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Hi everyone!

I want to pump up the RAM on my eMac.

The present configuration is this:

eMac version 3.3
1.0 Ghz
128MB RAM

I understand that I need to up the RAM to 1GB...

Which RAM sticks should I buy and in which configuration should i
place them in the slots?

Thanks a lot,

Ken
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Your eMac has two ram slots...and can be upgraded to a max. of 1 gig. So you want to purchase 2 x 512meg sticks of ram.

These two places are great for ram purchases:

- OWC
- Crucial

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I'm going to double-down on the reference to OWC. Bought 2gbs from them and they arrived in two days. Installed on the emac in about 5 minutes, through the access door on the bottom.

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