MacBook Pro Memory Models 9.1 and 9.2
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MacBook Pro Mid 2012
The MacBook Pro 9.2 Model Number is one of the most popular machines for a RAM Upgrade. The latest 2012 release of the MacBook Pro runs DDR3-1600Mhz with a system maximum of 16GB.
It is important to note the 2012 MacBook Pro Retina Display (Model ID 10,1 and 10,2) comes with on-board memory only and cannot be upgraded.
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a Non-stacked module for the 8GB DDR3 module for the MacBook Pro. The cheaper stacked IC variety of 4GB SO-DIMM draws more power, which increases heat and decreases battery life. Ramjet ONLY uses premium non-stacked chips.
DDR3-1600, 1600Mhz, Non-ECC, Unbuffered, 1.5V, 204pin SO-DIMMs.
|Total Size||Ram Configuration||Price||Purchase|
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You can find Apple's installation guide regarding the MacBook Pro 9.1 and MacBook Pro 9.2 Model Number.
|Domestic Shipping Options||Delivery Estimate|
|US Postal Service 1st Class*||$2.99||3-10 business days|
|US Postal Service Priority Mail||$6.99||2-4 business days|
|UPS Ground||$9.99||3-5 business days|
|UPS 2-Day||$12.99 and up||2 business days|
|UPS Overnight||$29.99 and up||1 business day|
|International Shipping Options||Delivery Estimate|
|UPS Worldwide Expedited||Price varies||2-5 business days**|
|UPS Worldwide Saver||Price varies||1-3 business days**|
Ramjet offers same day shipping for UPS Overnight and UPS 2-day air orders for in-stock items that are received by 3pm Central time Monday through Friday (Holidays excluded.) UPS costs are calculated based on promixity and package weight.
* Shipping weights above .8 lbs (13 ounces) can not use US Postal Service 1st Class.
** International shipping charges include all brokerage fees, but do not include taxes or duties assessed by your local government. International delivery estimates do not include any customs inspection delays.