Is there a difference between this two...

Kilobyte Kid

Is there a difference between this two...

Hello, and thanks for the support in advance.


I have just purchased a memory (RAM) model from Crucial and i've just noticed that i might have got the wrong model (or at least i think is wrong). 


My buying is for my MacBook Pro 3.1 ( pre-unibody ) 2.4GHz 17" Intel Core 2 Duo. I bought a memory model, with product part number: CT687602 ( 4GB kit (2X2), 200 pin, DDR2-667 memory module )


But i've just  noticed it says its for 15" MBP! 


On further search i found this: CT687611 it has the same tech specks but it says its for 17" MBP


So i wonder if its the same product only changing the part number? Or if i should return it and make the change.


Thank You!

2 Replies
Crucial Employee

Re: Is there a difference between this two...

Hi rc_,


Both of these models actually take the exact same memory type, so it's perfectly fine to use this memory in your system.


The part numbers are based on what system they are ordered against, as both these models support the same type and speed of memory we can guarantee that the memory you have ordered is compatible with your system.

Crucial_Junket, Crucial Moderator, UK

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Kilobyte Kid

Re: Is there a difference between this two...

Ok! Thank you