What Is The RAM Capacity For A 2007 MacBook?

Question:

How much memory can go in a white 2007 MacBook?
- Asked by William B. October 27th, 2011

Answer:

The MacBook2,1 (May) and MacBook 3,1 (November) were both released in 2007. Each has two memory slots that require 667MHz DDR2 PC2-5300 SDRAM, but the early model maxes out at 3GB while the later model can handle 6GB.

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