This is a discussion on Mackbook/Pro benchmarks (Late 2008) within the Mobile Mac Archives forums, part of the Archived Threads category; Originally Posted by global Santa Rosa Macbook Pros could handle 8GB of RAM easily but the question is can the ...
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Here are two more reviews I've found.
Nvidia said their chipset supports 36-bit memory addressing so it is a matter of whether Apple implements this on the hardware (ie electrical traces to at least 35 lines of addressing). It would not be long before someone tests this out. I am almost sure the Apple engineers would not skimp on a few address lines!.
Leopard is 64-bits and supports more than 4GB and so does XP64 and Vista64. The rest of the 32-bit guest OS can only take less.
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Wala kasing available na SODIMM of 4GB & 8GB density when they intially published the numbers.
Samsung recently announced 8GB and 16GB memory modules so expect them by 2009/2010/2011.
THere's a certain point when capacity speeds up a process and when efficient coding and faster overall system speed plays a roll again,