Apple MacBook Late 2007 - Late 2008 and Early 2009

Apple MacBook Late 2007 - Late 2008 and Early 2009

MacBook RAM Upgrades (Late 2007 to Early 2009)

MacBook Memory Upgrades for the Late 2007 to Early 2009 Models

The MacBooks from late 2007 to early 2009 (including the 2008 non-Aluminum models) can have their RAM upgraded to boost performance. In order to determine how much memory your model can take, reference the following:


  • MacBook3,1 (Late 2007): accepts up to 6GB of RAM, 2 slots
  • MacBook4,1 (Early 2008): accepts up to 6GB of RAM, 2 slots
  • MacBook5,2 (Early 2009): accepts up to 6GB of RAM, 2 slots

The model numbers for this era of MacBooks are as follows:
MB061LL/B, MB062LL/B, MB063LL/B
MB402LL/A*, MB403LL/A, MB404LL/A
MB881LL/A, MC240LL/A

All NEMIX RAM™ MacBook Late 2007 - Early 2009 RAM upgrades are backed by a Lifetime Warranty and American tech support.

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  1. 4GB Apple MacBook Late 2007-2008 Early 2009 Memory Upgrade
    $66.99

    4GB Apple MacBook MacBook Late 2007-2008 Early 2009 Memory


    MacBook3,1 MacBook4,1 MacBook5,2

    Capacity: 4GB
    Type: 200-Pin DDR2 SODIMM
    Speed: DDR2 667 (PC2 5300)
    Voltage: 1.8V
    Dimm Type: SODIMM
    Rank: 2Rx8

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