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Hi there,

Currently, I am running a 1.83 macbook with 512 Ram.

I just want to ask you if its okay to run 256mb ram in one slot and a 1gb in the other slot? Will i expecting any trouble?
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It will work just fine. I was running the same thing once and you will find a lot of other people around here are using 1.25 as well.

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i thought that apple says that you should only use pairs of memory and not to mix and match??? like 2x 256 or 2x 512...

not saying it wont work, i just thought thats what the deal was...
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I dont see why it wont work. If you have 512 why not just get a 1 gb and run 1.5?

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I'm running two sticks of 512 right now and plan on buying a 1gb stick in the near future. There's nothing wrong with mixing and matching, my lappy will be more than happy to accommodate the extra 512mbs of memory to work with
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of course apple won't recommend it, because if there were issues they would probably have to worry about compatibility issues. however, with my desktop PCs i mix and match all the time.

So let me get this straight...we Park in Driveways , Drive on Parkways , and pay tolls on Freeways?!
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For Optimum Best performance use pairs, but not using matched pairs still works fine
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