• Corsair Apple Certified 16 Gb (2x8 Gb)  Ddr3 1333 M Hz (Pc3 10666) Laptop Memory 1.5 V
Corsair Apple Certified 16 Gb (2x8 Gb)  Ddr3 1333 M Hz (Pc3 10666) Laptop Memory 1.5 V

Corsair Apple Certified 16 Gb (2x8 Gb) Ddr3 1333 M Hz (Pc3 10666) Laptop Memory 1.5 V

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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). No fan included
  • Speed: 1333MHz CL9. Type : 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM
  • Timing: 9-9-9-24 (1333MHz)
  • Pin Out: 204 Pin
  • Voltage: 1.5V
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty from Corsair. Memory Type: DDR3; Speed: 1333MHz

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Works on Early 2011 Macbook Pro Works on perfectly on my 15 inch, Early 2011 Macbook Pro.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. 5Works great for me. Here's how to check if it will work for you I've had this 16GB upgrade installed for over 2 weeks now and it works perfectly on my Macbook Pro 15-inch, Early 2011, macOS Sierra, 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7.I have two of these laptops. I followed Apple guidelines on Maximum RAM size for the first one and upgraded it to 8 GB at the El Capitan release. That was fine until the macOS Sierra release slowed things down.I wanted to try and get the speed back by increasing RAM size to 16 GB. I checked test results to see if this was a robust/reliable upgrade. While it is not Apple approved, it is well vetted by folks that know about Macs.If you want to check results of tests on your Mac, start by getting your Mac's details from 'About This Mac' under the 'Apple Menu' (apple logo).I used the website 'EveryMac' to do this. I think the easiest and most reliable way to find your mac is to use your Serial Number. Go to the 'EveryMac' website and search for 'Ultimate Mac Lookup'. Follow this link and copy the serial number from your 'About This Mac' and paste it into the 'Identifier' field. Hit Lookup and pass the 'I am not a robot test'. Follow the link for complete specs for more info that you probably want, then search for 'Maximum RAM'.Qualitatively, my 16GB 2011MBP responds noticeably faster than my 8GB 2011MBP, particularly with lots of windows open.Quantitatively, checking 'Activity Monitor'->'Memory Tab' shows 'Physical Memory' as 16 GB, 'Memory Used' as 12GB and 'Memory Pressure' low and green. I interpret this as macOS Sierra is designed to use all the available RAM and therefore the extra for the 16GB upgrade is well spent.Hope your results are as good as mine! 5This Saved My Macbook Pro (Early 2011) My Macbook Pro (13 inch, early 2011) works so much more smoothly now! Things don't load instantaneously or anything, but they are much faster and when they do open my laptop can handle multiple at a time! I see the spinning loading cursor much less often and my computer functions much more efficiently.To give you an idea of the difference this makes, a few days before buying this, I had three windows open: Chrome, Word, and Spotify; my computer was working at a snail's pace and I could barely get anything done. I wasted almost an hour trying to open Word, look up instructions, open a file, and switch footnotes to endnotes.When I first installed the new 16GB, I opened app after app until every single app on my dock was open and running (about 24 apps in all, including Word, Powerpoint, Spotify, Steam, iTunes, and the App Store, among others). Once they were all open, my computer was working so well that the fan wasn't even activated. I was using about 10 GB of memory or so, and using the apps was a breeze.It was so easy to install too! I recommend looking up instructions online and maybe buying a tiny screwdriver if you don't already have one, but I had no issues and had replaced my old memory in less than 5 minutes.I can't recommend this enough. However, if you only plan to be using your computer for things like email, social media, and so forth, I think the 8GB (2x 4GB) option would suffice. The reason I went for 16 is that I often do photo editing and digital art and wanted to be sure that these programs would function smoothly.If anything changes with functionality, I'll update my review. But for now, I couldn't be happier. My laptop can multitask again!! 