Optimized compatibility with 6th Gen Intel Core Processors
1.2V Low Voltage Support
Module Height: 30mm / 1.18in
Dual channel 32GB laptop memory kit containing 2x 16GB modules with 260 pins, rated to run at 2400MHz and requires only 1.20V. From the premium G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 range, which guarantees superb performance at a great price. Memory timings of CL16 (16-16-16-39) and backed by lifetime warranty.
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If you aren’t sure what Mac model you have or what kind of memory it takes, you can get your System Profile through the Apple menu. The profile will tell you what kind of memory and how much memory is in your system.
STEP 1: Open the Apple menu Open the Apple menu, and then select About This Mac.
STEP 2: Select “More Info…“ The About This Mac screen opens. Click the More Info… button.
STEP 3: Hardware overview The System Profile screen opens, showing the Hardware Overview. The Hardware Overview provides you with all the information you will need, such as your Mac model, CPU type/speed, and total memory capacity.
STEP 4: Current memory information In the Contents section on the left side of the screen, click Memory. The Memory Slot information appears, showing your current memory configuration ( make sure yours is DDR3 1333MHz ). This information helps you determine which slots are filled with which type of memory, and how many slots are still available to install new memory.