I may be getting a new iMac soon and I was just wondering how much Memory should I get for it that will be good for the life of this computer, to handle things.
robbie12345 said:just remember 12gb and 24gb get rid of the dual channel memory aspect and make th ram run at 1000mhz or something like that
just remember 12gb and 24gb get rid of the dual channel memory aspect and make th ram run at 1000mhz or something like that
I too am getting a new iMac like the OP. Im getting additional ram as well, my question is, should i turn the imac on and set it up or can i install the ram right out the box with out turning it on first? thanks guys
The problem is that you spend an extra $200 for that upgrade from Apple.i bought apples madly expensive ram, so i didn't end up with 2 2gig dims that i didn't want. Whereas if you buy an imac with 8gig apple give you 2 4 gig dims, so when upgrading to 16g no dims are wasted.