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As mentioned by Mayer above, the max official capacity is 16GB and the MacBook Pro itself can support untoup to 32GB unofficially. Here's the catch.
As mentioned by Mayer above, the max official capacity is 16GB and the MacBook Pro itself can support untoup to 32GB unofficially. Here's the catch.
 
If you spend 100s of bucks just the sake of upgrading to the unofficial maxed out 32GB memory, in real world experience for basic application uses, you wold not see any significant speed perform. I would say you won't see any speed boost at all.
If you spend 100s of bucks just the sake of upgrading to the unofficial maxed out 32GB memory, in real world experience for basic application uses, you wold not see any significant speed perform. I would say you won't see any speed boost at all.
 
If you are rendering movies, editing RAW images or something like that, you will see smooth operation after 16GB32GB memory upgrade for sure. Just make sure that if you need 32GB unofficial upgrade, try keeping your computer cool along heavy app operation and workflows. You will not only void warranty, also risk frying up fixed clocked Intel.
If you are rendering movies, editing RAW images or something like that, you will see smooth operation after 16GB32GB memory upgrade for sure. Just make sure that if you need 32GB unofficial upgrade, try keeping your computer cool along heavy app operation and workflows. You will not only void warranty, also risk frying up fixed clocked Intel.

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As mentioned by Mayer above, the max official capacity is 8GB16GB and the MacBook Pro itself can support unto 16GB32GB unofficially. Here's the catch. If

If
you spend 100s of bucks just the sake of upgrading to the unofficial maxed out 16GB32GB memory, in real world experience for basic application uses, you wold not see any significant speed perform. I would say you won't see any speed boost at all. If

If
you are rendering movies, editing RAW images or something like that, you will see smooth operation after 16GB memory upgrade for sure. Just make sure that if you need 16GB32GB unofficial upgrade, try keeping your computer cool along heavy app operation and workflows. You will not only void warranty, also risk frying up fixed clocked Intel.
As mentioned by Mayer above, the max official capacity is 8GB16GB and the MacBook Pro itself can support unto 16GB32GB unofficially. Here's the catch. If

If
you spend 100s of bucks just the sake of upgrading to the unofficial maxed out 16GB32GB memory, in real world experience for basic application uses, you wold not see any significant speed perform. I would say you won't see any speed boost at all. If

If
you are rendering movies, editing RAW images or something like that, you will see smooth operation after 16GB memory upgrade for sure. Just make sure that if you need 16GB32GB unofficial upgrade, try keeping your computer cool along heavy app operation and workflows. You will not only void warranty, also risk frying up fixed clocked Intel.

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As mentioned by Mayer above, the max official capacity is 8GB and the MacBook Pro itself can support unto 16GB unofficially. Here's the catch. If you spend 100s of bucks just the sake of upgrading to the unofficial maxed out 16GB memory, in real world experience for basic application uses, you wold not see any significant speed perform. I would say you won't see any speed boost at all. If you are rendering movies, editing RAW images or something like that, you will see smooth operation after 16GB memory upgrade for sure. Just make sure that if you need 16GB unofficial upgrade, try keeping your computer cool along heavy app operation and workflows. You will not only void warranty, also risk frying up fixed clocked Intel.

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