Released June 2012 / Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost / Up to 1 GB DDR5 Video RAM

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RAM upgrade from current (2) 4 GB each

I have 2 memory slots each with a 4 GB module. Can I upgrade?

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Heres your systems specs: MacBook Pro 15" 2.7 GHz i7 (Mid-2012)

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The non-retina models can be upgraded up to 16 GB!

You can replace one module or both as an example replacing one you could get to 12 GB (one 4 GB & one 8GB module) or swap out both to get to 16 GB. But before you make this jump make sure its going to improve performance. Often upgrading the HD to a SSHD or SSD will get you more performance bang for most.

Here's the Apple T/N which goes over the details: MacBook Pro: How to remove or install memory

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Dan, why is there no "accept as answer" button anymore? Every time I try to do it the option isn't there.

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@pccheese It's there for the moderators. But you should still be able to vote.

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That's what I mean, I previously had the option to vote. Now when I go to moderate the option isn't there.

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Very helpful - thanks

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