Not sure of the problems that may arise from using a memory type that the manufacturer did not specify, but I think I would stick with the type of memory that the board was created for.
Remember, that the warranty only works if the original equipment is in place. If you have problems after installing the other RAM, Apple can refuse support until the original configuration is restored.
Hi guys, first post:
Just got a new 2.0GHz Aluminum Macbook. I have 4GB (2x2GB) of DDR2 sticks lying around that I am thinking about sticking in the new mac. But I wasn't sure if that will improve performance over the 2GB DDR3 RAM already included.
Can anyone tell me whether speed or capacity matters more?