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How Do I Know What to Order to Upgrade My Mac® System?

If you aren't sure what Mac computer model you have or what kind of memory it takes, you can get the System Profile through the Apple® menu. This profile will tell you what kind of memory and how much memory is in your system currently.

  1. Open the Apple menu, and then select About This Mac
  2. The About This Mac screen opens. Click the More Info... button
  3. The Hardware overview screen will open. Click Memory
  4. The Memory Slot screen will now appear and show your current memory configuration, what kind of memory is installed, and there will also be a link to memory upgrade instructions for your model.

If you want to find memory for your system even more easily, our System Scanner tool will do all this work for you. Just download the tool and we’ll show you what memory you already have, and what memory upgrades are available.

You can also go through the Crucial® Advisor™ tool  and manually pick out your system from the menus. This will give you a full list of all compatible upgrades Crucial offers.

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