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Question: Changing RAM from 8 to 16GB

Hello Guys! My Macbook Pro has this configuration:


8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L onboard memory
Configurable to 16GB.


I have been using it for a while, but now I want to change my ram from 8 to 16 GB! Is it possible, once it is "configurable to 16GB"?


Thank you!

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013)

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Assuming its the Late 2013 MacBook Pro in your tagline, then no, its not possible to upgrade RAM on that model, as its soldered onto the logic board.


The "Configurable" line refers to the fact that you could have elected to get it with 16GB from factory when bought directly from Apple. It's not "upgradeable" after purchase.

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Nov 13, 2017 8:48 AM in response to GuiJorge In response to GuiJorge

Assuming its the Late 2013 MacBook Pro in your tagline, then no, its not possible to upgrade RAM on that model, as its soldered onto the logic board.


The "Configurable" line refers to the fact that you could have elected to get it with 16GB from factory when bought directly from Apple. It's not "upgradeable" after purchase.

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