5They work, price is good I put a set of these in my 2011 MacBook Pro after a Crucial 4GB module failed, and they work perfectly. My machine is supposed to only have a max capacity of 8GB RAM, but evidently firmware upgrades have increased the RAM capacities of several older Mac models, mine among them. These had the best price of any I've found, and delivery was super quick.If your computer seems to be functioning but won't run software packages that it ran previously, you might use memory check software and built-in diagnostics to check your RAM for errors. However, none of the tests I ran was definitive. I tried running the machine with one RAM module at a time. It refused to start with one of the modules. Case closed. Bought and installed the Corsair SODIMMs, and all's well. 5From a PC user: Made an old iMac shine again, super easy install.. I inherited a 2011 iMac back in 2014. I'm a PC user, and only fiddled a bit with the iMac, until trying to back up my late mother's files before a cross country move with it. Afterwards, I began to use it a bit more, but was constantly frustrated by slow performance. I went again to look at my mother's files, apps, et al to see whether I should just do a factory restore. I wasn't comfortable with that yet in the end, and seeing that the hard drive still had plenty of space, I took a look at the memory. The iMac still had the original 4 gigs loaded.Mom had been pretty tech savvy, and was almost always upgrading and refreshing her equipment - so to find that she had never upgraded the RAM was really surprising.I looked up the install instructions and went window shopping for an upgrade, ultimately bringing me here.Once the new bits arrived, I pulled the old sticks, and popped in the new ones (super easy). I did notice that one of the sticks seated a bit more easily than the other, but that they were both a little stiff and tight compared to the factory sticks I'd just pulled. Upon boot, I got beeps - meaning something was off. I unseated the new sticks, reseated them, and tried again.Success!No more spinning pinwheel or bouncing icons for me! 5Very good! Works perfect so far on my MacBook Pro (early 2011). It originally came with 4 GB of memory and with the latest macOS upgrade, it turned my computer so slow, I couldn't do anything with it. Every click of the mouse was a real pain. All my computer resources was completely being tapped out. Upgraded my MBP with new 16 GB memory along with a new SSD. No issues with the installation. Just watch a couple videos online because its very easy to do it yourself. You just need to make sure you have some decent set of mini screw drivers to take off the back panel. What a difference it made with the combination of more memory and new SSD. It now feels like a brand new computer now. Brought new life back to my Mac and it feels like I can squeeze another 2-3 years out of this before I need to buy a new computer. 5FAKE memory chips, Wrong size and not real chips!! Update: 11-28-2016: I returned these chips to Corsair because Amazon would not accept them back, and i cannot say enough good about Corsair's customer service. Although it took a little time, despite the notion Corsair could not directly warrant them since they were counterfeit memory chips, Corsair still ended up warranting them, not leaving me hung out to dry.The chips sent to me from Corsair are working fantastic! I really dig having 16Gb of memory in my MacBook pro. Makes a HUGE difference in the performance when running VM Fusion. What a difference!!!! Thank you so much Corsair for standing behind the name of your product and it is super disappointing that Amazon allowed fake chips to be sold.THIS IS NOT REAL CORSAIR MEMORY!!!!!I purchased this under the impression this was really Corsair memory. After installing the memory my computer would only recognize this as 4Gb chips, after struggling with this for a bit and finally taking it to a mac store, the chips were deemed to be incorrect. Of course, i was just outside of the time Amazon would allow for return so i had to go back to Corsair. I sent the chips into Corsair, after paying $90 for a new set with the understanding i would get the refund, Corsair came back and said these were not really Corsair chips to begin with and would not authorize reimbursement. Now i am out another $90!!!!!! 5THIS WORKS WITH NO HARDDRIVE UPGRADE REQUIRED I purchased this item as my Early Macbook pro 2011 was snail slow and not loading anything with 575GB of 750GB available. I followed all the steps online to make my computer faster but felt as if I was disabling features I love. Why have a lame computer SO I purchased this item and it's only been 2 days total with them in but as soon as I restarted my computer and it powered on for the first time in a long time, Word loaded quickly (30 seconds), Powerpoint loaded quickly (18 seconds), and firefox almost instantly which was such a relief. I want to start using VMware fusion again like before but let me tell you without a Harddrive upgrade like everyone does to Solid State Drive my laptop is still fast as heck, compared to where I used to take 45 minutes to save or update documents with the Rainbow wheel of death spinning to no end. I only wish I would have bought this sooner. I will update after using VMware fusion and Autocad for 3D modeling. If it can stand that then it's beyond 5 stars, if it can't I will lower accordingly. FYI OS is High Sierra and my screen shot shows the RAM Memory usage at 5GB plus. Crazy considering I only had 4GB before the upgrade which explains the slow system. DON'T BUY ONLY 8GB TOTAL GET THIS 16GB the computer can and will use it all and it's worth it. Don't cheap out. Apple's website lied to me saying 8GB max when in my photos you can clearly see it recognizes all 16GB. God bless and enjoy the speed freedom. 