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iMac G3 RAM???

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I am new here, I just got a iMac G3 but want to upgrade the RAM on it, is anyone wable to tell me what type of RAM i need to look for? I was thinking about getting 512mb but not sure what type i need to get.

Also is anyone able to give me recomendations to places in the UK that sell cheap RAM? (in s)

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You can look up the info for your specific model here: Some of the older models max out at 256, others at 512; the later models at 1 MB.
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