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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by joshwest, Aug 29, 2005.
I was about to do a upgrade on my Ram but i was curious if it came with a single 512 or two 256's?
I believe its 1x512 MB.
Could be wrong though.
Yeah, its 1 DIMM.
Ummm.. If you have the machine in front of you go to Apple System Profiler (in your Applications: Utilities folder, or under "More information" when you choose About this Macintosh from the Apple menu) The Memory section will tell you what you have in each socket.
If it is a new Mac you are looking at, then go to the Apple Store online and Configure the model you want, look at the memory to see how the stock configuration is set up.
Most Macs have a single 512, but Powerbook G4 12" have 256 built in and a 256 SODIMM in the single socket.
iBook 1,42 has 512 on board + 1 empty slot... so you can add 256/512/1024 to it
older iBooks had 128 or 256 on board + 1 slot for expansion (according to apple 512 in the 128 type 1024 in the 256 one...)
the iMac has 2 slots... standard its filled with 1x512 (at least the ones they sell now...) to be sure: open it and look ;-)
Mac mini... 1 slot... but thats a know fact
The iMac and iBook in your sigs should have 1 free slot each.
Thanks guys, was curious about the ram, going to throw a gig in each so ill have a gig and half in each machine, going to be using ibook for live garage band recording so i think that will help out a ton