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Discussion in 'iMac' started by jkerr45, Mar 3, 2009.
I have a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac with 4GB of RAM installed. Is that the max I can put in it?
i beleive 4gb is your max... the new ones that came out today can take up to 8gb
will apple release a firmware update that will allow 8gb in the older ones or is it a hardware thing?
Same situation! Please let us know!
You can unofficially go upto 6gb (1 x 4gb stick and 1 x 2gb stick).
4Gb is the max for that model.
If it's a Santa Rosa iMac, it'll take 6 gb of RAM. What is it's model number?
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I have the 08 update (June ?), 2.8GHz (Penryn?) iMac with default 2GB Ram. What's the maximum I can put in it and the OS will see?
Should take 6 gb (4+2).
October 2008 imac
I bought a 24" aluminum imac 3.06 Ghz with Intel Core 2 duo, with the standard 2GB of memory (DDR2 SDRAM 800Mhz), can it take the new 8GB of memory?
The new imac has DDR3 SDRAM 1066 Mhz I assume this is not compatible.
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How can one tell if you have an iMac that will accept more than 4GB of memory?
I purchased the 2.8GHz model back in January and upped it to 4GB... but if I could put 6 or 8Gb in it that would be great for the virtual machines that I run sometimes.
Similar question. Would I be able to buy a 4gb stick and use it with one of the 1gb sticks that it ships with to have a total of 5gb (4+1)
Same question here.. Got a clearance 24" 2.8GHz last week and would love to go to 6gig