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iMac - Old core duo iMac 17" which hd for upgrade


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Just got away from Windows at last.
I got myself a case damaged 17" Imac with 1.83 core duo cpu. for 300 from ebay
was able to repair it but the hard drive is only 150gb
I know its sata but is there any hardware or os limits as to the size of the harddrive i can install.

My Emac 700mhz has a 160gb in it lol....
I am running lastest OS which came with it 10.5.3 i do have restore cd so thats not a problem.
looking for at least a 500gb as I will be getting more it video editing hopefully soon

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there are no limits to the size of the hard drive
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Thanks for that. at least the cost of hard drives are still low.
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