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I have a 20" iMac with the Intel Core 2 Duo and ATI Radeon 2400 HD XT. I'm realize now, I should have bought the iMac with the ATI 2600 PRO. Is there anyway I could upgrade my 20" iMac to a ATI 2600 PRO?

Maybe go to an Apple store and they can upgrade it for me?
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Is there anyway I could upgrade my 20" iMac to a ATI 2600 PRO?

Maybe go to an Apple store and they can upgrade it for me?
No.

You can purchase the other model if you like, though.

If you would like to do that, I would suggest selling your older machine first.

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I have a 20" iMac with the Intel Core 2 Duo and ATI Radeon 2400 HD XT. I'm realize now, I should have bought the iMac with the ATI 2600 PRO. Is there anyway I could upgrade my 20" iMac to a ATI 2600 PRO?
Research...research...research!

Sorry to hear about this. If you find that you REALLY need the ATI 2600 PRO graphics...as someone has already suggested, sell your old machine, then get what you need.

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