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Hi,

I’m upgrading my macbook pro from 2 cards of 2 GB RAM to 2 cards of 4 GB. I’m confused though because it doesn’t say in the description of the item sold in ifixit if I’m buying 2 cards or just one. So What is the number of RAM card I’m going to buy in this link https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/PC3L-12...

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What you are looking at is a single DIMM module which is 4 GB in size. Depending on your system it may not support two 4GB DIMM’s (8 GB).

What is your system?

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Thank you, Dan.

My system is MacOS High Sierra.

and I think two of them will work just fine and expand my RAM to 8GB.

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@Waleed Alatawi Mac os is the os, what is the laptop?

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It's MacBook Pro

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@Waleed Alatawi - Which one? Plug in your systems S/N here EveryMac - Lookup

The older Core 2 Duo only support 3.0/4.0 GB the Core i5 & i7 support upto 16GB and a few in-between support upto 8.0 GB. Without knowing which model it's hard to say what will work or what you need.

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Thank you, Dan. I already checked and upgraded my laptop to 8GB. It works just fine.

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