MacBook Air :: 2010 - RAM - Memory Info ?

Nov 30, 2010

just wondering if your mba's memory info is similar

Size:2 GB
Speed:1067 MHz
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MacBook Air :: 2010 2GB RAM Vs. 4GB RAM Benchmarks

Nov 8, 2010

can anyone link me? i'm specifically looking for performance benchmarks of the new 13" 2GB MBA vs. a 4GB MBA with the same specs

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MacBook Air :: Upgrade The RAM In 2010?

Apr 8, 2012

My brother gave me his 2010 11' MacBook Air. Its a great laptop, but it could definitely use more memory. It is my understanding that the memory is soldered to the logic board at the factory and is not user replaceable. Would it be possible for me to still bring the laptop to a retail store and pay to have them professionally upgrade the RAM?

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MacBook Air :: Out Of Memory Message With 4GB RAM?

Jun 19, 2012

I am working on Macbook Air. I have 4GB RAM and working on an Excel file with a (not so) large dataset.  I keep getting "Out of Memory" message. 

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MacBook Air :: Performance Of 2010 13'' 1.86GHz 4GB RAM 256GB

Nov 3, 2010

Just bought this recently and installed Windows 7. The following screen shot under WEI Macbook Air 2010 13'' 1.86GHz 4GB RAM 256GB. The performance is quite amazing consider its 1.86GHz CPU, I bet 2.13GHz CPU would score bit higher.

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MacBook Air :: 2010 From 13" 2010 And IPad Owner's Point Of View

Oct 26, 2010

I have an iPad 32GB WiFi and a MacBook Pro as well so I was trying very hard to justify myself in getting an 11" MBA but ending up talking myself out of it. The 13" MBP is perfect for my uses. It's already lightweight and portable as it is. After playing with the 11" in the Apple store, I was impressed on how light it was. This no doubt blows away any netbook or any notebook in it's weight class in terms of size and performance. However, the MBP's battery life, hard drive space, and processing power OUTWEIGHS the reasons of dumping my 13" MBP for the Air. Also, I have it hooked up to a 21.5 Inch HP monitor at home and it's good enough to use as a main computer at home, and light enough to take on the road.

If I needed to lookup something quickly in bed or around the house, that's where the iPad comes in. If I needed to send a quick e-mail, my HTC Evo is already great at doing that. If I didn't have a 13" MBP or even the iPad, I would have most likely went ahead and purchased the MBA. Just now at this point, spending another $1000+ or getting rid of my MBP doesn't make much sense... yet.

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MacBook Air :: VIDEO - Photoshop CS5 On (2010) VS Macbook Pro (2010)

Oct 26, 2010

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MacBook Pro :: What Type Of Memory Would Be The Best For 13" Mid 2010

May 7, 2012

I have a Mid 2010 13" Macbook Pro and I'm going to upgrade my RAM. I know I can upgrade up to 8GB of RAM, but I was wondering what is the best "brand" and what website I should buy it from. For example, eBay, NewEgg, Amazon / PNY, Crucial, etc? 

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MacBook :: Does Mid 2010 Support Up To 8 GB Of RAM

Jun 26, 2012

I was wondering if the MacBook Mid 2010 support up to 8 GB of RAM. I want to upgrade the RAM, so if it was possible i'd install 8GB istead of 4

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MacBook :: Changing Ram In Mid 2010 Model?

Sep 20, 2010

i have 2 GB of Ram and want to change to 4 GB?

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MacBook Pro :: Is The RAM Transferable Form 2010 To 2009

Aug 28, 2010

My GF bought her MacBook Pro earlier this year (February 2010) and I believe her model is the "mid-2009" model. I just bought my MacBook Pro 2 days ago (woohoo!) Both are 13 inch. Question is if I was to upgrade my RAM to 8GB, could I use my old 4gb RAM to replace her 2GB RAM?

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MacBook Pro :: Upgrade RAM 13" MBP 2010?

Sep 19, 2010

I think that the following RAM modules are compatible, I would just like the opinion of others to make sure they will be ok with my MBP.

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MacBook Pro :: Performance On 2010 If Upgrading RAM To 8GB?

