Crucial memory mac mini 2010
However, when I searched the online shopping place, they only have variants.
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Hardware Specifications: You could add the MHz memory for your MacBook Pro even though it's designed for a slower memory MHz - it ought to work, but you'd be better off buying from a place that accepts returns. Here's some relevant information from Crucial on memory speeds emphasis mine:.
Memory is designed to be backward-compatible, so generally speaking, you can safely add faster memory to a computer that was designed to run slower memory.
However, your system will operate at the speed of the slowest memory module. Just tried this in a mid macbook pro. It almost works. If you replace only one slot, everything works fine, since "your system will operate at the speed of the slowest memory module", as MK said.
But if you replace both of them at the same time, it will NOT work, since the system will try to operate at MHz the speed of the slowest memory module. Tried it again, but using a different memory, and it did not work at all. It seems that macs are indeed picky. Both memories were MHz, 4GB - the one that worked partially was a Patriot, the one that did not work at all was a Samsung.
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Most new memory uses low voltage 1. Mac before is still using 1. Your mid macbook will not be able to support the 1. Issue is not with the speed.
I have know 8Gb. It works fine and the system tell me that I have installed RAM me not No malfunction.
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Started up and works without a hitch. Trick is to make sure the memory you get supports 1. Speed is not the issue. So, some people will report Samsung as working, and others will say it does not. Samsung, like Crucial, Elpida, Kingston, Corsair, etc all make good memory, but even the best memory will not work if it is does not support the correct voltage type.
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Issue is not with higher speed memory which just defaults down to the lower speed that the BIOS supports. In this case, the Mhz speed is what is reported. I just ordered a MacBook Pro shipping today and picked up this memory upgrade a few minutes ago. Weird since RAM modules only come in multiples of 2. Here is a website to check if your Mac can support the upgraded RAM size.
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