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Memory Type: DDR PC2700, DDR (non-ECC)Maximum Memory: 1.25GB
Memory or DRAM is the "working" memory of the computer. It's used to store data for programs (sequences of instructions) on a temporary basis.
video - installing memory
There are a ton of threads about this, but for my own sanity I have to ask about my specific machine.
Here are the exact specs:
15-inch, Mid 2012
Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory: 8GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB
So basically I wanted to verify that I can install 16 GB of RAM, as well as a SSD or a Hybrid Drive.
Also, will doing so void the warranty?
I want to upgrade my MacBook Pro 15' non-retina 2.3 quadcore i7, mid 2012 to 8 gb memory (because mavricks sucks).
i'm going to buy this one:
or this on:
which one will be compatible with my MBP? or should I buy another one?
And should I buy the kit (4gb x 2) or this one(for maybe a future upgrade with another 8gb like this)?
I have a mid-2010 Mac mini with 8gb RAM purchased from crucial. I just bought a late 2012 Mac mini with the Apple 4gb RAM. My intent was to swap the 4gb RAM from the new macmini with the 8gb from the older one. The 8gb RAM works fine in the new machine, but I could not get the older machine to boot up with the 4gb RAM from the newer macmini. It is not the machine, as I was able to get the older mini to boot up with its original 2gb RAM. Any thoughts?