Can I upgrade from 2Gb to 3Gb RAM
I have a MacBook 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo model 1181 (Penryn). I understand that this model can only address a maximum of 3Gb of RAM. If I want to upgrade my RAM, can I replace just one of the two 1Gb chips to a 2Gb chip in order to obtain the maximum 3Gb addressable? Or do I need to upgrade both of the 1Gb chips to 2Gb chips? In other words, is it necessary to have symmetry between the 2 RAM chips, or will a combination of one 1Gb chip and one 2Gb chip work correctly? Thanks!
Replacement or upgrade RAM chip. Specs: 2 GB / PC2-5300 / Low Profile / 200 pin, 667 MHz. This speed upgrade will make your computer faster. Compatible with Core 2 Duo MacBooks (1.83, 2, 2.1, 2.16, 2.2, or 2.4 GHz), 15" MacBook Pros (2.16, 2.2, 2.33, 2.4, — 20 available at 34.95 each.
Replacement or upgrade RAM chip. Specs: 4 GB / PC2-5300 / Low Profile / 200 pin, 667 MHz. This speed upgrade will make your computer faster. Compatible with Core 2 Duo MacBook (2, 2.1, 2.2, or 2.4 GHz Santa Rosa or Penryn only, excluding Unibody), 15" Ma — 6 available at 109.95 each.