IMAC Quad core i7 2.8ghz -- I have it -- NOW

iguess25

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Apr 20, 2007
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They come w/ the 2.93 is it big differ between the 2.8 and 2.93 quad core?
if i would have wait it..
 

TMRaven

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Nov 5, 2009
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5-10% cpu upgrade.
5-10% gpu upgrade.
5-10% faster ram.
option for SSD.


you didn't miss out on anything. I'd only think about returning/exchanging if you're still within 14day no-restocking fee window or your current iMac has problems (yellow screen etc)
 

maf2k8

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Jul 14, 2009
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I thought the same thing when i seen the refresh the other day. I have the 2.8 i7 27" iMac...

I dont game, so the upgraded GPU is pointless to me, so that leaves me with the .5ghz speed upgrade ( did i calculate that right? ) and the SSD option..

The SSD option is KILLING ME! I would so love to have a SSD along side a 1TB HD for storage.

I must have been lucky when i got my iMac, got it from a local apple store. No sound issues, no yellow tints, not 1 single issue ( knock on wood ) so my guess it I SHOULDNT upgrade...

Though i was thinking dual i7 iMac running side by side.......HMMMMMM that would be so awesome! and soooo $$$$$, its 3,000.00 for the fully loaded i7 iMac.....
 

iguess25

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Original poster
Apr 20, 2007
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14-Day restocking fee, is that from the time of delivery?ship date? or time you order online?

I have no sound issues or yellow tint.. How could you tell if you have yellow tint or sound issues?

5-10% cpu upgrade.
5-10% gpu upgrade.
5-10% faster ram.
option for SSD.


you didn't miss out on anything. I'd only think about returning/exchanging if you're still within 14day no-restocking fee window or your current iMac has problems (yellow screen etc)
 

hcuar

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Jul 23, 2004
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It's from the shipping date. I just got a "good will" refund of 1/2 the difference on the refurb since I was 1 day off the 14 days for price protection.
 

dexthageek

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Dec 7, 2007
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The SSD option is KILLING ME! I would so love to have a SSD along side a 1TB HD for storage.
I have had my refurb i7 for almost a month and it is flawless. However, the SSD option in the 2010 model is AWESOME, but not at a $600 premium. :mad:
 
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