2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 5, 2013 7:46 PM by Jetset310
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I've upgraded the RAM in my Late 2008 Aluminum MacBook - MB466LL/A and now I'm looking to do the same for my girlfriends white polycarbonate Macbook - MB402LL/A.

 

I know its a pretty easy process actually swapping out the memory but I'm confused because I keep reading that the memory is expandable to 6 GB but Apple only supports 4 GB.

 

Can I go all out and do 6 GB?

Is it worth it or should I just go for 4 GB?

 

Also her RAM is currently DDR2, would her computer be compatible with DDR3? I'm thinking no but I thought I'd throw that out there as well...

 

Im confident I can handle physically swapping the memory but I wont pretend like I know anything about hardware and compatibility.

 

So your advice would be very much appreciate!

 

Thank you

 

-Austin


MacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.8)