Will 16Gb RAM in MacBook Pro 2011?

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Know what the specifications indicated support max 8 GB (2 laths on 4 GB) but may be someone had experience installing two laths on 8 GB in a MacBook Pro early 2011 release? Will it work?


And please don't ask why I have so many :)
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Judging by the fact that MacSales sell 16GB Memory Kit for Early'2011 — will work.
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16Gb will work. OWC memory modules have not tried, but started on bars Samsung.
But on the straps ELPIDA — no.
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Not if you can find the identical desired die in "brick and mortar" store (if you intend eventually to buy through the Internet), come with your laptop and try?
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Did ask — 16 is better than 8? Also want to add memory, so I think can take 16?
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Put yourself in a MacBook Pro late 2011 Corsair Value Select 2x8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 KIT (CMSO16GX3M2A1333C9) for$ 77 is generally all without problems, 17 tabs work video in youtube, in three browsers, and a few simple tabs 2 movie in HD quality in different players, IDE, Navicat Premium, Photospho(website design), Igrushka, Itunes and some other programs. Memory went with 8GB, and the processor busy by 12%. Great upgrade happened, before that was 4 and two browsers with 20 tabs with the usual pages, and IDE Navicat Premium, and you could feel the braking. Now responds molnienosno that I hadn't done.
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And the video started to work better with 16GB?
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