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Apple Memory Mac RAM


Apple Memory Mac RAM Categories

See Apple Memory Installation guides (factory upgrade slots use memory

See table below for compatible memory modules.
iMac Intel Core Memory
iMac Intel Core Memory
MacBook Memory
MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Series Memory
Mac mini Intel memory
Mac mini Intel Memory
Power Mac G5 and Xserve G5 Memory
Mac Pro Memory
Power Mac G5 and Xserve G5 Memory
Power Mac G5 Memory
iMac G5 Memory
iMac G5 Memory
Power Mac G4 and Xserve G4 Memory
Power Mac G4 Memory
iMac G4 Flat Panel Memory
iMac G4 Flat Panel Memory
Powerbook G4 Memory
PowerBook G4 Memory
eMac Memory
eMac Memory
iMac G3 Memory
iMac G3 Memory
Power Mac G3 Memory
Power Mac G3 Memory
PowerBook G3 Memory
PowerBook G3 Memory
iBook Memory
iBook Memory
Pre G3 Power Mac Memory
Pre G3 Power Mac Memory
Xserve Memory
Xserve Memory
Mac II, Mac SE, Classic Series Memory
Mac II, Mac SE, Classic Series Memory
Mac LC Memory
Mac LC Memory
Motorola StarMax Memory
Motorola StarMax Memory
Older PowerBook Memory
Older PowerBook Memory
Performa Memory
Performa Series Memory
Quadra/Centris Memory
Quadra/Centris Series Memory
Umax SuperMac Memory
Umax SuperMac Memory
Mac Workgroup Servers Memory
Mac Workgroup Servers Memory


How to find information about the memory you have in your Mac?

The System Profile from the Apple menu will tell you how much and what kind of memory is in your system.

  1. Open the Apple menu, and choose About This Mac.
  2. Select More Info and the System Profile screen opens, showing the Hardware Overview.
    This provides you with information you need such as as your Mac model, and total memory capacity and CPU type and speed.
  3. In the Contents section on the left, click Memory, this will show your current memory setup.
    This information will tell you which slots are filled and what type of memory you have. It will also tell you how many slots are still available.