not that i know of. Well you can, the memory "should" work, but the clock rate "speed" the RAM runs is being determined by the motherboard not the memory. The BIOS on the motherboard for a mac won't allow for overclocking etc. So even if you put in RAM that is rated for a higher speed, it will still run at the default speed it is designed to run. Assuming of course this is a brand that will work with mac etc.........
1333MHz RAM is more expensive anyway and I am not sure what kind of "real world performance gain" would be achieved depending on what your doing.
and I don't know what you will be using the laptop for, they are other things to make it faster if that is your goal. You might just need more memory? (your questions doesn't say how much you have now) just offering my opinion even thou I was not asked.
Buying Mushkin brand online at a place like newegg best price i have found recently with good reviews. (WAY cheaper then in any computer store, at least when i checked last week)
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Install only 1066MHz, i tried 1333MHz is NOT working in my macbook white unibody and the system crash !!!
Can I install 1333 ddr3 ram on the macbook?
thanks I bought a pack 4Gb (2x2Gb) corsair 1333MHz, in an ebay offer
but when I install it, the notebook don't start and have a beep sound
I tried all the combinations (with the modules)
now I'm using 3gb in the notebook one original of the mb, and the other of this the corsair
now are running at 1066MHz
I don't think the 1333mhz ram is compatible with the 2010 unibody.
I have 1067mhz DDR3 ram and it works great.
I have 12GB ram and have run 16 GB ram in it until I pulled it
and used it in a desktop that I needed for multiple processing Apps.
No problems at all running this type Ram. I have tried the 1333mhz DDR3
as well because I had that ram in my 2012 quad i7 Mac Mini, but it is
not backward compatible to 1067mhz at least in my 2010 Macbook.
Hope this helps
I just installed 2 rams, 1gb DDR3 and 4gb DDR3 (5 gb total)... working smooth...
With 2 slots of 4gb DDR3 (8gb total), the system dsnt start
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