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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by HughJ, Mar 1, 2006.
does anyone know what type of Ram thats used internally for the FP mac?
That depends entirely on which one you're talking about.
Try looking it up on Crucial's website.
holy post resurection batman.
i have had a look on crucials website but i cant find anything, the ram in talking about is the module buried deep inside
Which iMac is it? Specifically.
That RAM is not supposed to be user serviceable, it's supposed to be serviced only be a Certified Apple Tech.
its a 700Mhz FP G4 iMac...so its well out of warranty, i have split the mac open a few times to replace the DVD drive, so its easily accesible
You need a 168 pin pc 133 ram for the apple serviced slot (internal slot)
for the user ram slot its a 144 pin pc133 ram ..Max ram is 1 GB installable
was looking at memorytogo(never bought from them)
and they sell User slot(the slot for users) and Apple Slot(they slot not "for" users aka the one your talking about)
thanks for the replies
so only a 512Mb module can be installed internally (Apple Only Slot)
The internal slot is a PC133 SDRAM DIMM slot that can accept up to 512 MB of RAM. The external user accessible slot is PC133 SDRAM as well but takes a SO-DIMM with a 512 MB maximum.