The new OS X Yosemite has been touted as an elevated experience from previous OS. The design updates, simplified interface and overall refinement are meant to provide the best user experience. With all these great new upgrades, OS Yosemite is sure to impress. But, before you upgrade, it’s important to make sure your machine is ready too.
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|MacBook Memory for Model 7.1||
MacBook Mid 2010
Maximum Memory: The"Unibody" MacBook Mid 2010 has a system maximum of 16GB (2x 8GB SO-DIMMs) if you are running OS Lion (10.7) or above. Older...
|MacBook Memory for Model 6.1||
MacBook Late 2009
Maximum Memory: The"Unibody" MacBook Late 2009 and newer have a system maximum of 8GB.
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a Non-stacked module for the 4GB SO-DIMM...
|MacBook Memory Model 5.2 (DDR2-800Mhz Version)|
MacBook Mid 2009
|MacBook Memory Model 5.2 (DDR2-667Mhz Version)|
MacBook Early 2009
|MacBook Memory for Model 5.1||
MacBook Late 2008 Aluminum
Maximum Memory: The Late 2008 Aluminum MacBook can be upgraded to a maximum of 8GB when running Snow Leopard (10.6.6) or later and...
|MacBook Memory for Models 3.1 4.1 and 4.2||
MacBook Late 2007, Early 2008, and Late 2008
Maximum Memory: These MacBook models can run a maximum of 6GB (1x4GB and 1x2GB modules.)
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a...
|MacBook Memory for Model 2.1||
MacBook Late 2006 and Mid 2007
Maximum Memory: The MacBook 2.1 with the 1.83Ghz processor can only have a maximum of 2GB (2x1GB) installed. All other 2.1...
|MacBook Memory for Model 1.1||
MacBook 13" Original
Maximum Memory: The early MacBook models that run the "Intel Core Duo" have a maximum memory of 2GB.
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a Non-stacked...
Tips and Tools
If you're considering a MacBook RAM upgrade, here's a sure way to find out if your current system would benefit from installing more Apple RAM. Go to your Applications folder in your Finder window, and look for the Utilities folder. Inside this folder, you will find a handy application called the Activity Monitor. Double click on this application and find the System Memory option at...
The MacBook, while now replaced by the MacBook Air line of Mac laptops, is still a great machine and continues to be the main laptop for many Apple users. These machines have seen several updates, from the original 13" MacBook that used DDR2-667Mhz memory to the most recent version from 2010 that used DDR3-1066Mhz. Unlike the MacBook Air, the MacBook has the benefit...
A Mac's Model Identifier, or Model ID, is the surest way to identify the system memory for apple mac computers. First, select "About This Mac" in your Apple Menu (top left corner). Then, select the "More Info..." button in the About This Mac window. In the example below, the Model Identifier is for a Mac Pro 2,1 machine. Once you know your MacBook's Model ID, you...
If you have never installed RAM for MacBook machines, do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-831-4569 or by email at email@example.com. Also, you can find our installation videos and installation guides that should assist you with how to install memory for MacBook machines. In order to prepare for a memory installation, please make to turn your machine off and remove any cords. Have a clean...