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What's The Maximum Memory For A 2008 MacBook?

Question:

How much RAM can I have to max out a 2008 MacBook?
- Asked by Viola H. October 24th, 2011   

Answer:

There were a couple MacBook updates in 2008 - two white MacBook models and one aluminum MacBook (the predecessor to the MacBook Pro 13 inch). The white MacBook models from that year use 667MHz DDR2 PC2-5300 SDRAM and support a maximum of 6GB (but you will have to put in 8GB for that to work). Same goes for the aluminum MacBook, except it requires 1066MHz DDR3 PC3-8500 SDRAM.

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