|RAM||8 GB DDR3 1333|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
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Corsair Apple Certified 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1333 MHz (PC3 10666) Laptop Memory
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- Compatible with MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011), MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011), MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011), MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011), MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011), MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011)
- Density: 16GB (2x8GB SO-DIMM)
- Speed: 1333MHz CL9
- Timing: 9-9-9-24 (1333MHz)
- Pin Out: 204 Pin
- Voltage: 1.5V
- Limited Lifetime Warranty from Corsair
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From the Manufacturer
Corsair Mac Memory Upgrade Kits: Guaranteed Performance, Compatibility, Support
Corsair's 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB Mac memory upgrade kits will help your system work better. With hassle-free compatibility and renowned Corsair reliability and support, they're a smart performance investment.
One of the Best Ways to Improve Your Mac's Performance
Applications use memory, and some of the applications that run best on the Mac — photo and video editing — use lots of it. That's why outfitting your Mac with a Corsair Mac Memory upgrade kit is one of the best things you can do to maximize your system's performance and agility.
With a Mac that's been upgraded to the maximum amount of memory it supports, you'll spend less time waiting for your applications to buffer data to the hard drive, and more time working — or playing. Upgrading memory can also be a cost-effective way to get more life out of your older system: before you trade up to a new one, just upgrade the memory.
Tested at Apple Developer Compatibility Labs for Guaranteed Performance
Corsair's Mac memory kits are tested at Apple Developer Compatibility Labs and work with most MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac mini systems shipped in 2011.
Not sure if your older Mac will work with 8GB DDR3 SODIMMs? Get in touch with us, and we'll help.
Limited Lifetime Warranty, Support And Service
Corsair has been making high-performance memory for just about as long as high-performance memory has existed. Countless customers worldwide rely on Corsair for performance, reliability, and value. Our reputation is important to us, and that's why all Corsair DRAM products are backed by a limited lifetime warranty. If you ever need help, we're available by phone, email, and web forum.
- 204-pin DDR3 SODIMMs.
- 1.5 Volts.
- Supports memory bus speeds of up to 1333MHz.
- 9-9-9-24 CAS timing.
Top Customer Reviews
The tech specs listed by Apple say that this Macbook can only support up to 8GB of RAM, however this product does, and continues to, work as described on my macbook.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone who ones the same macbook as me, since I have first-hand experience that it does in fact support 16GB RAM.
* The only thing I would advise when considering whether or not to buy this product is to assess whether or not the slight performance advantage between 8GB and 16Gb is worth the price difference. Hope this helps!
* * I would also advise you to run many tests on the RAM upon installing it to make sure that it is properly performing.
EDIT: (5/25/14) - Still working perfectly. Very satisfied with the purchase.
MacBook Pro Late-2011, Intel Core i7 2.8GHz.
So I got the Corsair 16 gigs, quadrupled my memory, and so far, problem solved. Very easy to install (though you really need the proper magnetic screwdriver: if you "make do," you'll strip the screws).
A couple of tips and tricks:
First, these memory sticks are not risk-free. Mine seem to be generating a bit more heat than the factory memory-sticks. That's not great for any computer, but it's an acceptable risk for me, since I'd have to buy a new laptop if its performance didn't improve. My fan is currently running a bit louder than it used to.
Second, I had to employ a weird install trick. When I put them in, my computer wouldn't turn on but kept beeping at me. The solution took some time to find and was a little bizarre: I had to loosen the four screws that hold the RAM unit in. Weird, yes? I got the tip from the Mac Forums, where some have theorized that heat, over time, warps the unit to the point that the sticks don't make proper contact. Anyway, strange as it seemed, it worked.
Third: They do work. Screaming memory: my machine is almost too fast. To test the memory, I ran all my biggest memory hogs at once (Filemaker Pro, iPhoto, Mail, Preview with a huge edited .pdf, GIMP, Word, ProTools) and then opened Rome: Total War.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is compatible with my 2011 early Macbook pro 13'. It works perfect.Published 3 days ago by Sean Hao
Apple Care stated that this memory was creating problems with my MacBook Pro 15" and removed it from the computer.Published 5 days ago by Eric B. Smith
Works great in my Early 2011 15" MacBook Pro. My ram grew old and seemed to use more than what was necessary. Read morePublished 10 days ago by David G Pehrson