Apr 13, 2010

It looks like it is less expensive to upgrade the memory to 8GB from Apple now. I need to decided whether to go for 4GB or upgrade to 8GB BTO. With the 8GB RAM, will there be noticeable gain in performance? I guess VMWare Fusion may run better. Not sure about other applications including the OS

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MacBook Pro :: Ram For 8gb Kit On 2010 15" I5?

Aug 14, 2010

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MacBook Air :: Virtual RAM Using A SSD Almost As Fast As Actual RAM?

Oct 31, 2010

The most demanding thing I would do with a new Air is watch videos, while having 5 windows open, while also running Office. Would 2GB be enough? And if it isn't just wondering when the MBA accesses more RAM virtually using the SSD how slow would it be? Half the speed of actual real RAM? A quarter? Or maybe it would be almost as fast as real RAM??

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MacBook Air :: If I Put More RAM In It Will It Share With Video RAM?

Apr 21, 2012

I have 2gb in it now, and my video ram is 288mb. If i put in another 2gb, will it bump up my video ram?

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MacBook Pro :: Mbp 2010 Ram Upgrade Videos Or Tutorials?

May 22, 2010

i can't find diddly on youtube yet.

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MacBook Pro :: 2010 MBP HDD RAM Upgrade Or SSD?

Jul 31, 2010

I am trying to decide whether I should Install a 120/128GB SSD or add a Larger hybrid HDD with an extra 2 gig RAM upgrade. I currently have a 2010 MBP with 4 gigs of Ram and a stock 5400 rpm HDD. I am thinking of replacing the HDD with either the Crucial RealSSD C300 128GB or the OCZ Vertex 2 120GB. I could also use that money to purchase a Seagate XT Hybrid 500GB drive and then use the extra money to purchase a 4GB stick to replace one of the stock 2GB sticks. What's are your thoughts? What is the speed difference between the hybrid and the SSD's? If you chose the SSD, which one?

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MacBook :: Need To Upgrade Memory From 2 To 4 GB RAM?

Mar 6, 2009

I'm about to receive a new Macbook (2.0 Ghz Unibody). I was wondering if I should consider upgrading RAM to 4 GB. Is crucial the best place to buy RAM upgrades? I'll only be using Office, Photoshop and Aperture on the Macbook (and maybe some games).

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MacBook :: Upgrade The RAM Memory?

Feb 5, 2012

I have a macbook A1342 and I want to upgrade my memory ram fron 2GB to 4GB or 8 GB if the utter is possible. Which is the maximum memory upgrade in this model of Macbook and can I use memories DDR3 1333 Mhz instead of 1067 Mhz?

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MacBook Pro :: Upgraded RAM 2010 Boot Good But Won't Wake Up

May 27, 2012

I orderd 8 gig's of RAM from Apple. Installed it per the instructions. Now, the MBP with Lion boots up and runs fine from off, the activity monitor acknowledges the 8 gig's. Runs well.

When I close it and then open it back up, the screen stays black and the sleep light goes out.Also, sometimes it won't boot, the light blinks and it makes a beeping noise over and over until I do a hard shutdown. Also, a couple of times, I was using it and the graphics went totally screwy and were blinking and whatnot until I did a hard shut down.Can I return the memory (a shame because it is better with it when it works).Software Mac OS X Server Lion 10.7.3 (11D50)Graphics Intel HD Graphics 288 MBMemory 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3Processor 2.53 GHz Intel Core i517-inch, Mid 2010

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MacBook :: Unibody (Mid 2010) Macbook Take 8 Gigs Of RAM?

Mar 27, 2012

According to [URL]..

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MacBook Pro :: Supports 16GB Of RAM Memory?

Feb 11, 2012

I have a macbook pro and I wonder if it supports 16GB of RAM memory. 

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MacBook Pro :: 8GB RAM In 2010 Giving 4MEM Error On Apple Hardware Test?

Oct 11, 2010

I recently bought 2 4GB sticks of RAM that someone recommended on here, the brand is G.SKILL and I got them from newegg.

The thing is, since installing them I have had 2 kernel panics (gray screen of death) that I wasn't having with my 4GB before.

The thing is, I have run Apple Hardware Test and with 8GB I get this error: 4MEM/62/40000000 0x84de1318

So I take out both sticks and stick them in the reverse slots, and I get: 4MEM/65/40000000 0x84e0d318

So I am thinking it must be one of the sticks of ram. So I take them both out and put 1 in the bottom slot, no issues. Stick the other one in, again no issues. So I put one into the top slot to see if maybe a slot has a problem and I once again have no issues when running the extended tests.

