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What Is The Max Memory Capacity For A 2010 MacBook Pro?

Question:

How much RAM can I put in a 2010 MacBook Pro 13 inch?
- Asked by Isaac J. October 28th, 2011

Answer:

There was only one MacBook Pro update in 2010. Each model contained two memory slots that use 1066MHz DDR3 PC3-8500 SDRAM. You can install a 4GB module in each slot for a total of 8GB of RAM.

Before making a memory upgrade, always check out MacBook Pro memory section to verify that you are shopping for the correct model and also to be sure that none of the information listed above has changed since this was written.

And we always advise our customers to look beyond the Apple Store for memory upgrades unless they prefer paying top dollar. You can find much more affordable prices with quality that is equal to or exceeds Apple RAM any time you visit App Sliced Memory.

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