5Great price for the Memory Works well bought it for a macbook pro (15-inch, early 2011), and it works as advertised and i have no complaints so far but i was little surprised about the shipping as this is delicate piece and it did not came up secured in the box it was dancing all over luckily it is still working.Pros: Great price for the Memory,Good Quality product, I ran the memtest and it passed with flying colors. No kernel panics or glitches yetCons: Packaging should be anti static and bind tightly even though I have not had any issues with the memory. 4Why won't it work? Maybe... So I will start with the bad and move onto the good so I can end with a bangWhen I first put the RAM into my Late 2011 MacBook Pro 15" I had some problems. I would get a weird *Beep* and then my screen would have all these colorful lines across the screen. I dont even know how to explain it. So in turn I opened up the back of my laptop, took out my new $80 RAM and put in the old stuff. It then booted up just fine. I went and looked around what the problem could have been. After being stumped I looked at what updates could be done and noticed I had a software update. So then I waited around 30min or so for this long download to finish. When it finished I made sure everything was running smooth and made sure nothing was running before I safely shutdown my MacBook once again. Then it was back to popping off the plate and putting the new RAM in. After taking out my old 8GB 1333Hz RAM. I made sure that I properly seated the new 16GB 1333Hz RAM into the slots provided. After checking it all over I flipped the MacBook back around and powered it up with fingers crossed that I wouldn't have any problems. It looked promising when it asked me for my password then I waited in suspense for the little gray/black bar to reach the end. Once it did. . . YEY it worked!What I think the problems could have been:1.) When my computer the first time was shut down it was shutdown because of battery loss and not shutdown properly. So there was still data on the old RAM.2.) I didn't fully insert the RAM the first time into the bays the first time around.3.) Black magic. . .In conclusion I would recommend this product to people who need more RAM and is willing to take a little time out of there life to do it themselves instead of paying the people up at the Apple store to do it for you.Toughness level: 4/10 5
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Works on Early 2011 Macbook Pro Works on perfectly on my 15 inch, Early 2011 Macbook Pro.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. 5Works great for me. Here's how to check if it will work for you I've had this 16GB upgrade installed for over 2 weeks now and it works perfectly on my Macbook Pro 15-inch, Early 2011, macOS Sierra, 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7.I have two of these laptops. I followed Apple guidelines on Maximum RAM size for the first one and upgraded it to 8 GB at the El Capitan release. That was fine until the macOS Sierra release slowed things down.I wanted to try and get the speed back by increasing RAM size to 16 GB. I checked test results to see if this was a robust/reliable upgrade. While it is not Apple approved, it is well vetted by folks that know about Macs.If you want to check results of tests on your Mac, start by getting your Mac's details from 'About This Mac' under the 'Apple Menu' (apple logo).I used the website 'EveryMac' to do this. I think the easiest and most reliable way to find your mac is to use your Serial Number. Go to the 'EveryMac' website and search for 'Ultimate Mac Lookup'. Follow this link and copy the serial number from your 'About This Mac' and paste it into the 'Identifier' field. Hit Lookup and pass the 'I am not a robot test'. Follow the link for complete specs for more info that you probably want, then search for 'Maximum RAM'.Qualitatively, my 16GB 2011MBP responds noticeably faster than my 8GB 2011MBP, particularly with lots of windows open.Quantitatively, checking 'Activity Monitor'->'Memory Tab' shows 'Physical Memory' as 16 GB, 'Memory Used' as 12GB and 'Memory Pressure' low and green. I interpret this as macOS Sierra is designed to use all the available RAM and therefore the extra for the 16GB upgrade is well spent.Hope your results are as good as mine! 5This Saved My Macbook Pro (Early 2011) My Macbook Pro (13 inch, early 2011) works so much more smoothly now! Things don't load instantaneously or anything, but they are much faster and when they do open my laptop can handle