Thread: Want to upgrade Ram
05-15-2008, 09:50 AM #1
Want to upgrade Ram
- Member Since
- May 14, 2008
I have just risked the glare factor and bought a 2.4ghz imac from the apple website.
I got it with 1gb of ram and would like to purchase as much ram as possible and fit it.
I have a few questions...
Firstly what is the max, 2x2gb?
Which is the absolute safest and best ram to use and where can I get it (uk)?
Will this void my free warrenty?
05-15-2008, 02:44 PM #2
- Member Since
- Mar 24, 2008
- 2G Mac Pro, 6Gb RAM, Lotsa HD space, 24" Samsung LCD
Yes, maximum RAM that can be fitted is 2 x 2Gb and fitting it won't invalidate your warranty (obviously, provided you fit RAM of the recommended type - e.g. 800MHz SO-DIMMs).
There's a wide choice of online retailers selling RAM for the Mac. A lot of people recommend Crucial. While they may not be the cheapest, they are certainly cheaper than Apple (ok, who isn't!), they seem to give good service and a guarantee that they actually stand by.
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