gb ram modules are cheap enough as it is, and with 8gb I've had a couple of instances where I was maxing it out relatively easy. If you were considering 8gb, 12gb would be the way to go. Make sure to place the 4gb sticks in slots closest to front" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - Imac Ram Upgrade
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4gb ram modules are cheap enough as it is, and with 8gb I've had a couple of instances where I was maxing it out relatively easy. If you were considering 8gb, 12gb would be the way to go. Make sure to place the 4gb sticks in slots closest to front and 2gb sticks closest to back (or the other way around) as long as both sides have matching amounts of memory, for all of them to remain in dual channel bandwidth.
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