This is the first model, released in mid 2010, that accepts a MacBook Pro RAM 8GB Module in pairs, increasing the total maximum capacity to 16GB (2x8GB). However, it should be noted that this only applies to the 13-inch MacBook Pro Model 7,1 where two 8GB RAM MacBook modules can be used. The 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro Models 6,1 and 6,2 are limited to...
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|MacBook Pro Retina Models||The MacBook Pro with Retina Display comes with onboard memory only, which cannot be upgraded after purchase. Here are some other great options to give your MacBook Pro Retina a...|
|MacBook Pro Memory for Models 9.1 and 9.2||
MacBook Pro Mid 2012
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 Memory for Models 8.1 8.2 and 8.3||
MacBook Pro Early 2011 and Late 2011
The "Unibody" Sandy Bridge MacBook Pro runs DDR3-1333Mhz with a 16GB maximum.
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a Non-stacked module for the...
|MacBook Pro Memory for Model 7.1||
MacBook Pro Mid 2010
The original series "Unibody" MacBook Pro runs DDR3-1066 memory. The 13-inch MacBook Pro Model ID 7,1 has a 8GB max out of the...
|MacBook Pro Memory for Models 5.1 through 6.2||
MacBook Pro Late 2008, Early 2009, Mid 2009, Mid 2010
The original series "Unibody" MacBook Pro runs DDR3-1066 memory. The early model (5,1) has a 6GB max out...
|MacBook Pro Memory for Models 3.1 and 4.1||
MacBook Pro Mid/Late 2007 and Early 2008
The "Original" MacBook Pro has a silver bezel around the screen, and runs DDR2-667 memory. The maximum memory that can...
|MacBook Pro Memory for Models 2.1 and 2.2||
MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo
The "Original" MacBook Pro has a silver bezel around the screen, and runs DDR2-667 memory. The maximum memory that can be installed is...
|MacBook Pro Memory for Models 1.1 and 1.2||
MacBook Pro Original, 17", and 15" Glossy
The "Original" MacBook Pro has a silver bezel around the screen, and runs DDR2-667Mhz memory. The maximum memory to be...
Tips and Tools
The first MacBook Pro was released in January of 2006 as a replacement for the PowerBook G4. This was the second laptop model, after the iMac, which came out after Apple started using Intel chipsets. It has gone through three different generations, and quite a few updates during that time. A common MacBook Pro RAM Upgrade for the Model 1,1 would be a pair of...
A MacBook Pro RAM Upgrade ranges anywhere from 512MB 667MHz in the Original MacBook Pro to 16GB 1600MHz in the 2012 Model 9,2. Some MacBook Pro Memory Upgrades can be tricky. The "Original" MacBook Pro, for example, has a silver bezel around the screen, and runs DDR2-667 memory. The maximum memory that can be installed is 4GB; however, only 3GB will be addressed. Installing 4GB...
If you need RAM for MacBook Pro machines, you have to make sure you know how to do a MacBook Pro RAM upgrade installation. memory for your MacBook Pro machine. If you feel that you need help, do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-831-4569 or by email at email@example.com. You can also find Apple guides on how to install memory for MacBook Pro machines....
The first MacBook Pro was released in January, 2006. The Original (Model IDs 1,1 and 2,1) came with DDR2 667 RAM for MacBook Pro. There are two basic sizes, the 15.4" LCD display or the 17" display. Apple offered a 1.83 GHz, 2.0 GHz, and 2.16 GHz Intel Core processor, and a 512 MB and a 1GB memory option. It used the ATI Mobility Radeon X1600...