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Is this possible?

I read on the crucial.com website that it is not.

I imagine 2x16Gb would be a bit expensive but not unheard of.

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It's not that the amount of RAM doesn't exist, it's that the upgradeability doesn't exist. The Retina MacBook Pro's RAM is soldered to the motherboard. Nothing is getting in or out.

  • Make sense then... – Cedric H. Jul 28 '16 at 11:37
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    additionally, the Haswell processor and chipset in that computer only support a maximum of 16GB of RAM (and it is soldered onto the board, so it's moot anyway). – Valashtar Aug 8 '16 at 2:33

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