16GB MacBook Pro RAM Upgrade (2011)


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This is a video tutorial describing the process of upgrading your RAM on the MacBook Pro. This video covers the early 2011 Quad-core MacBook Pro. The process will be similar for most unibody MacBooks. In this case I’ve upgraded to 16GB of Corsair memory (although Apple claims support for only 8GB). The 16GB is recognized and functions perfectly.

Don’t pay the hefty factory upgrade prices from Apple – Complete the upgrade yourself! I previously installed an SSD inside my MacBook Pro as well, the processed is outlined in this video –

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44 Replies to “16GB MacBook Pro RAM Upgrade (2011)”

  1. Charlotte Turner says:

    would early 2011 13' mac be able to support a 16GB ram and 1tb SSD??

  2. Chad Monollo says:

    so this makes computer run smoother ??

  3. Jegor C says:

    I´m going to do this in May 2020 😀

  4. Rafi Rayhan says:

    Can you game on that? Thanks!

  5. ThinK Different says:

    anyone do this? and where did you get the ram? im upgrading the same computer, just not sure if its worth putting in the 16ram if the computer is really worth that much speed in the end.

  6. kash thakor says:

    That Android thing ..so funny

  7. Jacobrobertone says:

    ya prolly should unplug that battery there before you go messing around by the mother board budros. make sure to do so before. just sayin.

  8. Rıdvan L. says:

    hello there. is it suitable for early 2011 macbook pro ? I just bought SSD and wanna know to install 16GB MEM to this beast 🙂

  9. CemPrank says:

    u saved my life.i did the ssd and ram upgrade and its the best decision ever.thanks a bunch!!

  10. Rafael S. says:

    what happen if I put ddr4? I have 2 8gb ddr4. If I put them they will not work?

  11. Dan Yu says:

    watching this in 2020 to upgrade my 2011 macbook pro! very useful video 🙂

  12. beautifulyoung23 says:

    Thank did it on my own and it works like a charm 🙂

  13. Adi Abri Ganjar Utama says:

    so, its been few years then, did the GPU fail allready?

  14. Gergely Levente Csabai says:

    Someone in 2020?

  15. KILL DVD says:

    Would 1600mhz would work?

  16. Zair Barnuevo says:

    I have 2 8gb ddr3l 1600mhz but doesnt work on my mbpro late 2011..how can i fix it?..i only hear beepings..

  17. ThunderBlastvideo says:

    wait, wut? i didn't now that unbox did these types of videos…. O.o

  18. Knives says:

    I thought 8 gig is the max on early 2011?

  19. AyeNash says:

    wow, that's old

  20. DebraHart says:

    Just used this video (10/2019) to upgrade my Late 2011 model from 8GB to 16GB and worked great, thank you so much! xoxo

  21. Oliver Gomez says:

    I'm planning to upgrade my MBP early 2011 A1286 from 8gb ram to 16gb. Tell me if this memory module is compatible with my MBP. Thanks!
    Crucial 8GB 1RX8 PC3L-12800 DDR3L 1600Mhz 204-pin 1.35v SODIMM RAM.

  22. ZROADHOG says:

    Tried it but did not work, Macbook still only reads 8GB total, any ideas?

  23. Feriks Admadiredja says:

    Hi Lou, is your macbook pro ok after installing corsoir sodimm for several months? Please tell us the update. Thank you

  24. Phuntsok Angmo says:


  25. Ben Johnson says:

    Can someone tell me what more ram does I’m not much of a computer person and I’m looking to get a MacBook Pro

  26. Juan2003gtr says:

    is this memory ok for a mac mini mid 2011?

  27. marco dela cruz says:

    Watching at 2019, planning to do this on my 2011 macbook too:)

  28. Steven Peregrina says:

    can this run with macbook pro 2017 nontouchbar?

  29. ツNirv says:

    wait, don't you have to unplug the battery connector before you takeout/ install ram

  30. Филип Кафеджиев says:

    Hey there, recently bought a 2x8GB and added them to my MacBook Pro early 2011 however I use Visual Studio 2017 and it started working really slow what was never the case with my old 2x2GB. Anyone experienced that or any suggestions ?

  31. Nirvana Dayjars says:

    Thanks, mate! Just installed mine today!

  32. Calvin Joyy says:

    Time machined back from 2019

  33. CloudzYT says:

    Yeah Macs are pretty slow. You need to upgrade the RAM on those things

  34. Sɑrɑ Fɑıəllɑ says:

    But.. it won't be compatible? Apples max recommended Ram for 2011 Pro models is 8gb. 
    Yours works or overheats???

  35. 나누나누 says:

    do we have to worry about short? how to deal with the battery?

  36. EyeSayUhh92 says:

    Watching in 2019. Short and to the point. Thank you for the video!

  37. Zayn Umar says:

    You've come a long way dude. you should be proud

  38. Buster Heinesen says:

    Hey Got A macbook pro from early 2012. Can I insert 2x 4gb cosair macmemory that goes to late-2011 safely??

  39. kcbird8 says:

    detach battery

  40. Man Nam says:

    hello from 2019

  41. Michelle Caluag says:

    2019 now and Im still interested in upgrading my Macbook pro. I want to try this..

  42. Patti C says:

    Hello. I have a question for you. Never opened a MacBook or any other computer or phone before, but I want to try. I have an early 20ll MacBook pro. Want to upgrade ram, replace the hard drive. I also have another issue that I'm hoping you can help me diagnose. The trackpad has become an issue. It will click when I depress it AND I can move the mouse. However, the mouse on the screen does not respond to my click on the trackpad. I hooked up a battery powered external mouse, and everything responds just fine. So, before I go the expense of buying a new trackpad, I want to make sure the problem is not something else, such as the battery or another issue. Can you help me, or anyone else here help me? I'm an older woman with lots of initiative and not afraid of trying to fix this on my own. Thanks so much. Patti

  43. D C says:

    Should of kept the android supervisor

  44. David Hur says:

    I was told that my MacBook Pro 2011 early, it would only take 8 ( 2 of 4) but I see that you added 16 is it possible?

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