB drives, flash cards, SSD at Crucial.com
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