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MacBook - Will this ram work for my macbook?


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I just came across this in outpost.com.

Is this a single 2GB stick? I wanna max my new 4GB macbook out!! So would that mean I get 2 of these? Im just not sure if this is 2x1gb or 1x2gb. Because 4gb for $120 is a steal! Thanks in advance for yr help!!

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http://shop2.outpost.com/product/5175606
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sorry bout forgetting to add link...but there it is and any responses would be greatly appreciated! thanks!
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I just came across this in outpost.com.

Is this a single 2GB stick? I wanna max my new 4GB macbook out!! So would that mean I get 2 of these? Im just not sure if this is 2x1gb or 1x2gb. Because 4gb for $120 is a steal! Thanks in advance for yr help!!

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http://shop2.outpost.com/product/5175606
MacBook can only use DDR2-667 PC2-5300 SO-DIMM Memory and up to a max of 2GB only. One GB for each slot.
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Short answer:
Yes, it will work. It is 1 2GB SODIMM, based on their description. You can verify that if you like by googling the part number (that VS2GSblahblahblah number).

Long answer:
I suggest you read the FAQ/short essay I posted on this very subject just yesterday, which you will find located here.

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MacBook can only use DDR2-667 PC2-5300 SO-DIMM Memory and up to a max of 2GB only. One GB for each slot.
Actually the NEW macbook, which is what the OP is referring to takes up to 4GB of RAM.
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