So, I decide that maybe I just need to retry putting the ram in again and I get this error, slightly different this time.4MEM/66/40000000 0x84e11318

I really don't know what is going on here, nothing is plugged into the computer, and the RAM modules seem to be fine on their own. I guess for now I am going to stick the Apple RAM back in and see if it throws a similar error.

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IMac :: Memory Upgrade On 21.5" I3 2010

Nov 5, 2010

Currently have 4GB of ram in the iMac.

What would 8GB do with regards to performance within OSX and Win7 64Bit

The iMac is a i3 3.2GHZ

I play SC2 and TF2 in OSX and Win7.

I can get this [URL]

so i'll keep the 2 x 2GB already in the machine and just add another 2 x 2GB sticks for �50

Or am I wasting my money ?

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IMac :: Memory Do I Need To Upgrade The New 2010-Mid?

Aug 7, 2010

finally, I decided to get a new 21.5 iMac.and I want to upgrade it to a 2GBx4 memory but i don't know what kind of memory i need.How about the "Kingston 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 SODIMM KVR1333D3S9/2G"?

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Adding Memory To 2010 Mac Pro

May 8, 2012

I have a 2010 Mac Pro, 2x2.4ghz Quad-Core Intel Xeon. There is a currently 6gb of RAM installed, and two open slots: url...I'm looking at purchasing either an 8gb or 16gb module from here: url...Will one of those modules work fine with what is currently installed in my computer? Would it be worth doing two 8gb modules rather than one 16gb? This would be cheaper but not sure how performance would compare.

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MacBook Air :: Get The Info Smaller Again?

Mar 29, 2012

Somehow the info on my screen is bigger than my actual screen so I need to scroll it. How can I get the info smaller again?

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MacBook Air :: Air And Snow Leopard Memory Leaking?

Jun 17, 2009

quick question! I am about to buy an air with the 30"acd :-) how will the 2gb memory be affected by snow leopard? Will the os require more or less memory?

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MacBook Pro :: Upgrade Memory (RAM) From 2GB To 4GB?

Mar 28, 2012

How to upgrade memory (RAM) from 2GB to 4GB, 2008 ealier version of MacBook pro

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Mac Pro :: 2010 6 Or 12 Core Memory Configuration?

Aug 2, 2010

I plan on buying third party ram for the new Mac Pro. I want to have a minimum of 12GB of ram, possibly up to 24GB. How would you configure it, and is the sweet spot 12, 18, or 24, and not 16?

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Mac Mini :: 2010/2011 Memory Swap?

Feb 27, 2012

I have a mid 2010 Mac mini connected to my TV for use primarily for Internet radio and video and I also recently bought a mid 2011 Mac mini to replace my 2007 iMac after its LCD panel went south.  The 2011 system report shows 1333 MHz DDR3 memory whereas the 2010 shows 1067 MHz DDR3 memory.  I am thinking to upgrade the 2011 from 4 GB to 8 GB and swap out the 2 GB in the 2010 for the 4 GB from the 2011.  Will the 1333 MHz DDR3 memory from the 2011 work in the 2010?

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Windows On Mac :: Wrong RAM Info When Boot Into XP?

May 27, 2010

I have 8 GB of RAM on my MBP, but when I boot in XP it says I only have 2.17 GB of RAM. Is this normal? If not, how do I fix it?

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MacBook Pro :: Update RAM/memory On Computer To Run Faster?

May 1, 2012

I'm using a Macbook Pro 15 inch with 2.53GHZ and 4GB of RAM and I use music software on it (Logic, Pro Tools) and  I recently just got Omnisphere and it is just slowing my computer down like no other. Is there any way I can make my computer go faster? And if so how and where can I do this?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Pro :: What Memory Type And Brand Is Suitable For A RAM Upgrade

May 3, 2012

I have MBP that has 2x 2G DDR3 1067MHz memory installed on it, I would like to upgrade them to 2x 4G, but I'm not sure what to buy. are memories for Macs, Mac specific? or I can use any standard laptop RAM?

MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.6.8), Magic Mouse, and airport express

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