2GB Corsair DDR3, 1066 MHz 204 Pin SODIMM, Unbuffered, CL7, Supports Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2008)

2GB Corsair DDR3, 1066 MHz 204 Pin SODIMM, Unbuffered, CL7, Supports Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2008)

Corsair
Scan code: LN26799 Manufacturer code: VSA2GSDS1066 Request call
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Product Overview Adding system memory is one of the most effective ways to improve overall performance and Corsair’s Mac Memory offers a full line of options for upgrading the MacBook, the MacBook Pro and the Intel-based versions of the iMac family. Features • 204 pin SODIMM.
• DDR3 memory.
• 1066 MHz memory speed.
Specifications
Specifications
Size 2GB
Memory Model Apple/MacPro
Memory Channel  
Memory Type DDR3
Memory Type (ECC) Non-ECC
Memory Type (R/U) Unbuffered
Memory Speed PC2-8500 (1066)
Pins 204
CAS Latency 7
Voltage N/A
Cooler  
Features  
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Details
Duration:
999 months
Type:
Return to base
RTB Period:
999 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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