finally got my imac 27 thanks for all the help

Discussion in 'iMac' started by Rud3Bwoy, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. Rud3Bwoy Suspended

    Rud3Bwoy

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    finally got my baby today i7 512 flash 8 gb ram going to 32 wednesday waiting for it to be delivered,glad i made the switch from windows to mac finally!

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    tho i do regret not getting magic mouse need to get it uncomfy with the magic trackpad
     
  2. firedept macrumors 603

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    Welcome to the dark side. You'll love your new toys. Have fun and enjoy the new OS.
     
  3. Rud3Bwoy thread starter Suspended

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    i do already don't think i can go back to windows now ever
     
  4. firedept macrumors 603

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    I unfortunately do not have that choice. Here at home we are all Mac. At work I must use Windows on my printing press. Spend more time solving problems with it than I ever do with my Macs. But such is life. Love coming home to work and play on my Apple toys.
     
  5. mad3inch1na macrumors 6502a

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    Congrats! It will be a powerhouse. I honestly hate the feel of the magic mouse. If you use the trackpad for a while, it is really better for navigating OS X and it is more comfortable. I love the desk by the way.

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    Matt
     
  6. Rud3Bwoy thread starter Suspended

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    thanks on the laptop i dont mind the mouse but the desktop can't deal with this makes my browsing slow
     
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    Do you save a lot going with aftermarket RAM? And, is it easy to upgrade/replace in the new iMacs?
     
  8. Rud3Bwoy thread starter Suspended

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    yes almost a good 200 plus dollars plus u can resale your stock ram for a good 80 bucks

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    and yea upgrading is easy youtube a video
     
  9. iamMacPerson macrumors 68030

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    It is in the 27" model. The 21" model has to be completely torn down and the 1.4GHz model is completely non-upgradable. Its more like a MacBook Air with a bigger display then an iMac.

    Congrats OP on your purchase! Those iMacs are power houses!
     
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    thanks,never would use a 7200 rpm drive unless it's a slave drive
     

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