Is MacBook Pro 2012's RAM Memory extendable more than 8GB?

I have extended my MacBook Pro's RAM Memory upto 10 GB and its working and showing In its activity normal is MacBook extendable to 10 GB ?

MacBook Pro: How to remove or install memory - Apple Support
Here is the links for the RAM Upgrade Spec requirements needed for your specific model. It has a full comparison and spec guideline on each model and year dated

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    Hi,
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  • My memory is 4gb for my macbook pro what is ram??

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    quote: "640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates, 1981
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  • Can I take RAM from MacBook Pro 2012 and install in MacBook 2010

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    5.  If I install snow leopard, can I just go to the App store and get the free upgrade to Mavericks?
    Not via Snow Leopard on this MBP.  See my response to #4.
    6.  If I want to do the "Data Doubler" option in the future and add a normal Solid State drive into my computer, will it have trouble interacting with the 1 tb hybrid solid state drive?
    No.  They are completely independent of each other; they are just independent storage units (drives) and their RAM does not interact.

  • Why Does Retina MacBook Pro (2012) Suddenly Hibernate With Lid Open?

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      Model Identifier:    MacBookPro10,1
      Processor Name:    Intel Core i7
      Processor Speed:    2.6 GHz
      Number of Processors:    1
      Total Number of Cores:    4
      L2 Cache (per Core):    256 KB
      L3 Cache:    6 MB
      Memory:    8 GB
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