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    Question OWC 4GB PC5300 DDR2 667MHz DIMM Upgrade Kit
    I just bought a MacBook (2.2GHz MacBook 13.3"
    (Intel Core 2 Duo "Santa Rosa" Late 2007) and very happy with it. I just wanted to know if I wanted to upgrade my 2GB RAM to 4GB RAM if this would work, and what you guys think of this product.

    This is the link to the "OWC 4GB PC5300 DDR2 667MHz DIMM Upgrade Kit" that I want your opinion on:

    http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other.../53IM2DDR4GBK/

    Thank you,

    smssoleimani

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    It would work. I know there are several people here that use OWC for RAM.

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    Nice, its crazy, becasue Apple offers 4GB of RAM but for $850!!!!! That is insane. Where as this site offers it for $750 less.

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    Did you check out Data Memory Systems? I just ordered some memory from there. The prices seem decent, and the shipping was fast.
    Macbook - White, 2.2 Ghz Intel Duo Core, 120 Gb, 1.5 gb RAM.

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    MacBook - OS X Lion 10.7 - 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo - 4GB RAM - Bootcamp - Windows 7
    Was it 4GB? And does it work for MacBook?? Can you please provide a link to the one you are referring to.

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    15" MBP 2.2Ghz C2D 4GB RAM 120GB HDD
    I recently bought this 4GB upgrade kit from OWC: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Micron/53DDR2MICP4G/

    So far I haven't had any problems. I notice the difference (4GB vs. 2GB) when running VMWare and shorter beachball sessions when things hang. It was simple to install and they even include some color directions to make it easy. I can recommend the kit I bought. It turned out to be Crucial RAM.
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