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

MacBook Pro - 4 gigs of ram for $270 shipped


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Save $480 and install it yourself: (buy 2!)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231124

Installation guide here:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303491

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does this ram work the same as oem mac ram?

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yes it does.

I thought the macbook pro maxed out at 3gb not 4?

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Does it void your Apple Care?

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yes it does.

I thought the macbook pro maxed out at 3gb not 4?
Theres new MacBook Pros out today that do 4GB...

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ram should not void your applecare

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ram should not void your applecare
I mean like non-apple ram...

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Upgrading the RAM, irregardless of source, on the Macbook/Macbook Pro/iMac/Mac Pro will NOT void your warranty.

Upgrading the hard drive on your Macbook/Mac Pro does not void its warranty. The hard drive is not a user replaceable part in the Macbook Pro/iMac, so it most likely WILL void the warranty.


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Upgrading the RAM, irregardless of source, on the Macbook/Macbook Pro/iMac/Mac Pro will NOT void your warranty.

Upgrading the hard drive on your Macbook/Mac Pro does not void its warranty. The hard drive is not a user replaceable part in the Macbook Pro/iMac, so it most likely WILL void the warranty.
Ok.. thanks! I just cant spend like $750 USD on Ram...

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Great post! I have G. Skill in my MBP and it works great!

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yes it does.

I thought the macbook pro maxed out at 3gb not 4?
The new Santa Rosa-based MacBook Pros (2.2 and 2.4ghz) max out at 4 gigs.

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