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How much ram could my MacBook Handle...

I have a Macbook pro 15" Non-Unibody (Early 2008) (15B42)

I very curious if my macbook pro could handle 4-6 gb and is it possible to use any DDR2 667 Pc2-5300 ram Third party ram...

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Standard RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6 GB*

Details: 2 GB installed as two 1 GB modules. No slots free.

*Apple officially supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM but third-parties have been able to upgrade the system to 6 GB of RAM using one 2 GB and one 4 GB memory module.


RAM Type: PC2-5300 DDR2 Min. RAM Speed: 667 MHz

Here's a 4 GB stick:

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If you can find ddr2 667 ram of 4gb dimm your golden as a 2008 would accept 6gb. But finding ddr2 with more than 2gb per dimm could be a trick. Make sure to match your speed for best results.

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