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Versão atual de: Sam Goldheart (detalhes da votação) ,

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That model will take up to 8 gb of RAM:

http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook/specs/macbook-core-2-duo-2.26-white-13-polycarbonate-unibody-late-2009-specs.html

The processor is, as far as I know, soldered in place and not replaceable.

=== Update (03/03/2016) ===

I have 2 of the 2010 version, and 2 of the 2009 version of the A1342.  (Macbook7,1 and Macbook6,1 respectively).

The 7,1s are both running 16 gb of RAM, and the the 6,1's can only take 8 gb.  (I tried 16 in all of them. :)  They also all have SSDs and I recommend them in any case, regardless or the RAM.

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Editado por: iRobot ,

Texto:

That model will take up to 8 gb of RAM:

http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook/specs/macbook-core-2-duo-2.26-white-13-polycarbonate-unibody-late-2009-specs.html

The processor is, as far as I know, soldered in place and not replaceable.

=== Update (03/03/2016) ===

I have 2 of the 2010 version, and 2 of the 2009 version of the A1342.  (Macbook7,1 and Macbook6,1 respectively).

The 7,1s are both running 16 gb of RAM, and the the 6,1's can only take 8 gb.  (I tried 16 in all of them. :)  They also all have SSDs and I recommend them in any case, regardless or the RAM.

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Editado por: tjod ,

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That model will take up to 8 gb of RAM:
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook/specs/macbook-core-2-duo-2.26-white-13-polycarbonate-unibody-late-2009-specs.html
The processor is, as far as I know, soldered in place and not replaceable.
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+=== Update (03/03/2016) ===
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+I have 2 of the 2010 version, and 2 of the 2009 version of the A1342. (Macbook7,1 and Macbook6,1 respectively).
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+The 7,1s are both running 16 gb of RAM, and the the 6,1's can only take 8 gb. (I tried 16 in all of them. :) They also all have SSDs and I recommend them in any case, regardless or the RAM.

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Mensagem original de: tjod ,

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That model will take up to 8 gb of RAM:

http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook/specs/macbook-core-2-duo-2.26-white-13-polycarbonate-unibody-late-2009-specs.html

The processor is, as far as I know, soldered in place and not replaceable.

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open