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Archived - iBook memory (RAM) guide

Want to upgrade the memory in your iBook? It may seem confusing when you're trying to figure out what RAM works in which computer. This article will show you what you need to know to purchase the right memory.

This article has been archived and is no longer updated by Apple.

The first thing to do is figure out which iBook model you have. Once you know, find it on the list below to get information about the type of memory it uses and an Apple part number.


iBook G4 (Mid 2005)
PC2700 (DDR 333) 200-pin, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM M9596G/A - 256 MB
M9595G/A - 512 MB
M9594G/A - 1 GB

iBook G4,
iBook G4 (Early 2004),
iBook G4 (Late 2004)
PC2100 (DDR 266) 200-pin, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM
(PC2700 compatible)
M9684G/A - 256 MB
M9683G/A - 512 MB
M9594G/A - 1 GB

iBook (16 VRAM),
iBook (Opaque 16 VRAM),
iBook (32 VRAM),
iBook (14.1 LCD 32 VRAM),
iBook (Early 2003)
3.3 V, PC100 or PC133 compliant, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM M9089G/A - 512 MB

iBook (14.1 LCD)
3.3 V, PC100 or PC133 compliant, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM M9089G/A - 512 MB

iBook (Dual USB),
iBook (Late 2001)
3.3 V, PC100 or PC133 compliant, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM M9089G/A - 512 MB

iBook (FireWire)
3.3 V, PC66 compliant, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM This model can also use PC100 memory, such as M9089G/A - 512 MB

original iBook
3.3 V, PC66 compliant, 1.25 inch SDRAM SO-DIMM This model can also use PC100 memory, such as M9089G/A - 512 MB
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