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iMac - Is iMac 24inch Video Upgradable?


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Now that the new iMacs come with the new NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS video chip is there any way I can upgrade my iMac 24inch 2.8 Ghz Extreme Edition. All i can find is for the old iMac 24 inch nothing for the current Aluminum models.
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Now that the new iMacs come with the new NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS video chip is there any way I can upgrade my iMac 24inch 2.8 Ghz Extreme Edition. All i can find is for the old iMac 24 inch nothing for the current Aluminum models.
If you're referring to upgrading the video in your iMac, it can't be done as the video chipset array is soldered onto the multi-layer MB. You can of course upgrade memory and hard drive. Only the Mac Pro (currently as far as I know) can be upgraded with a new video card.

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