multiple at a time! I see the spinning loading cursor much less often and my computer functions much more efficiently.To give you an idea of the difference this makes, a few days before buying this, I had three windows open: Chrome, Word, and Spotify; my computer was working at a snail's pace and I could barely get anything done. I wasted almost an hour trying to open Word, look up instructions, open a file, and switch footnotes to endnotes.When I first installed the new 16GB, I opened app after app until every single app on my dock was open and running (about 24 apps in all, including Word, Powerpoint, Spotify, Steam, iTunes, and the App Store, among others). Once they were all open, my computer was working so well that the fan wasn't even activated. I was using about 10 GB of memory or so, and using the apps was a breeze.It was so easy to install too! I recommend looking up instructions online and maybe buying a tiny screwdriver if you don't already have one, but I had no issues and had replaced my old memory in less than 5 minutes.I can't recommend this enough. However, if you only plan to be using your computer for things like email, social media, and so forth, I think the 8GB (2x 4GB) option would suffice. The reason I went for 16 is that I often do photo editing and digital art and wanted to be sure that these programs would function smoothly.If anything changes with functionality, I'll update my review. But for now, I couldn't be happier. My laptop can multitask again!! 5They work, price is good I put a set of these in my 2011 MacBook Pro after a Crucial 4GB module failed, and they work perfectly. My machine is supposed to only have a max capacity of 8GB RAM, but evidently firmware upgrades have increased the RAM capacities of several older Mac models, mine among them. These had the best price of any I've found, and delivery was super quick.If your computer seems to be functioning but won't run software packages that it ran previously, you might use memory check software and built-in diagnostics to check your RAM for errors. However, none of the tests I ran was definitive. I tried running the machine with one RAM module at a time. It refused to start with one of the modules. Case closed. Bought and installed the Corsair SODIMMs, and all's well. 5From a PC user: Made an old iMac shine again, super easy install.. I inherited a 2011 iMac back in 2014. I'm a PC user, and only fiddled a bit with the iMac, until trying to back up my late mother's files before a cross country move with it. Afterwards, I began to use it a bit more, but was constantly frustrated by slow performance. I went again to look at my mother's files, apps, et al to see whether I should just do a factory restore. I wasn't comfortable with that yet in the end, and seeing that the hard drive still had plenty of space, I took a look at the memory. The iMac still had the original 4 gigs loaded.Mom had been pretty tech savvy, and was almost always upgrading and refreshing her equipment - so to find that she had never upgraded the RAM was really surprising.I looked up the install instructions and went window shopping for an upgrade, ultimately bringing me here.Once the new bits arrived, I pulled the old sticks, and popped in the new ones (super easy). I did notice that one of the sticks seated a bit more easily than the other, but that they were both a little stiff and tight compared to the factory sticks I'd just pulled. Upon boot, I got beeps - meaning something was off. I unseated the new sticks, reseated them, and tried again.Success!No more spinning pinwheel or bouncing icons for me! 5Very good! Works perfect so far on my MacBook Pro (early 2011). It originally came with 4 GB of memory and with the latest macOS upgrade, it turned my computer so slow, I couldn't do anything with it. Every click of the mouse was a real pain. All my computer resources was completely being tapped out. Upgraded my MBP with new 16 GB memory along with a new SSD. No issues with the installation. Just watch a couple videos online because its very easy to do it yourself. You just need to make sure you have some decent set of mini screw drivers to take off the back panel. What a difference it made with the combination of more memory and new SSD. It now feels like a brand new computer now. Brought new life back to my Mac and it feels like I can squeeze another 2-3 years out of this before I need to buy a new computer. 