Does this work as an upgrade for the 512 RAM in my 3 year old MacBook?

I want to upgrade from 512 MB RAM in my MacBook to at least 1 GB preferrably 2 GB. Is this possible and can I use the Apple Memory Module 2GB 667MHz DDR2 (PC2-5300) 2x1GB SO-DIMMs?

  • Asked by Louis A from Williamston
  • Oct 24, 2009
Apple Memory Module 2GB 667MHz DDR2 (PC2-5300) 2x1GB SO-DIMMs

Apple Memory Module 2GB 667MHz DDR2 (PC2-5300) 2x1GB SO-DIMMs

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2 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    yes

    • Answered by John Paul P from Iloilo
    • Sep 3, 2010
  • you should call to really make sure that the module will be the right fit for you and there is a way to really make sure that it will work insert the computer or mac type into the search box in the upper right hand of the the apple site if it shows up do the search on the main page of your search after the page show that there no other options left make for certain there are no other remaining options that do occur left on the page and take a slim chance on the purchase. if after you see that it might not be the right fit for your needs feel free to to return the module or modules and by the the return date and start your search over again. check the type of personal computer and make sure its the right fit for you. I just did an upgrade for my G4 and checked the computer speed type for mine and it works just fine.

    • Answered by Briant A from Oklahoma City
    • Jan 2, 2012