The 2016 MacBook Pro uses DDR3 RAM.
John Nolt

I don’t really see how that’s possible with that generation CPU. The motherboard has to support DDR4 in order to use that CPU. To put DDR3 in there, even if supported, would be the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard of. I mean, Wikipedia isn’t always correct either of course. This sounds highly suspect.

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