5FAKE memory chips, Wrong size and not real chips!! Update: 11-28-2016: I returned these chips to Corsair because Amazon would not accept them back, and i cannot say enough good about Corsair's customer service. Although it took a little time, despite the notion Corsair could not directly warrant them since they were counterfeit memory chips, Corsair still ended up warranting them, not leaving me hung out to dry.The chips sent to me from Corsair are working fantastic! I really dig having 16Gb of memory in my MacBook pro. Makes a HUGE difference in the performance when running VM Fusion. What a difference!!!! Thank you so much Corsair for standing behind the name of your product and it is super disappointing that Amazon allowed fake chips to be sold.THIS IS NOT REAL CORSAIR MEMORY!!!!!I purchased this under the impression this was really Corsair memory. After installing the memory my computer would only recognize this as 4Gb chips, after struggling with this for a bit and finally taking it to a mac store, the chips were deemed to be incorrect. Of course, i was just outside of the time Amazon would allow for return so i had to go back to Corsair. I sent the chips into Corsair, after paying $90 for a new set with the understanding i would get the refund, Corsair came back and said these were not really Corsair chips to begin with and would not authorize reimbursement. Now i am out another $90!!!!!! 5THIS WORKS WITH NO HARDDRIVE UPGRADE REQUIRED I purchased this item as my Early Macbook pro 2011 was snail slow and not loading anything with 575GB of 750GB available. I followed all the steps online to make my computer faster but felt as if I was disabling features I love. Why have a lame computer SO I purchased this item and it's only been 2 days total with them in but as soon as I restarted my computer and it powered on for the first time in a long time, Word loaded quickly (30 seconds), Powerpoint loaded quickly (18 seconds), and firefox almost instantly which was such a relief. I want to start using VMware fusion again like before but let me tell you without a Harddrive upgrade like everyone does to Solid State Drive my laptop is still fast as heck, compared to where I used to take 45 minutes to save or update documents with the Rainbow wheel of death spinning to no end. I only wish I would have bought this sooner. I will update after using VMware fusion and Autocad for 3D modeling. If it can stand that then it's beyond 5 stars, if it can't I will lower accordingly. FYI OS is High Sierra and my screen shot shows the RAM Memory usage at 5GB plus. Crazy considering I only had 4GB before the upgrade which explains the slow system. DON'T BUY ONLY 8GB TOTAL GET THIS 16GB the computer can and will use it all and it's worth it. Don't cheap out. Apple's website lied to me saying 8GB max when in my photos you can clearly see it recognizes all 16GB. God bless and enjoy the speed freedom. 5Great price for the Memory Works well bought it for a macbook pro (15-inch, early 2011), and it works as advertised and i have no complaints so far but i was little surprised about the shipping as this is delicate piece and it did not came up secured in the box it was dancing all over luckily it is still working.Pros: Great price for the Memory,Good Quality product, I ran the memtest and it passed with flying colors. No kernel panics or glitches yetCons: Packaging should be anti static and bind tightly even though I have not had any issues with the memory. 4Why won't it work? Maybe... So I will start with the bad and move onto the good so I can end with a bangWhen I first put the RAM into my Late 2011 MacBook Pro 15" I had some problems. I would get a weird *Beep* and then my screen would have all these colorful lines across the screen. I dont even know how to explain it. So in turn I opened up the back of my laptop, took out my new $80 RAM and put in the old stuff. It then booted up just fine. I went and looked around what the problem could have been. After being stumped I looked at what updates could be done and noticed I had a software update. So then I waited around 30min or so for this long download to finish. When it finished I made sure everything was running smooth and made sure nothing was running before I safely shutdown my MacBook once again. Then it was back to popping off the plate and putting the new RAM in. After taking out my old 8GB 1333Hz RAM. I made sure that I properly seated the new 16GB 1333Hz RAM into the slots provided. After checking it all over I flipped the MacBook back around and powered it up with fingers crossed that I wouldn't have any problems. It looked promising when it asked me for my password then I waited in suspense for the little gray/black bar to reach the end. Once it did. . . YEY it worked!What I think the problems could have been:1.) When my computer the first time was shut down it was shutdown because of battery loss and not shutdown properly. So there was still data on the old RAM.2.) I didn't fully insert the RAM the first time into the bays the first time around.3.) Black magic. . .In conclusion I would recommend this product to people who need more RAM and is willing to take a little time out of there life to do it themselves instead of paying the people up at the Apple store to do it for you.Toughness level: 4/10 5
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